NEW CITY, N.Y. -- The Rockland County Task Force on Water Resources Management has canceled Monday night's meeting and rescheduled it for Monday, Feb. 1, from 5:30 - 7:20 p.m. in Room 301 at Clarkstown Town Hall, 10 Maple Ave. in New City.
During the meeting, engineering students from the Stevens Institute of Technology will deliver their first presentation on the progress of the Green Infrastructure Project that began in the fall.
The students are in a section of New jersey that is still digging out from the blizzard, forcing a change of date for their presentation.
In the spring semester, the students' work will culminate in a site-specific conceptual plan for the use of green infrastructure measures (such as rain gardens) to enhance groundwater recharge, which can protect Rockland County's supply of drinking water.
There will also be a discussion of Task Force work in shaping the United Water/Suez conservation proposal, which is expected to be filed by the company at the end of February in a new rate case before the New York state Public Service Commission.
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