The Town of Greenwich Department of Public Works and the New York District of The Army Corps of Engineers will be having a Public Information Meeting Wednesday, January 23, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. for the Byram River Basin Connecticut and New York Flood Risk Management Feasibility Study.
Residents, business owners and other interested individuals are encouraged to attend the meeting to learn about and discuss the proposed project.
Chief Engineer for the Town of Greenwich James Michel told It’s Relevant that the “public is encouraged to attend the meeting because they are looking for feedback from the public about the proposed project.”
Michel also said “The public can expect to hear about the different alternatives that are going to be studied and talk about what the next steps are with the proposed project.”
The meeting will be held at The Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center Community Room (Lower Level) 449 Pemberwick Road Greenwich, CT 06831. The snow date for the meeting is Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 7:00 P.M. The Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center Community Room
Get up to speed with an It's Relevant Video from October of 2012 when the process began:
For more information about the Bryam River Feasibility Study, visit the town of Greenwich’s Public Works page at http://www.greenwichct.org/government/departments/Public_Works/