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Climate Change: How Can We Make a Difference in Lexington? Thriving in the Face of Challenging Weather
Where are you in the climate change conversation? Come join the Lexington League of Women Voters at our second annual Community Conversation, where we will explore Lexington’s readiness to adapt to the challenges of a changing climate. Join neighbors, town staff and local business owners to learn how other towns are preparing for potential problems and share your thoughts about this issue. Deborah Brown, the Lexington Town Moderator, will be the facilitator for the evening. The goal of the evening discussions is to produce a realistic set of next steps to help the town better prepare for climate change. This could include, among other things, town-wide education programs and activities, a capital project, proposed zoning and/or by-law changes.
The planning committee for this second annual Community Conversation includes members of the following Lexington groups: the League of Women Voters; the Global Warming Action Committee; Citizens for Lexington Conservation; Sustainable Lexington; LexFarm; the Planning Board, and the Town Manager’s office.
Tuesday, February 26, Keilty Hall, St. Brigid’s Church, 2001 Massachusetts Avenue. All are welcome. Start time 6:45pm.