Environment and Energy Efficiency Committee

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The Watertown Environment and Energy Efficiency Committee - WE3C

was established by vote of the Honorable Watertown Town Council.

Description

The committee is responsible for:

  • Research energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in Watertown
  • Advise and assist municipal officials and employees in ensuring compliance with relevant national, regional, and state laws, regulations, and programs that aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
  • Review and make recommendations about policies, procedures, activities, and facilities of departments, boards, or agencies of the Town as they relate to energy conservation and emissions reduction
  • Provide information, referrals, guidance, and technical assistance to individuals, public agencies, businesses, and organizations in matters relating to energy conservation and emissions reduction
  • Coordinate activities of other local groups organized for similar purposes

Meetings

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Members

Current Members of the Committee (PDF)
Nine Members, Three-year Term

Agenda

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Minutes

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