Conservation Board - Town of Hamburg
The Conservation Advisory Board of the Town of Hamburg, New York
“To advise in the development, management, and protection of the town’s natural resources”
Established over 30 years ago (under Article 12-F Section 239 of New York State’s General Municipal Law), the Hamburg Conservation Advisory Board (CAB) has been composed of Hamburg town residents who have volunteered their time, passion for our town, and expertise to lend a scientific and environmentally conscious assessment of land use and preservation in an effort to inform town board decision-making.
The CAB’s role has been to review development proposals, walk proposed sites, research possible impacts of development, note potential non-compliance with comprehensive development plans, and advise the town and town boards of the results, suggesting alternatives to what was proposed.
An equally important role is that of being a source of timely, scientific information for the residents of Hamburg. Nothing is more valuable than knowing what is going on in your community.
Awareness… Involvement… Stewardship…
Meeting Schedule and Location (Open to the Public)
We meet on the Last Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM, sharp.
Hamburg Town Hall, Conference Room 1
Mail: Conservation Advisory Board, Hamburg Town Hall
6100 South Park Avenue, Hamburg, New York 14075
Members of the Conservation Advisory Board:
- Mark Lorquet, Chair – 2022
- Gardy Low, Vice Chair – 2022
- Sandy Carnevale – 2022
- Amy Blundell – 2024
- Thomas Ohnmeiss – 2022
- Leona Rockwood – 2022
- Kim Preshoff – 2024
- Town Board Liaison: Shawn Connolly