Environmental Advisory Council

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The EAC is an advisory council that focuses on environmental issues that directly and indirectly affect the Township and its residents. Among the EAC’s monthly tasks are the review of current development plans and discussion of other current or anticipated issues. These issues include waste collection, recycling (batteries, leaves, cardboard, medicine),Tree City USA (since 1998), Arbor day, World Wide day of Play and the Audubon Society’s Bird Town program. For the past several years, the EAC has been airing the EAC hour every day at 6 am and 6 pm on the government access cable channel.

The EAC meets on the Second Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm in the Doylestown Township Administrative Building.

The EAC consists of seven township residents. Each member serves as a volunteer on the Council for a term of 3 years. Current EAC members:

  • Jeannine Mitchell, Chairman
  • Anne Woodbury, Vice Chairman
  • Marty Brooks
  • Tanya Casas
  • Jim Baldassarre
  • Heidi Shiver
  • Vacant
Information and Frequently Asked Questions 

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Township’s EAC

  • Agendas
  • Minutes
  • Presentations

Publications

  • Let’s Limit Lyme Ticks
  • Native Plant Brochure
  • Recycling Brochure

Information

  • Ready for 100
  • Spotted Laternfly
  • Stormwater Management

EAC Basics

  • What is an EAC?
  • EAC Handbook
  • Roles & Responbilities
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