Seeking Applications from Interested Community Members to Serve on the Sherbrooke Lake Stewardship Committee
The Sherbrooke Lake Stewardship Committee oversees the implementation of the water quality monitoring program at Sherbrooke Lake.
Applications from residents of the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg and Municipality of the District of Chester are now being accepted to fill volunteer positions on the Committee. Positions are appointed by Council. Deadline is Thursday, February 14, 2019.
Application forms and the Committee’s Terms of Reference can be found on the Municipal website at www.modl.ca or at the Recreation office at 210 Aberdeen Road.
Sherbrooke Lake Stewardship Committee
The purpose of the Sherbrooke Lake Stewardship Committee is to develop a water quality monitory program to establish a baseline to aid in the evidence-based decisions concerning the development of the property. The Committee is comprised of a representative from Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation, a professional with knowledge of techniques of water quality monitoring, two residents and/or land owners in each of MODL and MODC. The Committee’s role is strictly advisory in nature.
Stewardship Committee Meetings
Next Meeting Date & Time:
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Stewardship Committee Documents
- Terms of Reference