The RCC, is a seven-member volunteer group appointed by the Town Council to address environmental conservation issues in our town. The current members are:
James Turek, Chair
Dinalyn Spears, Clerk
Lesley J. Bietz
Mary C. Doo
David G. Johnson
Joseph P. McCue, Treasurer
Nichole C. Phelps
The commission typically meets on the first Wednesday of every month.
The Richmond Conservation Commission (RCC) holds monthly meetings to discuss various environmental conservation issues relating to Richmond. The meetings may involve review of design or master plans for proposed land developments in Richmond which allow comments to be submitted to the Richmond town planner, the Planning Board, and /or the State Department of Environmental Management. These efforts help to address critical issues potentially affecting important land and water resources, and help determine whether or how a development should be approved for construction.
Help Make Richmond a Greener Place
The Conservation Commission appreciates your interest and involvement in helping to conserve, protect, or restore our open spaces and landscapes providing a high quality of life in Richmond. Learn more about getting involved.