Whippany River Watershed Action Committee

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Executive Committee Meetings
The WRWAC hosts monthly meetings at the Morris County Library, Large Conference Room, 30 East Hanover Avenue, Whippany, at 5:45 p.m. Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month, except for January, July and August. These meetings are open to the public and feature an invited speaker. Parking is available at the library, pizza is served, and the public is highly encouraged to attend! 
Next Action Committee Meetings:

March 7, 2018
    Featured Speaker: Caryn Maxim, Volunteer Organizer, Commission on Voluntary Service & Action
    Topic: "Taking Ownership of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals"

April 4, 2018
    Featured Speaker: Amy Curry, Executive Director, Morris County Historical Society
    Topic: "Environmental Preservation"

May 2, 2018
Monthly Committee Meetings
Executive Committee meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:00 PM at the Hanover Township Municipal Building. The Executive Committee is responsible for the operations and fiscal health of the Action Committee.
Next Executive Committee Meetings: 

February 21, 2018
March 21, 2018
April 18, 2018
Outreach Subcommittee
Program Subcommittee
Outreach and Education Committee Meetings are held four times a year and held at the Morris County Library on a weekday evening. Responsible for the on-going education of the members and programs to broaden awareness, understanding and action in our communities to improve and protect our watershed. The committee hosts a Speakers Bureau to provide speakers and the presentation, "Here's the Whippany River" for schools, scout troops and civic groups throughout the watershed.

Next meeting: TBA
Program Committee Meetings are held four times a year and held at the Hanover Township Municipal Building on a weekday morning. Responsible for development of scientific data and research related to the health of the Whippany, on-going assessment and development of restoration and management plans and projects to improve the quality of our watershed. 

Next meeting: TBA
Hon. John F. McKeon, Assemblyman, District 27, visited November 6th meeting to discuss watershed issues facing the state. Pictured are: top row - Len Cipkins, Paula Cozzarelli, Assemblyman McKeon, Ted Largman, Councilwoman Carmela Vitale, Douglas Vorolieff and Art Catalusci. Seated: Amy DiBartolo, Sal Iannaccone, Art Vespignani, Brian Marshall and Jim Baranski.
photo by Mary O'Keefe
Membership Subcommittee
The Membership Committee meets four times a year at the Morris County Library. Responsible for ensuring member municipalities and their representatives as well as advisors, WRWMG members, partners and volunteers are informed, engaged and motivated; leads efforts to increase activity, recognition and long term participation of all involved. 

​Next meeting: TBA
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Truckload of garbage hauled from Whippany River Morristown Clean Up
Spring 2014