To the Editor:
I want to take the opportunity to thank our Project Advisory Board Members again for your participation in the meeting for the Thousand Island Regional Assessment Project (TIRAP) held March 28 at the Clayton Antique Boat Museum.
We believe this meeting was a huge success and it was inspiring to see so many members of the Thousand Islands communities brainstorming in the same room and learning more about the detailed process to become a Scenic Area of Statewide Significance (SASS).
As an invited participant, we are pleased that you have agreed to be a member of our Project Advisory Board.
If you were in attendance, you received a packet of information. If you were not in attendance, and wish to receive materials, please contact me and the handouts will be forwarded to you.
The next several months will involve data collection and the documentation of our vast scenic resources; but the River will need to thaw first!
Our lead consultant, Harry Dodson, will need our assistance in this task. To help with this process, we will be looking to assign a member to act as a project liaison for communicating and coordinating volunteer assistance over the course of the next several months. His/her contact information will be forthcoming.
If you have further input or have any questions, please contact me. I thank you for your commitment and support and I look forward to working with you on this exciting endeavor.
Ron Bertram, Supervisor
Town of Hammond