Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Two Forums: Broadwater and the Health of the Sound

There are a couple of meetings/discussions coming up in Stamford that might be interesting. Tomorrow evening (7 p.m., June 8), Joel Rinebold, a Broadwater consultant, will join Ezra Hausman of Synapse Energy Economics, the company that, on Connecticut Fund for the Environment’s dime, said Broadwater in unnecessary, will discuss the LNG proposal in Stamford.

The talk is called “Long Island Sound, Energy and the Environment How can we best meet the energy needs of the region? What are our choices?” It’s at UConn’s Stamford campus. Admission is free to the general public. Contact H. Starks at SoundWaters if you plan to attend. Telephone 203-406-3314 or email

On June 14, Mark Tedesco, the head of EPA’s Long Island Sound office, will talk about the health of the Sound, at a noon lunchtime talk at Soundwaters. Here’s how the announcement summarizes the presentation: “Thirty-four years after the Clean Water Act and twenty years of the Long Island Sound Study: What do we know about the status and trends in the health of Long Island Sound and its watershed?”

The $10 cost includes lunch. Reservations requested: 203-406-3319 or


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