A full printed copy of Troy’s new Natural Resources Inventory, Phase I, with accessory maps, is now available for public inspection at the Gay-Kimball Library. Completion of this comprehensive and informative document establishes the groundwork in meeting the Conservation Commission’s state mandate to index Troy’s geographical and ecological resources.
From the Issue:July/August 2010
This serves as the basis for Phase 2 of the NRI, as approved at our Town Meeting, which will generate the fine-scale ground assessment necessary to validate specific areas of concern, such as future siting criteria for zoning practices, with computer-based maps, identifying strengths and challenges to Troy’s future growth.
On May 15, we hit the Daily Double! First, a well-deserved tip of the hat goes out to Marty Decatur and the Fire Department, for helping make the Conservation Commission-sponsored Annual Fishing Derby a huge success, with divine provision of beautiful weather.
We also experienced a successful Troy Cleanup Day, kicking off a continuing process, as trash pick-up will be ongoing throughout the summer and fall. Just call Lynn Estep-Goodridge at 242-7776 for blue bags. Remember: full bags can be left on the side of the road for pick-up by road crews. If any bags don’t get picked up, either let Jim Dicey know, or bring them in to the Transfer Station. Help make Troy a better, cleaner town for all of us!
Conservation Commission meetings are held monthly at the Troy Library at 6 PM. They are free and open to the public