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Local activists to attend DEC conferences on solid waste

Up to 11 local environmental activists plan to attend three of the 14 state Department of Environmental Conservation meetings on crafting an update to the DEC’s 2010 “Beyond Waste” statewide solid waste management plan.

The first meeting is in the Liverpool Public Library community room near Syracuse from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday. Those planning to attend are Barbara Reese, Anne Hoyt and possibly Michael Amadori.

Signing up to attend the meeting at Monroe Community College’s Warshoft Conference Center in Rochester, scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m. Feb. 25, are Douglas Knipple, Mark Venuti, Allison Stokes and Jean Cirone.

And those planning to attend the 1 to 4 p.m. Feb. 26 meeting in the Radisson Hotel in Corning are Geneva City Council member Ken Camera, Richard Cox, Ed Lavin and possibly Susanne McNally.

In addition to simply attending, some of those people may also register to be a participant in the conferences they attend.

The first conference was Feb. 14 in Albany and the last will be March 27 in Schenectady.

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