POSTPONED: Preparing New York’s Water Supply for the 21st Century. Annual Meeting of the Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct
Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct 2020 Annual Meeting postponed until further notice
The Board of Directors of the Friends has decided that, under the circumstances, our best course is to cancel the Friends' annual meeting, scheduled for March 22nd. Our present intention is to reschedule the meeting when the outbreak of COVID 19 is under control according to public health authorities.
We will keep you informed via email, our website and various local publications, websites, and social media. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (914) 693-0529 if you have any questions.
ADAM BOSCH, director of public affairs for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, will share photos and information on DEPʼs large construction projects to upgrade the dams and aqueducts that provide water to 9.6 million New Yorkers, including half of Westchester County. He will report on the current Delaware Aqueduct Bypass Tunnel, the largest repair in the 178-year history of the cityʼs water supply system, and discuss research on several topics, notably the potential effects of climate change on the future water supply.
Adam Bosch has won five Associated Press awards for investigative reporting, breaking news coverage and public service. He also teaches journalism at SUNY New Paltz .
- The talk will be preceded by a brief business meeting
- Free and open to the public
- Light refreshments