Join us at a public meeting to learn more about a Town led project to repair the river bank near the County Street Bridge along the Shurcliff Riverwalk using nature based techniques. 1/23/19 at 7:00 pm in Room A at Town Hall. Also to be broadcast on ICAM.
Topics of discussion:
- Impacts from climate change and sea-level rise on critical infrastructure (e.g., water, sewer, power, roads) and other community resources.
- The importance of protecting natural resources to better protect public and private property.
- Plans to restore an area of severely eroded bank of the Ipswich River at the Shurcliff Riverwalk and County Street Bridge using nature-based solutions.
- A brief overview of other town projects protecting critical infrastructure and natural resources, and what you can do to help protect your property.
For additional information contact Alicia Geilen, Ipswich Conservation Agent, phone 978-356-6661 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.pie-rivers.org/ipswichriverbankproject.
Partially funded by the MA Coastal Resiliency Grant program.