Newton Citizens Climate Action Plan (from Annual Meeting)

In May, the Newton Citizens Commission on Energy, led by Dr. Halina Brown, published the Newton Citizens Climate Action Plan, a realistic plan to reduce greenhouse gases in Newton to zero by 2050.  Dr. Brown presented an overview of the plan at the League’s Annual Meeting on May 30, 2019.  Many thanks to the all members of the Newton Citizens Commission on Energy, and we hope to have a fuller discussion of the plan in the fall.

Click here to see Dr. Brown’s presentation:  NCCE Presentation–Annual Meeting

Click on the link or the image below to see the entire Newton Citizens Climate Action Plan:  http://www.newtonma.gov/civicax/filebank/documents/96838

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LWVN welcomes the new 2019-2020 Board!

Welcome to LWVN’s new Board for the upcoming year, approved by the membership at the 2019 Annual Meeting:

  • President: Marcia Johnson
  • Vice President: Ellen Grody
  • Treasurer: Andrea Kozinetz
  • Clerk: Theresa Fitzpatrick
  • Board Members:
    • Jen Abbott
    • Bonnie Carter
    • Alice Donisi-Feehan
    • Frieda Dweck
    • Sue Flicop
    • Lois Levin
    • Karen Manning
    • Lisa Mirabile
    • Linda Morrison
    • Sharyn Roberts

LWVN Annual Meeting this Thursday, May 30th at 6pm

Please join us!

Please join LWVN members at the LWVN Annual Meeting on May 30th at The Social in Newton Corner, starting at 6 pm with some social time and the Jane Leighton Award presentation at 6:30 pm.

Dr. Halina Brown, Chair of Newton Citizens Commission on Energy, will speak at 6:45 pm about the Newton Citizens Climate Action Plan, followed by dinner and annual meeting business, including voting in next year’s Board.

Click this link to download the Annual Meeting Workbook 2019 and print out a copy to use at the meeting.

Tickets will be $25 per person (with a cash bar). RSVP online TODAY by clicking the button below:

RSVP for 2019 Annual Meeting

The Social Restaurant, where the former Applebee’s was, is accessible and has parking available.  Dinner choices are:  hamburger with optional cheese and bacon, baked macaroni and cheese, and mixed green salad with chicken.

RSVP today for LWVN Annual Meeting on May 30th at 6pm

Please join us!

Please join LWVN members at the LWVN Annual Meeting on May 30th at The Social in Newton Corner, starting at 6 pm with some social time and the Jane Leighton Award presentation at 6:30 pm.

Dr. Halina Brown, Chair of Newton Citizens Commission on Energy, will speak at 6:45 pm about the Newton Citizens Climate Action Plan, followed by dinner and annual meeting business, including voting in next year’s Board.

Click this link to download the Annual Meeting Workbook 2019 and print out a copy to use at the meeting.

Tickets will be $25 per person (with a cash bar). RSVP online TODAY by clicking the button below:

RSVP for 2019 Annual Meeting

The Social Restaurant, where the former Applebee’s was, is accessible and has parking available.  Dinner choices are:  hamburger with optional cheese and bacon, baked macaroni and cheese, and mixed green salad with chicken.

RSVP today for LWVN Annual Meeting on May 30th at 6pm

Please join us!

Please join LWVN members at the LWVN Annual Meeting on May 30th at The Social in Newton Corner, starting at 6 pm with some social time.

Dr. Halina Brown, Chair of Newton Citizens Commission on Energy, will speak at 6:45 pm, followed by dinner and annual meeting business, including voting in next year’s Board.

Tickets will be $25 per person (with a cash bar). RSVP online TODAY by clicking the button below:

RSVP for 2019 Annual Meeting

The Social Restaurant, where the former Applebee’s was, is accessible and has parking available.

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