Schenectady County Environmental Advisory Council
The Schenectady County
Environmental Advisory Council
SCEAC is made up of volunteers who share a strong commitment to preserving and enhancing the County’s rich environmental resources. The Council consists of 12 at-large members nominated by the Schenectady County Manager and appointed by the Schenectady County Legislature, plus members representing local environmental conservation commissions and six exofficio members. Powers and Charges of the CouncilCouncil Members and Staff - Biographical Sketches
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In addition to the other programs of the Department of Economic Development and Planning, listed on the left of this page, the County's environmental programs also include Departments, offices and programs listed below:
In addition to Schenectady County Offices, The County funds and/or works closely with many of the programs of the following quazi-governmental agency and not-for-profit institutions. (Warning: clicking on these links will take you off of the Schenectady County website.
Other not-for-profit organizations that do environmental work in Schenectady County include:
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