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Sustainability Oversight Committee
The Sustainability Oversight Committee (SOC) was established by the Town Board on recommendation of the Green Brighton Task Force for the review of progress toward a sustainable community, and to foster a unified action on energy conservation, climate change and other issues of sustainability.
Please follow the link below for additional information.
Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) - Monroe Community Power100% renewable electricity at lower cost. Learn more here
Color Brighton Green
ColorBrightonGreen.org is a non-profit organization focused on education and action to reduce our impact on the global climate and to build community through common purpose. The organization began as a committee of the Green Brighton Task Force, which was established by Supervisor Sandra Frankel in May 2007 to address the town's climate impact. After the Task Force submitted its recommendations to the Town Board in September 2008, ColorBrightonGreen.org became independent of the town government. It has affiliated with Center for Environmental Information (CEI) as its non-profit fiscal agent.
Please check the link below for additional information.
The EmPower NY Energy Program
Learn how the Empower NY Energy Program can help save money on your home energy costs.
- Program information flyer here
- What residents can expect from the program information here
- Frequently Asked Questions about the program here
Green Brighton Presentation for New York State Association of Towns 2010
There are two versions of the presentation available for viewing or download.
- The PowerPoint version is a large (22.5MB) file with animation and transitions. It may be too large for some servers to download.
- The Adobe PDF version is a smaller file (5.44MB) and may be a better choice for downloads.
Buckland Creek Project
The Town of Brighton is partnering with the Water Education Collaborative on the "Buckland Creek Restoration Project". This grant funded demonstration project will provide assistance to homeowners with installing rain barrels, rain gardens, and streamside plantings on their property to reduce stormwater pollution and protect the Creek. For details, see the Project Brochure and Community Participation Information Summary. Homeowners who live directly along Buckland Creek have a special opportunity to help restore this community resource and are especially encouraged to participate. Paul Sawyko, the project manager at the Collaborative, may be contacted at 753-5441.
The Project Brochure is located here </DocumentCenter/View/3828> , the Buckland Creek watershed is located here, and the Community Participation Information Summary is located here. To determine if you're eligible to receive this grant, see if your address is in within the watershed here </DocumentCenter/View/3623> .
Now "HEAR" This.....
Hearing aid batteries can contain mercury, silver, cadmium, lithium or other heavy metals.
Nationally, 1.7 million are sold each year and the batteries are depleted every seven to ten days so one person using two hearing aids could go through 100 batteries per year.
Rochester Hearing & Speech Center now collects them from 9AM to 5PM at three locations:
- 1000 Elmwood Avenue, Suite 400, Rochester
- 3199 Ridge Road West, Greece
- 1170 Ridge Road, Webster