Sustainability Oversight Committee
The Sustainability Oversight Committee (SOC) has been established to review the Town of Brighton’s progress toward a sustainable community, as well as to review and recommend unified action on energy conservation, waste reduction, and other issues of sustainability.
The principal responsibility of the SOC is to advise the Town Board and/or Planning Board on public and private matters that involve sustainability issues such as energy and water conservation, recycling and waste reduction, building codes, business practices, green purchasing
- Work in conjunction with Town staff or consultants in the development and periodic update of a blueprint for sustainability goals;
- Maintain an updated list of green operation and policy change recommendations;
- Review the capital improvement plan and submit comments to the Supervisor and Town Board;
- Prepare and submit an annual report for the Town Board on its activities.
The SOC Committee is comprised of seven (7) members who are appointed by the Town Board, to serve two-year terms. The SOC Committee advises the Town Board and/or Planning Board, Zoning Board on matters affecting the energy conservation efforts and climate change mitigation measures, both public and private, in the regulation, development, use
A minimum of four meetings will be held per year at the Town Hall.
Please contact Michael Guyon at 784-5225 for a meeting schedule.
Finger Lakes Sustainability
The Finger Lakes Region is partnering with public and private experts across a wide range of fields, along with community residents, to lead the development of a regional sustainability plan and to implement projects that will significantly improve the economic and environmental health of our area. This effort will guide integrated, sustainable solutions - from statewide investments to regional decision-making on land use, housing, transportation, infrastructure, energy, and environmental practices - to improve our quality of life.
The Finger Lakes Regional Sustainability Plan is being developed and will be presented to the Rochester public at an open forum on February 28th from 5-7pm at the Rochester Museum and Science center. Visit Website
The 2020 SOC meeting schedule can be found or Contact Mike Guyon at 784-5225.