Citizens Advisory Committee–Citizens Café

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39375 Inlet Rd Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
The public is invited to join the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays’ (Center) upcoming Citizens Advisory Committee–Citizens Café to learn about the impacts of climate change on the Inland Bays and their watershed, and some regional mitigation efforts from Christophe Tulou, Center Executive Director. Lisa Locke, Retired Director of Programs at Delaware Interfaith Power & Light (DeIPL), will also be joining the conversation to highlight some community-based efforts to address climate change—from DeIPL’s student essay contest to a new partnership between the Cape Gazette and Cape Henlopen High School that promotes civics education, and more.
 
The Citizens Café will take place on Thursday, October 26 from 6 – 8 PM. There are two options for attending this hybrid meeting—in person at the Center’s office (39375 Inlet Road, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971) or virtually (information below). 

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Meeting ID:  831 7437 9002

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For more information on the upcoming Citizens Café, please contact Caitlin Chaney at cchaney@inlandbays.org or visit inlandbays.org.
The Citizen Advisory Committee’s key role is to bring public concerns related to the protection of the Inland Bays and the watershed to the attention of the Center’s Board of Directors. Quarterly Citizen Café meetings offer the public a chance to engage with the Committee and Center representatives and learn more about the Inland Bays watershed. To submit a comment, observation, or concern about the Bays to the Committee, please use the online form HERE.

Delaware Center for the Inland Bays Office