WAYS YOU CAN
We don't have to say YES to these types of projects. We have the power to turn our town into a thriving community if we stay informed, stay involved, and attract the right kind of growth. We don't need to be overtaken by industrial facilities that hurt our property values, health, and environment.
We gather on the last Thursday of each month to provide an open forum for residents to voice their concerns and feedback, ask questions and stay informed.
Want to attend? REGISTER HERE
We encourage residents to attend, stay engaged, and work towards achieving our goal of protecting Dover for future generations. If you need translation for the meetings, please let us know by emailing Kyra Armstrong email@example.com.
WRITE TO THE PLANNING BOARD AND TOWN SUPERVISOR RICHARD YENO & CHAIRMAN RYAN COURTIEN
Send them your concerns...
Email your letter to all of the following contacts:
Ryan Courtien, Planning Board Chairman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Yeno, Town Supervisor: email@example.com
Marilyn Van Millon, Secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tamar Roman, Planning Board Member: email@example.com
Val Larobardier, Planning Board Member: firstname.lastname@example.org
Feel free to cc' us at:
ATTEND PLANNING BOARD & TOWN HALL MTGS
Check out the Dover Town Calendar HERE for upcoming meetings
Meetings are open to the public, and all our encouraged to attend.
SPREAD THE WORD
Get the conversation going. Share this site on social channels.
Call or text your friends and neighbors to let them know about the upcoming Public Hearing for NY Transco and the potential additional projects on the way.
Want to print our flyers HERE and post them on your property, around town or share with neighbors?
It's important that we stay in the know about proposed projects for Dover. We urge you to:
Attend or watch Town Hall Meetings and Planning Board Meetings
Visit the Town's Municipal Shared Files for Land Use Projects - there you can read about and follow each project
Do research and question if projects are truly beneficial for the town. If you think they are - that's okay, but collect all the facts and know the pros and cons both short and long term before you make a decision.
NOT A RESIDENT, BUT WANT TO HELP?
We're grateful for your interest & support!
We're looking for volunteers to spread the word. If you're a neighboring town of Dover and you're concerned about how these proposed projects may impact you or your town, let your officials know.
Feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com.