Date: Wednesday, November 8th, 2017
Time: 7:15 p.m.
Location: Potomac Community Center
If schools are closed because of inclement weather, the meeting will be cancelled.
Speaker: Diane Cameron – The Danger of Expanding Sewer Pipes into Low Density Zones
Topic: With degrees in both geology and environmental engineering, Diane is former Conservation Director for the Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS) and founder of the Stormwater Partners Network comprised of 23 organizations dedicated to promoting clean water in our region. She specializes in urban watershed protection and restoration using green infrastructure techniques and serves as a consultant to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). Diane has guided watershed policy for Conservation Montgomery as a founding board member and currently works as a private consultant.
As always, the public is encouraged to attend our meetings.
When farmers bartered for supplies at Perry Store in Offutt’s Crossroad in 1880, Potomac was an agricultural community where transportation relied on the C&O Canal and horse-drawn wagons on dirt roads. Today, we see something far different.
Yet much remains constant. Great Falls, the Potomac River, and the Canal still draw us. Forested stream valleys, rural roads, and Potomac Village still define our community. The look and feel of Potomac today is no accident. Much of what we hold dear is due to the vigilance of volunteers working to preserve what is best here – a community that values our history, the environment, and our role as “Green Wedge” in the overall vision of county planners.
We invite you to become one of the team to insure the continued beauty of this area. If you are interested in preserving the beauty of Potomac, please become a member.