The Cuyahoga River AOC Advisory Committee meets quarterly and meetings are open to the public.
UPCOMING MEETING DATES
APRIL 20, 2020 - 9am
JULY 20, 2020 - 9am
Pond Brook field trip
OCTOBER 19, 2020
Download the powerpoint outlining the new AOC organizing framework.
To receive notices of meetings,
or more information, contact Jane at 216.241.2414 x610 or email email@example.com
The 2020 AOC Advisory Committee
The work of delisting the Cuyahoga River Area of Concern is directed by a committee of stakeholders representing community groups, businesses, government agencies and other organizations working for clean water, watershed stewardship and restoration.
The Committee's role is to develop strategic priorities for removing Beneficial Use Impairments and delisting the AOC, and to advise Ohio EPA on measures to implement such strategies.
Cuyahoga River Restoration (formerly Cuyahoga River Community Planning) is the nonprofit facilitating organization that staffs the Advisory Committee.
Jennifer Grieser, Chair
William Hughes, Vice Chair
West Creek Conservancy
Cuyahoga County Board of Health
Tinker's Creek Watershed Partners
Pat Gsellman, P.E.
City of Akron Engineering
City of Cleveland
Ohio Sea Grant
Whitnye Long Jones
Summit Metro Parks
City of Cuyahoga Falls
Cuyahoga County Planning Commission
Judith Auer Shaw
Cleveland Water Alliance
Jo Ann Banda
US Fish & Wildlife Service
US Army Corps Of Engineers
National Park Service / Cuyahoga Valley National Park
ODNR Division of Wildlife
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Cuyahoga River Restoration
formerly Cuyahoga River Community Planning
is the local 501c3 facilitating organization that raises funds, manages programs and projects, including this website, and coordinates, staffs, and assists the Advisory Committee.
1299 Superior Ave. E • Cleveland, OH 44114
216-241-2414 • firstname.lastname@example.org