1. Call Meeting to order 2.Call for additional agenda items 3.Quick update on applications for 856 Boston Post Road relative to Inland Wetlands Agency and Planning and Zoning Commission. 4.Discuss documents on Madison’s recertification review and Accessible Actions from the Sustainable CT staff and plan for recertification activities related to conservation a.Inclusive and Equitable Community Impacts b.Thriving Local Economies: brownfield redevelopment, sustainable purchasing, inventory and promote local retail c.Well-Stewarded Land and Natural Resources: provide watershed education, create watershed management plan, engage in watershed protection and restoration, develop open space plan, create a natural resource and wildlife inventory, manage for drought and municipal water use, provide education on water conservation, implement low impact development, manage woodlands and urban forests, facilitate invasive species education and management, implement green grounds and maintenance program, enhance pollinator pathways, promote dark skies d.Vibrant and Creative Cultural Ecosystems e.Dynamic and Resilient Planning: integrate sustainability into POCD, permitting to promote sustainable development, develop agriculture-friendly practices, assess climate vulnerability, inventory and assess historic resources, streamline solar permitting f.Plan for Long-term Recovery g.Clean and Diverse Transportation Systems and Choices: implement Complete Streets, promote effective parking management, encourage smart commuting, support zero emission vehicle deployment, promote public transit and other mobility strategies, manage municipal fleets h.Renewable and Efficient Energy Infrastructure and Operations: Benchmark and track energy use, reduce energy use across all municipal buildings, achieve high energy performance for individual buildings, increase use of renewable energy in municipal buildings, develop a municipal energy plan, install efficient exterior lighting, implement a community energy campaign i.Inclusive Engagement, Communication and Education: hold a sustainability event, provide effective community communications, train municipal representatives, collaborate with other municipalities j.Strategic Materials Management: report materials management data and reduce waste, implement Save Money and Reduce Trash (SMART) program, recycle additional materials and compost organics, develop a food waste prevention campaign or food scraps recovery campaign k.Optimal Health and Wellness Opportunities: encourage healthy and sustainable food networks, conduct health impact assessments, improve air quality in public places, promote community growing spaces l.Healthy, Efficient and Diverse Housing: design and implement affordable housing plan, grow sustainable and affordable housing options, implement sustainable, diverse housing options policy m.Effective, Compassionate Homelessness Prevention n.Innovative Strategies and Practices 5.Adjourn
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