Flood resiliency plan for Wood-Pawcatuck watershed to be presented
The Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed Association will present findings and preliminary recommendations to municipal staff and the public for a flood resiliency management plan from 10 a.m. to noon on Oct. 13 and 20.
The Oct. 13 meeting will take place at the H.L. Arnold Fire & Safety Complex, 208 Richmond Townhouse Road, Carolina, R.I., and the Oct. 20 meeting will take place at the Westerly Library, 44 Broad St.
The meeting will present a plan to help communities in the watershed become more resilient to the impacts of flooding, while also benefitting water quality, fish and wildlife and habitat.
The watershed includes 14 towns in Rhode Island and Connecticut, including Stonington, North Stonington, Voluntown and Sterling.
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