Second Water Conservation Meeting Planned for March 21

Second Water Conservation Meeting Planned for March 21
Posted on 03/16/2012

The Village of Orland Park is creating a water conservation code and invites the community to be a part of the process. Working in cooperation with the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, the village is creating a code that will increase conservation practices for indoor and landscape water use in homes, businesses and institutions within Orland Park.

All Orland Park residents, business owners and community leaders are invited to participate.

"Water conservation is an important issue facing communities across the country," said Orland Park Mayor Dan McLaughlin. "We invite everyone to be a part of developing the village's new water conservation code. It's important that we hear from all facets of the community, residents and businesses alike," the mayor added.

The second public meeting to discuss a water conservation code for the Village of Orland Park will be held Wednesday, March 21 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Orland Park Library, 14921 South Ravinia Avenue. More than two dozen residents and community leaders attended the first meeting on February 22.

For more information, visit www.cmap.illinois.gov/orland-park. To respond for this public event, please contact CMAP Associate Planner Nora Beck at nbeck@cmap.illinois.gov or 312-676-7470.

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