An educational program for Dayton residents is slated for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 19, in the lower level of the Waupaca Area Public Library.
Three speakers will discuss how county recycling, county parks and local geology can affect the quality of life in Dayton.
Deb Krogwold, Waupaca County’s recycling coordinator, will provide an overview of the county’s recycling program and information on new items that can now be recycled.
Trish Nau, a park and and recreation planner for the Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, will discuss how townships can provide easier access to parks for its residents.
Terry Gerlach, a retired U.S. Geological Survey geologist, is currently using a DNR database of over 6,000 water well construction reports from Waupaca County to assess the local prospects for industrial sand mines. He will explain what kind of impact local geology could have in Dayton.
Each presentation will last about 20 minutes. Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the program.
Although the program is specifically designed to educate current and future town board and plan commission members, Dayton citizens are encouraged to attend.