The Andover Township Environmental Commission is a citizen advisory group that makes recommendations to the Land Use Board regarding environmental issues within the Township. The Commissioners represent residents' long-term interests by acting as advocates for the environment, reviewing development applications, sponsoring public awareness programs, and evaluating the impact of potential environmental problems. The mission of the Andover Township Environmental Commission is to foster, protect, preserve, and maintain the natural resources and rural character of the township by encouraging environmentally healthy and sound development, and promoting awareness of nature-friendly practices and options among municipal officials, residents, and business people.
Christine Kretzmer, Chair
Ben Bensley, Recreation Liaison
Janis McGovern, Township Committee Liaison
Suzanne Howell, Planning Board Liaison
Carla Kostelnick, David Kolstad, Eric Olsen, Ray Wexler, Josh Osowski, Brenda Izzo.
Meetings are scheduled for the second Thursday of the month, with the fourth Thursday as an as-needed meeting date. Meetings will be held at 7:30 p.m. at the Hillside House and are open to the public. Meetings are subject to change; please refer to the Meetings page for the up-to-date schedule. Agendas for the meetings will be posted on the day of the meeting. If the agenda is not online, it will be available at the meeting prior to the start of the meeting.
Any notices will be posted on the Notices and Announcements page.