Letters of Support
LAYING EGGS EVERYWHERE
Seems this is the right time, moon cycle of whatever for local snapping turtles to lay their eggs. Actually a little research suggests they lay eggs about a week after a full-moon.
G.O.A.L. Board Director Scott Colby sited two females laying eggs in the greenbelt along Holly Drive and in another greenbelt along Birch Drive.
Likely in 55 to 95 days the eggs will hatch and the newly-born turtles will start a new life.
Bristol Township Environmental Advisory Council Member Opening
The Environmental Advisory Council of Bristol Township is accepting applications for a council vacancy. The Bristol Township Environmental Advisory Council, under act 177 of 1996, is a group that advises the local planning commission, park and recreation board and elected officials on the protection, conservation, management, promotion and use of natural resources.
The BTEAC meets the 1st Wednesday of each month at 7 PM in the auditorium of the Bristol Township Municipal Building. Please send your letter of interest, including qualifications, background, and contact info to: Ellen Miller, BTEAC Chairperson, 2501 Bath Road, Bristol, PA 19007-2150 or e-mail: EllenMiller24@comcast.net.