President Ron Struble and Vice President Steven F. Kennedy of the Conserve York County Foundation recently participated in a radio interview on 92.3FM The Tide’s Hometown Radio segment, providing insight into the foundation's inception, objectives, and future endeavors.
The Conserve York County Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on environmental conservation and sustainable development, has established itself as a pivotal entity in the local community. During the interview, Struble and Kennedy provided an overview of how the foundation was established and the pressing environmental and development issues it seeks to address within York County, Virginia.
The foundation’s primary aim, as discussed, is to implement and advocate for strategies that ensure balanced and sustainable development in the region. Struble and Kennedy emphasized the organization's commitment to safeguarding York County’s natural resources while also facilitating informed and responsible governance.
An exciting piece of news shared during the talk was the upcoming event sponsored by the Conserve York County Foundation: a debate for the York County Board of Supervisors candidates. This event will take place at 6 p.m. on October 10 at the Hellenic Center, located at 4900 Mooretown Road in Williamsburg. Chris Six, WYDaily Managing Editor, will co-moderate the debate, offering a platform for candidates to share their views on key local issues.
Stay informed about the 2023 Election, the Foundation’s latest activities or getting involved in upcoming projects at www.conserveyorkcounty.org.