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Aquifer Protection Agency
Meeting Information

Regular Members

Name

Address

Term Ends

Bruce Chaplinski, Secretary 1021 Burlington Ave. 6/16
William Cunningham, Vice-Chairman
65 Silo Rd. 6/18
Peter Del Mastro 9 Chimney Crest Ln. 6/17
Brian Skinner, Chairman 54 Meadowbrook Dr. 6/16
Louise Provenzano
316 Wolcott St.
6/17

Alternate Members

Name

Address

Term Ends

Ryan Scrittorale
84 Silo Rd.
6/17
James Albert
72 Maple St. #305
12/16
Jeremy Deprey
11 Villa Court
12/16

Purpose
The Bristol Aquifer Protection Agency administers the State of Connecticut's Aquifer Protection Area Program for the city. The purpose of the program is to identify critical public water supply aquifer areas and to protect them from pollution by managing activities conducted nearby. The program was established by the State of Connecticut (Sec. 22a-354a et seq.) to address activities that threaten aquifer quality. The City Council designated the city's Zoning Commission as the Aquifer Protection Agency by ordinance in 2004.

The Agency has the following responsibilities, as set forth in Sec. 22a-354o and Sec. 22a-354p of the Connecticut General Statutes:

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