Dan Landau has been re-elected to his second one-year term as president of the Norwalk Tree Alliance, a nonprofit dedicated in part to strategic management of the urban forest as a critical element in minimizing the disruption to our lives caused by storm-felled trees, snapping power lines and blocking roads.
Also returned at the NTA’s annual meeting Thursday (Nov. 15) were vice president Rob Frazier and treasurer Jeanne McAndrew.
Phil Taylor was named secretary and Dick Aime, secretary emeritus.
Bill Levin and Paul Sotnik were returned as board members while Judy Rudikoff was added to the board and named membership chairman to expand the nonprofit’s list of active associates.
The NTA plans to establish a tree farm next spring at the Fodor Farm community gardens and is a co-sponsor of the Norwalk Tree Festival in Cranbury Park, a family-oriented free outing that drew 2,000 last spring and is projected for a seventh consecutive year this spring.
Additional information about the activities of the NTA and how you can become part of the movement is available online at www.norwalktreealliance.org.