A Conservation Authority is managed by board members appointed by the municipal governments within its area. It is the board members responsibility to represent the views of the citizens within their respective municipalities. In this way, local input into the activities, operations, and projects of the Authority is provided.
The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority has 17 members appointed by the councils of the 11 municipalities that lie either wholly or partly within the watershed. An Annual General Meeting of the Full Authority is held in January of each year. The Authority’s budget is reviewed at this meeting and is passed at the Full Authority meeting in March. The Full Authority meets every month except July, August and December.
The CRCA has two advisory committees for Lemoine Point and Parrott’s Bay Conservation Areas because they are funded by a special municipal levy. From time to time, the CRCA sets up special sub-committees to study specific issues and provide recommendations to the Board.
|South Frontenac||Alan Revill
|Front of Yonge||John Boydfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Greater Napanee||Max Kaiser
|Leeds and the
|South Frontenac||Ross Sutherland