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SanCap Resilience Community Event
Next SanCap Resilience Community Event Feb. 1
Join SanCap Resilience and the City of Sanibel from 6-8 p.m. on Feb. 1 at BIG ARTS, 900 Dunlop Road. The program will also be streamed live on the city’s Facebook page. The event, part of the “Emerging from Hurricane Ian Stronger and More Resilient” series, will explore key lessons learned, actions taken, and future plans related to the resiliency of our power grid, water supply, and wastewater management.
- Sanibel Mayor Richard Johnson (keynote address)
- Tricia Dorn, key account executive at the Lee County Electric Co-op (LCEC)
- Diane Wilson, general manager of the Island Water Association
- Scott Krawczuk, deputy director of the Sanibel Department of Public Works
Following a panel discussion — moderated by SanCap Resilience Co-Chair Bob Moore — an audience Q&A session will be facilitated by the City of Sanibel Public Information Officer Eric Johnson.
Admission is free, and no registration is required.
SanCap Resilience is a coalition of 16 community organizations and concerned citizens. Its mission is to lead a community-based initiative to build resilience and protect the vibrancy of our sanctuary islands long into the future. SanCap Resilience is dedicated to planning, educating, and taking action to protect our natural and built environments. It is committed to advancing mitigation and adaptation strategies to reduce risks from climate change and other environmental threats. It believes in the values of the Sanibel Plan and the Captiva Community Plan, including promoting a diverse community, conservation, and living in harmony with one another and with nature to promote a high quality of life for our citizens. For information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.