January 22, 2020
Scott T. Johnson Recreation Center
15 Vanderbilt Avenue
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Free and Open to the Public
Open Space Advisory Committee Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
The Saratoga Springs Open Space Advisory Committee (OSAC) was created by an act of the Saratoga Springs City Council on July 17, 2001, as part of Local Law No. 5 of 2001; subsequently codified as section 110 of the Saratoga Springs City Code. The committee has a clear mission, as stated in section 2 : "to acquire, improve, preserve, protect, maintain the availability of, and improve the City's remaining natural areas, wetlands, trails, watershed protection land, farm land, stream and other green-way corridors, historical and archaeological sites and areas, significant habitats and ecologically important areas, geological landmarks, public access areas and other similar such open land for active and passive park and recreational facilities, and preserve open areas, to enhance the general quality of life and the environment of the City, and thereby benefit the residents and taxpayers of the City".