The Office of Attorney General (AGO) has hosted a series of public listening sessions across the Commonwealth devoted to hearing directly from residents about a range of environment and energy issues of concern to residents, including drinking water quality, lead paint, childhood asthma, pollution, energy costs, and more.
The AGO's Energy and Environmental Bureau will be hosting one of these listening session at Cape Cod Community College. This event is open to the public. Our hope is to gain greater insight into the ways that specific environmental and energy issues affect communities across the Commonwealth by hearing directly from those residents about their experiences and concerns. The event will begin with a brief introduction to the work of the Energy Environment Bureau in the Attorney General's Office and then allow attendees to individually voice their thoughts and concerns for the marjority of the remaining time.
This event is expected to last approximately 2 hours. Questions regarding these listening sessions may be directed to the Community Engagement Division at AGOCommunityEngagement@State.MA.US.