APCC's Andrew Gottlieb to Speak in Wellfleet

March 21st at Wellfleet Library
APCC Executive Director Andrew Gottlieb (Courtesy photo)

Solutions to Cape Cod’s Wastewater Problem: A Discussion and Short Documentary Screening of Saving Paradise with Andrew Gottlieb, Executive Director of the Association to Preserve Cape Cod

The Association to Preserve Cape Cod will show the first film in their Series "Saving Paradise". After the video, APCC's Executive Director Andrew Gottlieb will speak for 30min and then take questions.

The first in a series, this short documentary explains the personal connection each individual on Cape Cod has to our ponds, bays and drinking water, and how nutrient pollution primarily from septic systems directly impacts the quality of our lives here on this peninsula. This is a problem that affects you and me. And the longer we wait, the worse it will get.

We know that finding solutions to Cape Cod’s wastewater problem requires a commitment from Cape Codders to agree on the decisions necessary to improve and protect our irreplaceable water resources. But we also know there are thousands of Cape residents who are still not part of the regional discussion. We must change this equation!

Andrew Gottlieb, APCC’s Executive Director. Andrew has more than 30 years of environmental protection experience in government and elected terms in municipal office. Andrew has extensive experience working at all levels of government, having served as a local, state and county official as well as a legislative staff person. A resident of Mashpee, Andrew is serving a fourth term on the Mashpee Board of Selectmen.

Wellfleet Public Library

55 W. Main Street

Welllfleet, MA 02667

Thursday, March 21st at 7pm

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