Brighton shows the way?

A recent D&C article describes an October incident in the Glen.


 

cookbook ad
Cookbooks are available at:

Casey's Hallmark Shop
1601 Penfield Rd.
(Panorama Plaza)

Cook's World,
2179 Monroe Ave.
Brighton

Enchanted Rose Garden
1850 Penfield Rd.
Penfield

Bernunzio's Deli at 745 Penfield Rd.

Eleventh Hour Gifts
1922 Monroe Avenue
12 Corners Plaza Brighton

or by calling the ACCGPG at: 585-586-3812

or email us at corbetts_glen@yahoo.com


"Corbett's Glen - past present future"

A 24 minute video made by the Town of Brighton is available from the ACCGPG for $10. Send your request to: corbetts_glen@yahoo.com

Here are some pics from the "Celebrate the Glen"event . .

Posters displayed at "Celebrate the Glen"


Download EDR Report


"Corbett's Glen" by Gates McMahon age 13

Tony LaFountain - Supervisor's Column April 4

City Newspaper March 30, 2011

Newspaper articles Archive

September 17, 2010

September 24, 2010 Penfield Post - Tony LaFountain

September 24, 2010 Penfield Post - Trevett photo

 

 

 

 


Overview of the ACCGPG

The ACCGPG is a 501c(3) not-for-profit grassroots organization that was founded in 1994 in response to development pressures on the environmentally-sensitive lands in the Allens Creek Valley, located just outside of Rochester, NY, in the towns of Brighton and Penfield.

The ACCGPG strives to protect these lands (especially Corbett’s Glen Nature Park) from adjacent development by working towards expansion of the park borders through conservation easements and land acquisition, and by actively participating in governmental regulation of proposed development in the area.

How you can help

The community needs to protect its public investment in Corbett’s Glen Nature Park!

The public investment and public benefit from Corbett’s Glen far exceeds any possible benefit that can be delivered by this development.

It is imperative that the community once again rallies to indicate their concern of this insensitive and damaging proposal on the Allens Creek Valley!

You can get involved in several ways:

1. COME TO THE PUBLIC MEETINGS!

2. SEND AN EMAIL (or call!):
Send your concerns to the Penfield Planning Board at: planning@penfield.org and/or call your elected Penfield and Brighton town officials. Your input really does count!

3. JOIN THE ACCGPG to help us continue our preservation efforts!

4. MAKE A TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION! We need your help in continuing our efforts to protect and preserve the Allens Creek Valley, including Corbett’s Glen Nature Park!

The ACCGPG is a 501(c)3 charitable organization that relies on the generosity of people who understand that our environmentally-sensitive lands are easy prey to the pressure of development as open land dwindles.

Your tax-exempt donation is deeply appreciated and will be used to further our preservation efforts so that future generations will be able to enjoy the beauty and splendor of the Allens Creek Valley!

Please make your check payable to and mail to:
ACCGPG
PO Box 25711
Rochester, NY 14625

For more information on upcoming meetings and to receive updates, send your e-mail address to: corbetts_glen@yahoo.com


"Corbett's Glen - past present future"

A 24 minute video made by the Town of Brighton is available from the ACCGPG for $10. Send your request to: corbetts_glen@yahoo.com

Here are some pics from the "Celebrate the Glen"event . .

Posters displayed at "Celebrate the Glen"


Download EDR Report


"Corbett's Glen" by Gates McMahon age 13

Tony LaFountain - Supervisor's Column April 4

City Newspaper March 30, 2011

Newspaper articles Archive

September 17, 2010

September 24, 2010 Penfield Post - Tony LaFountain

September 24, 2010 Penfield Post - Trevett photo



 

 

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