2020 Light Pollution Committee Meetings

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Christopher K.
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2020 Light Pollution Committee Meetings

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The next Light Pollution Committee meeting will be on Wednesday 8 January from 6:15 pm to 7pm at the Highland Road Park Observatory. (New visitors will be received as early as 6pm.)

We will be focusing on at least two areas of discussion:
1) the statement from BRAS soon to be issued to the University Lakes Project
2) a recounting of the HRPO Manager regarding stray security light from neighbors hitting his family's property, and the kind response he received when he alerted them to the problem

Most recent publicly-released minutes of the LPC:
http://www.brastro.org/newsletter/2019- ... letter.pdf

All LPC meetings are open to the public; if you live in or near Baton Rouge, please come. With your help, we can bring back natural contrast skies over the Highland Road Park Observatory and the surrounding areas.

Christopher K.
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Re: 2020 Light Pollution Committee Meetings

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The next Light Pollution Committee meeting will be on Wednesday 5 February from 6:15 pm to 7pm at the Highland Road Park Observatory. (New visitors will be received as early as 6pm.)

Last month, the Committee discussed the delay of the new light pollution diorama. Also mentioned was a renewed committment to choose goals that were concrete and attainable. The BRAS members present are now looking at incorporating good lighting desires and requests into the upcoming HRPO Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with BREC and LSU.

Christopher K.
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Re: 2020 Light Pollution Committee Meetings

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The next Light Pollution Committee meeting will be on Wednesday 4 March from 6:15 pm to 7pm at the Highland Road Park Observatory. (New visitors will be received as early as 6pm.)

This will be a busy agenda. Updates on two important initiatives will occur...
*connecting with local Young Astronaut Clubs; and with Earth Science, Physical Science, Physics I, Physics II and Astronomy course teachers.
*final development of the schedule for approaching municipalities within the HRPO service area.

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