"Technology advancements and population growth are rapidly changing the neighborhoods and communities in which we live. The once slower-paced historic town of Loudonville is perhaps no more, but how much must it change and what does it mean for our health, our well being and our quality of life?" a statement from Mittleman reads.
Dr. David Carpenter will also speak on Thursday about the health issues of the tower. Carpenter is a Harvard-educated physician who has spent his career in the field of public health. Carpenter has previously commented about the concerns of the parents of students at nearby Loudonville Elementary School, although he noted there is no conclusive evidence to link the towers to increased cancer rates.
The William K. Sanford Town Library is located at 629 Albany-Shaker Road. The meetings will take place in the Stedman Room.