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About Us

Established in 2020, the Borough of Hatboro Environmental Advisory Council (EAC) is an appointed board comprised of Borough officials, residents, and business owners who devote themselves to protecting Hatboro's environment. The EAC's focus is on protecting the environment and improving sustainability. The EAC researches environmental issues and funding sources in order to advise Borough officials as they consider undertaking projects that preserve, protect, and support the natural environment. The EAC provides education on environmental issues through its website and activities.

Information on how to attend the Hatboro EAC's monthly meetings is available at

Our Members

Katrina Nuss, Vice President of EAC

Katrina Nuss has served as Vice President of the EAC since its establishment in 2020. Katrina has a passion for living a sustainable life and supporting native species through gardening and naturalizing her yard. As an educator, Katrina inspires future stewards of the environment. While serving on the EAC, Katrina aims to protect Hatboro's Natural environment while improving the sustainability of our community.

Carol Brunner, Secretary of EAC

Carol Brunner has served on the EAC since its establishment in 2020. Carol has a lifelong interest in biology, ecology, and a love for the outdoors. Carol is a member of the Gardeners of Crooked Billet, an organization that focuses on beautifying community spaces in Hatboro through gardening. Her experience in organization, education, and as a gardener make her an essential member of the Hatboro EAC.

Judith Swanson, Member

Judith Swanson has been a member of the Hatboro EAC since 2020. Judith has an extensive background in scientific education and training and currently serves as a practicing small animal veterinarian. Her interests in gardening, native foliage, and local wildlife drive her passion to protect the environment. Judith's goals while serving on the EAC include protecting Hatboro from pollution, population pressure, and environmental degrades that could endanger our community's open spaces, bodies of water, and local wildlife.

Thomas Bilotta, Member

Thomas Bilotta has served on the EAC since 2020. By day, Tom works for a major pharmaceutical company. By night, Tom teaches Aquaponics at Temple University's Ambler Campus and works for a local business in Hatboro. His Masters Degree in Education, BS in Chemistry, and years of project management aid him in playing a key role in accomplishing the EAC's goals.

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