A “Geese and Wildlife Summit” will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. June 20 at the Scarsdale Library, 54 Olmstead Road. A group called the Citizen’s Committee, along with Westchester4Geese, will discuss ways to avoid conflicts with geese, coyotes and other wildlife. State Sen. George Latimer, D-Rye, has said he plans to attend. “It is important to make sure that every point of view is heard before making a decision on a community issue,” he said in a prepared statement. “This summit is an excellent opportunity for local officials to gain information about humane treatment and partnership with the wildlife populations in the region.” Scarsdale is among the communities grappling with geese befouling public areas. The village had planned to work with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to round up and eliminate the geese congregating near the pond behind the library before animal advocates spoke out in protest. The summit will include a demonstration of the “Goosinator,” a device to scare away the geese, as well as discussion of methods such as oiling the eggs to prevent hatching. Frank Vincenti of Wild Dog Foundation will give tips on avoiding coyotes. The event is free and open to the public.