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Steve Attinger pioneers new role as environmental coordinator

Original post made on Apr 14, 2008

Earlier this month, Mountain View resident Steve Attinger began his new job working for the city of Mountain View. In fact, the position -- environmental sustainability coordinator -- was a new job for his employer too.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Monday, January 28, 2008, 2:22 PM

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Posted by Mike Kahn
a resident of North Whisman
on Apr 14, 2008 at 11:50 pm

Nice article. As a member-at-large for the "citizen advisory group," now called the Mountain View Environmental Sustainability Task Force, I can say Steve definitely has his hands full with us but there is a lot of great work being done. It is important to note that although greenhouse gas emissions is a major focus, for good reason, the Task Force is also considering a broad range of other sustainability issues. There is still a great need and opportunity for more members of the community to get involved. Here are details about a public input meeting taking place on Monday night and other ways to participate:

The Mountain View Environmental Sustainability Task Force would like to announce a public input meeting:
April 21st 6pm - 8.30pm
Council Chambers, Second Floor, City Hall
500 Castro Street

With an open microphone format, each citizen will have a three minute opportunity to present ideas for preserving and restoring the environment to maintain our safe, harmonious community.

All comments are welcome - please join us to help shape the future environmental sustainability of Mountain View

For more information please go to Web Link

To submit written comments please email
Comments@SustainableMountainView.org

Sustainable: ...causing little or no damage to the environment and therefore able to continue for a long time.
-Cambridge Dictionaries


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