* Charlotte’s Environment Committee to Consider Sustainability Plan – Mon, Nov 19, 3:00 PM

“That’s right “Charlotte’s Environment Committee to Consider a Sustainability Plan”. Can you believe it? A city our size and we don’t have a Sustainability Plan! It’s time to walk the talk and address our critical environmental and sustainability issues.

Thanks to Ernie McLaney for providing this update.

Ernie’s Message

I wanted to share some information with you and ask that you consider attending Charlotte’s Environmental Committee meeting this Monday, November 19th at 3PM in room 280 of the Government Building in uptown Charlotte. The number one item on their attached agenda is to discuss the feasibility of a city-county sustainability plan.  If you cannot attend, consider sending a brief email in support of this plan and encourage those on the committee to work cooperatively to bring such a plan into place, sooner than later.  Attached are the meeting agenda and a general sustainability plan brief.

Environmental Committee Members

Andy Dulin: adulin1@carolina.rr.com,

John Autry: (Chair) jautry@ci.charlotte.nc.us

Beth Pickering: pickeringbeth@aol.com

Claire Fallon: CGFTJF@aol.com

David Howard: info@davidhowardclt.com

Please set aside a few moments over the weekend to review the attachments (below). Thank you for your continued efforts to help Charlotte/Mecklenburg move forward in becoming a city with a true and documented sustainability vision and plan.

Best regards,

Ernie McLaney

11.19.12 Environment Agenda Package

Attachment 1. Briefing Paper

Attachment 2. ICMA Report

Attachment 3. Appendix

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