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‘Green’ borrowing pushed

$5B state bond sought for water, sewer, transit projects

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A coalition including environmental groups, labor and mass transit organizations is pushing for a $5 billion environment-oriented bond proposal to be put before state voters this fall. The leaders of the Assembly and Senate environmental conservation committees are endorsing the plan, which would simply put the funding request before voters. The proposed Clean Water, Clean Air & Green Jobs Bond Act would provide money for sewer plant upgrades, water infrastructure, energy conservation and power grid ...


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CTC123
May 31, 2009
4:33 a.m.

[ Flag Post ]

Consider the Connection to:
Going Green
Please Google or, AIM Search:
CTC = Consider the Connection
123 = 3 PHOTOS = 3000 WORDS
GREEN = Going Green

Great article, Stephen Williams

CTC123
May 31, 2009
4:41 a.m.

[ Flag Post ]

Consider the Connection to:
Going Green (correction)
Please Google or, AIM Search:
CTC123GREEN

Thank you for all you do for the environment.

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