It would be the second Missouri city to attain the renewable energy title of Green Power Community, according to a Creve Coeur Patch report.
Creve Coeur is trying to become the second Missouri city after Clayton to earn a renewable energy designation, Creve Coeur Patch reported last week. Quoting from the Creve Coeur Patch article: "Mercy Hospital St. Louis, The Koman Group and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center were saluted Wednesday for making commitments to the challenge, helping the city get to more than 600 megawatt hours so far." Hear from Creve Coeur business owners who are excited about the challenge to gain the distinction from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in the complete Creve Coeur Patch article. More about Clayton's Green Power Community program on Patch:
Jennifer Howland with the East-West Gateway Council of Governments answers questions about the effort to coordinate housing, transportation and other areas of sustainability. The project also includes Clayton, and a public meeting is planned Thursday.
Richmond Heights and Clayton residents are among the St. Louisans being asked to give input Thursday about how several cities can coordinate housing, transportation and other areas of sustainability over the coming decades. Locally, the project known as the Regional Plan for Sustainable Development (RPSD) includes Brentwood, Maplewood and Shrewsbury. Residents are encouraged to give their input at a meeting from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at The Heights community center. In addition, a brief online survey is available. Patch asked sustainability planning manager Jennifer Howland with the East-West Gateway Council of Governments to explain the project, its costs and projected outcomes for the St. Louis area. In three sentences or fewer, …