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February 23, 2009: City looking for residents and business owners to participate in green study circles
 

Did you know that if every household in the U.S. replaced just one roll of virgin fiber paper towels with a 100 percent recycled roll, it could save 544,000 trees every year?

The City of Coral Springs is giving residents an opportunity to bring green initiative ideas to an open forum discussion starting in May.

If you have innovative ideas and are looking for a place to discuss environmental solutions with your neighbors, bring them to the City’s upcoming open forums sponsored and hosted by the Coral Springs Customer Involved Government Committee (CIGC). These forums will give Coral Springs’ residents and business owners a chance to discuss action strategies for developing more environmentally friendly habits. The CIGC is looking for people who are passionate about the subject and are interested in becoming more active in our community.

For more information or to sign up, please visit www.coralsprings.org/gogreen or call Toni Hawkins at 954-344-1148.





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