YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED......In celebration of our valued partnership, please join us for our CLIENT APPRECIATION & COMMUNITY GIVING RECEPTION. Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. At THOMI'S CAFE 627 S. STATE HWY 49, JACKSON, Ca. 95642
Thank you! Join us for a delightful evening.
We appreciate your business. ( Hosted beer, wine and appetizers.)
Customers like you make doing business a real pleasure.
On February 17th, 2015 the City of Jackson will take a major stride toward becoming more energy efficient. On that date the Planning Commission will review the recently released "Jackson Energy Action Plan", a strategy document developed to assist the City in becoming more energy efficient. The document is available for review on the City of Jackson website.
The plan contains goals, strategies, and concrete actions to implement the strategies. There are five focus areas:
- Energy use in existing structures
- Energy use in new construction
- Renewable energy
- Energy use in municipal operations
- Water conservation
Preparation of the energy plan is a collaboration between theCity and Sierra Business Council (SBC). The work comes at virtually no cost as part of Pacific Gas and Electric Company's(PG&E) Government and Community Partnerships Program, which is funded by California utility customers and administered by PG&E under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.
Under this program SBC has conducted greenhouse gas inventories for 26 Sierra Nevada jurisdictions, seven of which are also developing energy efficiency plans, including Jackson, Plymouth, Amador County, Sutter Creek, Loomis, Nevada City, and Mariposa County.
Please come and share your thoughts about the Plan and the City's intention to become more energy efficient. This plan is intended to not only save energy but money for the community and your support is greatly valued.
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