Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Lee County seeks public input on sustainability plan

 The Office of Sustainability has launched its public outreach effort to get your input on the county's first sustainability plan.  If you missed the great public workshop on 3/7, here's your chance to participate!

The Lee County Office of Sustainability has launched the online portion of its public outreach effort for developing the county’s first sustainability plan.
Known as “completeLEE,” the plan will use a balanced approach to decision-making, examining how the economy, society and environment influence the ability to maintain a desirable quality of life and increased competitiveness, according to a county news release.
Participants at 3/7 public workshop
 By logging onto Lee County’s online public forum at LeeCountyTownHall.com, community members can learn about sustainability and help prioritize goals. This online process follows a Thursday public workshop at the Eco Living Center at Rutenberg Park, when more than 70 people showed their support for "completeLEE."
 Here's the link to the Town Hall:
Sustainability in Lee County is about balancing social, economic and environmental resources. To maintain and improve our quality of life for future generations, we need to manage our human, natural and financial resources smartly. Help us develop the Sustainability Plan to better our community through measurable goals. Using the plan, we can prioritize goals, capitalize on opportunities, promote efficiency, coordinate operations, save tax dollars and foster innovation. Please share your thoughts today.

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