Tom Kettler, the President of Kettler Forlines Homes at Brightwell Crossing, was recently appointed to the newly created “Poolesville Green Team”. The team is working with the Town of Poolesville to help it obtain a Sustainable Maryland certification. The Poolesville Green committee includes the Town Manager, Wade Yost, two town commissioners, Valeree Dickerson and Jerome Klobukowski, and other residents and business leaders from Poolesville.
Attaining Sustainable Maryland certification is in keeping with Poolesville’s efforts to be a leading municipality on green issues. Last year, the town installed solar panels, attracting attention statewide. Poolesville is working toward achieving Sustainable Maryland certification in 2015.
Sustainable Maryland is a certification program for municipalities in Maryland that want to go green, save money and take steps to sustain their quality of life over the long term. Sustainable Maryland Certified is a collaborative effort between the Environmental Finance Center (EFC) at the University of Maryland and the Maryland Municipal League to replicate the success of the Sustainable Jersey initiative throughout the Mid-Atlantic States, beginning in Maryland.
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