The Sustainable Wellesley Leadership Team is proud to endorse two WRITE-IN candidates for election to the Wellesley Natural Resources Commission:
LISE OLNEY for a THREE year term
RAINA MCMANUS for a TWO year term
Both Lise and Raina have been working on environmental issues in Wellesley for many years. Lise has been a member of the Sustainable Wellesley Leadership Team since 2011. Raina is a founding member of Friends of Brookside and is a passionate advocate for Wellesley’s watershed.
The town election is this Tuesday, March 4. Polls will be open from 7 am to 8 pm.
Here’s what the ballot will look like:
Have you ever wondered if solar is right for your home?
Join an expert THIS WEDNESDAY, February 5th from 6.30-8pm at the Warren Building for an introduction and guide to solar energy.
Presenter Alex Keally will explain the technology, economics, and criteria for folks considering solar. He will share questions and tips homeowners should ask installers and have Wellesley residents there to share their experiences. This is a great overview for homeowner or business.
The Town of Wellesley is launching a group solar purchase so its a great time to get informed!
Wellesley Green Schools, with support from the Wellesley Police Department, realizes this is a tough time of year to discuss the State of Massachusetts’ no Idling law but there are many reasons TO talk about it.
These include our children, our health, finances, gas consumption, penalties, car maintenance, air pollution, climate change and much more.
Wellesley Green Schools is launching this “Turn Your Key, Be Idle Free” Campaign to educate our community that beyond the State law of not idling, there are millions of reasons why it is important to reduce idling in Wellesley.
Take a look at this and you will be surprised at what you will learn.
We thank the many local public and private organizations that are supporting this initiative. For more information, go to www.WellelseyGreenSchools.com.