As an active member of the Central Ohio Chamber of Commerce, E.E. Ward Moving & Storage strives to recycle its materials and equipment whenever possible, including partnering with other vendors to ensure we are maximizing our envirnomentally sound business practices. Following is information from the Chamber about the City of Columbus’ invitation for citizens to provide direct feedback in connection with the Mayor’s green initiatives.
“From the Government Relations Team:
The City of Columbus is beginning a comprehensive public engagement process around its green initiatives and is looking for business input.
Please go to www.columbus.gov/ and fill out the survey(s) to provide your feedback or connect directly with Kristen Easterday, Director of Local Government Relations at the Chamber and as a member of the Mayor’s Green Team, she will happily relay your thoughts and concerns.
Per the Erin Miller, Environmental Steward, Mayor’s Office, City of Columbus:
Dear Community Member,
We need your help to propel Columbus as a green community that is beautiful, healthy and prosperous.
Ten years ago, Mayor Michael B. Coleman launched the Get Green Columbus initiative. Now we need your help to shape the next five years of sustainability in Columbus by commenting on “The Columbus Green Community Plan: Green Memo III”.
Visit the Get Green Columbus website, where you will find surveys designed to focus your personal input on actions you think are most important for our city’s progress in the next 5 years.
As an organization or as an individual, we ask that you:
Your input, along with that of your neighbors, friends and co-workers is vital to the success of Green Memo III. We will be taking feedback from the community from now until September 17th, so please give your input as soon as possible.
Thank you for your assistance in creating a bright and healthy future for Columbus!”