Thanks to Terese Hammerle for stepping up as Sustainable Belmont’s new chair. Terese is an active community member, and has coordinated community gardens previously and efforts t0 eliminate single-use plastic bags in both Watertown and Belmont. We are thrilled to have Terese as our chair, and delighted she jumped the line from Watertown a few years ago!
Our new meeting schedule will be out soon – stay tuned.


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  1. Naomi Dworkin

    Is there a way to see a copy of proposed legislation on having municipal light companies like Belmont electric buy more renewables? Thanks

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