Jun 13
Photo: Tim Stuhldreher

Residents consider city climate strategies; next session is coming up

Some two dozen city residents had no shortage of comments last week on proposed ways for Lancaster city to reduce its carbon footprint.

“We’re so grateful for your time and your input,” community organizer Malinda Clatterbuck said at the close of Thursday evening’s Lancaster City Climate Action Session at Community Mennonite Church.

Conducted by climate nonprofit RegenAll, the session was intended to garner community reaction to climate strategies being considered for inclusion in Lancaster’s comprehensive plan, now in development. It was the first in a series of four.

Read full story on One United Lancaster