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“Moving the county’s climate work forward has been a goal since I entered office, so I am very excited to have reached this point,” said Sue Shink, Chair of the Board of Commissioners, and Commissioner for District 2. “By working with local experts and engaging with our community, we will be able to make significant strides to reduce emissions and make sure our social and built infrastructure is ready for more extreme weather.”
Resource Recycling Systems
The end goal of this 12-month planning process is the creation of a climate action plan. This plan will collate new and existing data and will identify short and long-term strategies to reach Washtenaw County’s ambitious goals of carbon neutrality as an organization by 2030 and as a community by 2035.
“We have set bold, progressive goals as a county, and the development of this plan will help us map out the path to achieving them,” said Jason Morgan, Commissioner for District 8. “We know
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The Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners is comprised of nine elected officials representing different Washtenaw County communities. The current Board will serve from January 2021 through December 2022.