We rely on our beautiful green mountains for recreation, for attracting industry and for tourism, and we maintain a balance between progress and our rural values. So why would we allow a state senator like Chuck Edwards, who has a lifetime environmental score of ten percent, to represent us? We don’t need coal ash or GenX spoiling our air, our land and our waterways. Let’s make sure we have clean water to drink and places for our children to play.
What you see in the photo below are solar panels. I pushed hard for these, and we are now installing them on every town-owned building in Mills River. They will defray 77% of the town’s reliance on the grid, and will lower our carbon footprint correspondingly.
This is the way forward.