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Mayor going 'green'

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By Brent Schanding

A letter-writing campaign to curb global warming found its way to Shelbyville City Hall earlier this month, where it was endorsed by Mayor Tom Hardesty at the urging of local high school students.

Government students at Shelby County High School pushed the mayor to sign the U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement, a pro-environmental document drafted about two years ago by municipality leaders across the nation. The document advocates for "greener" legislation at city-levels in an effort to reduce global warming pollution levels by 2012.


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