Cool Cities is getting hot in the Triad!

We've had great teams working on Cool Cities in both Winston-Salem and Greensboro for months now.

Winston-Salem's work paid off three weeks ago as Mayor Allen Joines signed the US Mayors Climate Protection Agreement. We will hold a ceremony in the not too distant future to honor it as North Carolina's tenth Cool City.

Now that we have our fourth and fifth biggest cities in the state on board, the focus shifts to our third one.

Kim Yarbray and Joel Landau have been leading a very committed and hard working team to make Greensboro a Cool City, and they've done an outstanding job of moving their efforts into the public eye. Check out this awesome article in the Yes Weekly! Kim was also interviewed on Fox 8 earlier this week.

With as good a job as this crew is doing, I'm sure Greensboro will be on board in no time.

Good job Foothills and Piedmont Plateau!

1 comment:

  1. Joel is now running for Greensboro City Council (At-Large) among a very crowded field (13 candidates for 3 seats) of mostly Development and Real Estate Industry candidates. Primary Elections on Oct. 9 will reduce the field to six. (Early voting starts Sept. 20) I hope he makes it through the primary and wins the General Election (Nov. 6)

    His website is http://www.JoelLandau.com