Together Frankfort's Environment Team has met several times and is working on a number of issues, as well as conducting classes on energy conservation. The group schedules meetings and provides update through a Facebook group page (click on the link to the page).. Contact Elizabeth Hart (click here to email her directly), if you are interested in learning more about the Environment Team.
We also encourage you to review this Action Alert concerning the Frankfort Plant Board's power contract with the Kentucky Municipal Energy Agency, and contact plant board members as well as city officials, as soon as possible. More information is provided below, as well as links to supporting and referenced documents.
ACTION ALERT: Changes Needed to Frankfort Plant Board (FPB) Power Contract with Kentucky Municipal Energy Agency
Why does the contract need to be changed?
What’s wrong with the Kentucky Municipal Energy Agency contract?
What does the Frankfort Plant Board need to do?
What You Can Do:
KEY QUESTIONS about the KYMEA POWER CONTRACT:
*The “Members” are FPB and the other municipal utilities that form the KYMEA.
Also contact Mayor Bill May, Frankfort City Commissioners, Judge Huston Wells, and County Magistrates to share your concerns.
Recommendations made to the Frankfort Plant Board by the consulting firm E3: (click on the link to connect to the complete document prepared by the firm E3)
Changes needed to Kentucky Municipal Energy Agency management and interaction with Members:
For more information:
E3’s Reports to the FPB, other documents, and a webinar on the KYMEA are available online at: https://kyconservationfound.org/clean-and-sustainable-communities-project/
Contact: Andy McDonald, EnvisionFranklinCounty, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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