The Mayor's Challenge
Wyland Foundation Recognizes Palmetto Bay
The Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation, a non-profit competition, engaged municipal leaders to inspire their residents to make online pledges to reduce water and energy usage during Earth Month. The more pledges, the higher the city's ranking -- and commitment to conserve water.
Dear Mayor Stanczyk,
On behalf of the Wyland Foundation, I'd like to thank you for your participation in the 2013 National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation and all of your ongoing water conservation efforts. Your support of this program has been -- and continues to be -- instrumental in educating and encouraging your residents to take measures in their own lives that collectively have a meaningful and lasting impact on the health of our environment.
Although conservation is at the heart of this program, it's also a friendly competition between cities. Thanks to your residents' participation in the 2nd Annual National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation, Palmetto Bay ranked #3 among cities in the 5,000-29,999 population category. For a complete list of the nationwide winners, please visit our website.
The Wyland Foundation and its partners, including Toyota, US EPA, National League of Cities, CH2MHill, Rainbird Corporation, Lowe's Home Improvement Stores, and U.S. Forest Service look forward to announcing exciting new changes for the 3rd Annual Challenge in April 2014 and hope you and your city will again take such an active role in protecting our aquatic resources. Your continued involvement speaks volumes about your passion for your community and commitment to our environment. To confirm Palmetto Bay's participation in the 2014 Challenge, please sign up for this no cost program now.
~ Wyland Foundation
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