Athens becomes Clean Energy Community
Aug 02, 2019 12:46 am
Sarah Trafton reports for Columbia-Greene Media that the village of Athens is now a Clean Energy Community allowing the municipality to apply for $30,000 in state funding. The towns of Catskill, Greenville, Gallatin, Kinderhook, Hillsdale, Ancram, Chatham, Ghent, Canaan, and Austerlitz, the villages of Kinderhook and Philmont, and city of Hudson are all Clean Energy Communities. “We are pleased to become a New York State Clean Energy Community, both for the steps we’ve taken to get here and the funds that will now be available to us,” Athens Village Mayor Stephan Bradicich said. The Village of Athens recently converted its street lights to LED, and is creating a unified solar permit. Read more about this story at HudsonValley360.com.