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Letter to the Editor:

I was very grateful to the revitalized GTD for organizing and presenting a debate among the declared candidates for first selectman. I learned a lot. But I was disappointed that no question was raised about the candidates’ views on ways to promote Adoption of Green Energy policies and systems in municipal planning.

There’s no debating that programs and incentives to reduce carbon emissions and increase green energy efficiencies are good for our health and our pocket books. Municipal buildings should lead by example. And every homeowner should take advantage of the home energy assessment programs offered by Eversource to identify specific areas where they can make improvements right now.

Wendy Murphy

109 Geer Mountain Rd,

South Kent

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