Green Initiatives Subcommittee

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UPDATE: On June 23, 2014, the Board of Selectmen voted to abolish the Green Initiatives Subcommittee.  Its mission is now being carried out by the Sustainability Committee.

On March 16, 2009, the Board of Selectmen voted to establish a seven-member Littleton Green Initiatives Subcommittee to advise the Board of Selectmen on current and future sustainable energy practices in the Town of Littleton, including whether or not to seek certification under the state’s Green Communities Program; to include representation on said subcommittee from four citizens at large, and one representative each from the Littleton Climate Action Network (LCAN), the Littleton Electric Light Department, and the Administration.

For those interested in applying for an at-large membership on the Subcommittee, please complete and return an application form to the Board of Selectmen, Littleton Town Offices, 37 Shattuck St, Littleton, MA 01460

Littleton Green Initiatives Subcommittee Members
Citizen at-large members (4) Lynne Bourque
Alvin Rasmus
Ken Smith
Henry Harvey
Littleton Climate Action Network (LCAN) rep Mit Wanzer
Littleton Electric Light Dept (LELD) rep Kevin Goddard
Town Administration rep Keith A. Bergman

Green Communities Program

From the State's website

When you become a Green Community you will be recognized and highlighted here!Why become a Green Community? Doing what it takes to become a Green Community provides your city or town economic and environmental benefits and motivation to do more:

  • The requirement for a baseline energy inventory and plan for reducing energy consumption can lead to reduced energy bills.  
  • All of the qualification criteria involve measures that lead to a community reducing its greenhouse gas emissions, through using less energy. If a community provides as-of-right siting for renewable energy generation, this can lead to the energy that you do consume being greener.  
  • If meeting the as-of-right requirement through Renewable/Alternative energy R&D or manufacturing facilities, this can lead to drawing new businesses to the community, businesses that are up and coming and leading to a more sustainable society.  
  • You receive the Green Communities designation, which notes that you are a sustainability leader in MA.  
  • You receive grants to help you make your community profile even greener with energy efficiency or renewable energy related initiatives, helping you meet your fossil fuel reduction goals.  

For more information about the contact the Town Administrator.

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Contact Information

Town Administrator
Keith A. Bergman
bergman@littletonma.org