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In the 21st century, we should be getting our energy from sources that don't pollute our air and water. Instead of digging for oil in deserts halfway around the world, or fracking for gas in our backyard, we can harness the power of the sun that strikes our rooftops every day. But politicians in Columbus and Washington, D.C., just don't get it. Luckily, our local leaders - mayors, city council members and county executives - can help us build a solar future from the ground up.
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Let's go solar
Dear [Decision Maker],
In the 21st century, we should be getting more of our energy from clean, renewable sources that don't pollute our air and water. That's why I'm asking you to strengthen your commitment to a cleaner, healthier Ohio by:
Committing our city to a goal of getting 10 percent of our energy from locally-produced solar power by 2030; Creating an Alternative Energy Special Improvement District to help small businesses and homeowners finance renewable energy; and Leading by example and installing solar panels on our city's schools and government buildings.
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]
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