Originally posted on Thursday, January 15th.
Today, Mayor Frank G. Jackson helped launch the Year of Clean Water in the City of Cleveland. Every year leading up to 2019, the City Cleveland will focus on one of the key areas fundamental to a sustainable economy as a part of Mayor Jackson’s Sustainable Cleveland initiative. The initiative creates a framework for Clevelanders from all walks of life to work together to build a robust and resilient region by focusing attention on annual key areas fundamental to a suitable economy– 2015 is the Year of Clean Water.
The Year of Clean Water is designed to connect people to their water resources in order to restore, conserve and protect this valuable asset. “We’re positioning and moving Cleveland into the future in order to create a sustainable economy,” said Mayor Frank G. Jackson. “A sustainable economy creates opportunities for economic prosperity, increased quality of life and the improved physical and social health of our community, clean water…
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