The City of Saint Paul and the Ford Site Planning Task Force cordially invite residents from Saint Paul and the Twin Cities metropolitan area to a public meeting to hear how redevelopment of the Ford site can use energy efficiency, a mix of energy sources, and smart design to achieve a “net zero development” by generating as much energy as it uses.
Please note: This meeting will solely focus on future energy systems for the Ford site. Future public meetings will address parks, transportation and land use.
Thursday, January 29, 2015 from 7 – 8:30 p.m.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Cretin-Derham Hall, “The Commons” Room
550 South Albert Street, Saint Paul
Directions: Take Albert Street south off of Randolph and enter the building on the west Albert Street side.
Join Mayor Chris Coleman and Councilmember Chris Tolbert to hear about:
- What is the energy study, who is involved, and why does it matter?
- Energy trends locally, nationally and globally.
- Design and energy technologies being considered.
Call: Merritt Clapp-Smith, 651-266-6547 or Mike Richardson, 651-266-6621
Visit: 21st Century Community