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McNerney got us started going green

The gavel of the Natchez-Adams Green Alliance changed hands on Nov. 13 from Steve (and Mary Jo) McNerney to Jim Smith.

It will be ably lead by the Mr. Smith, so a few words need to be said about the McNerneys.

Steve and Mary Jo have been the leading voices (along with Adams County District 1 Supervisor Mike Lazarus) in advancing the need for city and county recycling. They have worked very hard to ensure that our elected and appointed city and county officials, as well as leading community leaders, are on board in support of such programs. Their commitment to making recycling possible is to be applauded.

We can be assured that the groundwork they started will be well-maintained and advanced by our new Green Alliance chairman, Jim Smith.

 

Mike Gemmell

Natchez resident

 

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