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Texas Clean Cities Energy Independence Day at the Capital

The Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance Clean Cities Coalition of Central Texas hosted the Texas Clean Cities Energy Independence Legislative Luncheon on March 2, Texas Independence Day.

Key Texas Legislators were invited to meet their local Clean Cities Coordinators Pamela Burns from DFW, Nick Jones from Alamo Area, and Stacy Neef of Lone Star Clean Cities Coalition’s.  Designed strictly to educate, Coordinators presented on their coalition’s, activities and accomplishments, and how air quality is achieved through the use of alternative fuels and vehicles.

Additionally, Curtis Donaldson, CFUSA, Bill Williams of Telefonix, and Heather Ball with the Natural Gas Foundation also presented on their respective alternative fuels,  beneficial environmental and economic qualities, and how Clean Cities has been a partner for over 20 years.

Our guest speaker was Williamson County State Rep Tony Dale,  a friend  to all Texas Clean Cities coalitions. Tony provided an update on legislative activities as they relate to the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan and  Legislation to  engage the State of Texas in the  use of electric, propane and  natural gas fleet fuels.

Over forty (40) invited legislative and Clean Cities stakeholder guests attended the  very successful fajita luncheon sponsored by LSCFA.