[act-ma] Ed Quinn on Green Building this Saturday, 3/24, 10 a.m., Cary Library

Adam Sacks adam_artist at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 23 05:34:22 PDT 2007

This event was postponed from last Saturday due to rain, sleet, snow and other weather things that are better left to our intrepid letter carriers.  Description below.

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Hear Ed Quinn speak about the successful new Woburn green high school and what it could mean for growth and development in Lexington - muncipal, business and residential.

Saturday, March 24, 2007
Cary Library Meeting Room
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Sponsored by the Center for Democracy and the Constitution, a Lexington-based non-profit

Dear Friends  -

I met Ed Quinn at a Metropolitan Area Planning Council meeting last fall, and was fascinated by his story of how the new Woburn High School was planned and built, saving thousands of dollars a month for the town from the day it opened its doors.  

Now Ed has generously agreed to come to Lexington so we can all learn from his experience.  He has much to offer our town as we wrestle with current and pending environmental and economic constraints.

Ed will show us his PowerPoint presention on the lessons learned and the process Woburn went through building a green program from scratch. He will go into the planning and the marketing to the community, both residential and business, and discuss grant research and preparation as well as the results of their efforts to date.  The formal presentation will take about an hour.

Afterwards we will have ample time for thorough Q&A, and Ed has offered to meet with individuals and small  groups for more in-depth discussion and specific questions.

Ed is the principal of Quinn Consulting in Woburn, which provides economic planning and analysis, and green building planning and implementation.

Please feel free to contact me if you have questions about Ed's visit to Lexington.

Hope to see you there!

Adam Sacks
12 Locust Avenue
(781) 674-2339

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