Omaha Together One Community News
The packed crowd of OTOC and community leaders sought commitments from OPPD Board members on four topics:
- Taking leadership in the community to increase charging stations for electric vehicles by 100 over next 3 years
- Directing staff to work with community groups and investors who want to establish community solar projects
- Reducing or reversing the 2015 increase ($10.25 per month to $30 per month) of the basic service charge
- Supporting the newly-proposed SD7 that sets a goal to reduce carbon emissions to a level 20% below 2010 levels by 2030.
The Accountability Session with Candidates for US Congress followed, and OTOC leaders asked for commitments on the following topics from Rep. Don Bacon and Candidate Kara Eastman:
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