A Vision Leads to a Cleaner Cincinnati
In 2010, the City of Cincinnati felt a shift guaranteed to push ‘status quo’ out the door. Andrew Glenn, director of public services, was committed to cleaning up the air around the city. He envisioned a sustainable fleet of service vehicles for the city that would reduce the municipality’s dependence on foreign oil, while shrinking their overall carbon footprint. Part of this vision was motivated by the mayor’s “Climate Protection Action Plan: The Green Cincinnati Plan.” The proposal included the procurement of additional alternative fuel fleet vehicles to reduce harmful emissions.
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