This is the kind of "friendly wager" I'd like the mayor to make
11/10/2005 03:31:00 PM | Author: baloghblog
Barnstable and Falmouth are in competition again.
This time the traditional Thanksgiving football rivals will be competing on the grid rather than the gridiron.
On Nov. 2, Barnstable Town Manager John Klimm and Falmouth Town Administrator Robert Whritenour met in Barnstable Town Hall to announce that they have engaged in a friendly wager as to which town will get 3 percent of its residents to sign on the Cape Light Compact Green clean energy program by the end of the year. The first one to meet its goal wins.
If Barnstable wins, four Barnstable residents will win a round of golf at Falmouth Country Club. Should Falmouth win, four Falmouth residents will be treated to a specially prepared Barnstable "Bounty from the Sea" meal.
Maybe newly re-elected Mayor Driscoll can make the same wager with the mayors of Buffalo, Rochester, and Albany. We don't need to wait for DestinyUSA to start making CNY greener.
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On 7:46 PM , Peter said...

See what Einstein have to say about what our world needs at Enviroman Says
Anybody want to place a wager about which country will be the first to have a new economic model in place?