City wins environmental award

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December 2, 2008

12:47 AM

The City of Williamsburg’s Public Works and Utilities Shop Complex has been designated an Extraordinary Environmental Enterprise by the Virginia Environmental Excellence Program, according to a press release. The City’s Public Works Department is the only public works department in the state to receive such a recognition.

“City Council has made environmental sustainability a major focus for our community, and receiving this prestigious recognition from the state is an important accomplishment in the city’s sustainability efforts,” Williamsburg Mayor Jeanne Zeidler said.

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