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46th annual festival slated this weekend

46th annual festival slated this weekend

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Food & Wine

Farm-to-glass cocktails respond to the season

Farm-to-glass cocktails respond to the season

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Your Health

Author shows link between climate change, health in new book

Author shows link between climate change, health in new book

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Your Home

Los Altos History Museum wraps up Eichler exhibition

Los Altos History Museum wraps up Eichler exhibition

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On The Road

Five rules to live by as a cyclist

Five rules to live by as a cyclist

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Senior Lifestyles

Resident poet's parody song honors inspiring story

Resident poet's parody song honors inspiring story

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Wedding To Remember

Wedding wear that lies beneath

Wedding wear that lies beneath

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Your Kids

Living Classroom grows lessons for next-gen science standards

Living Classroom grows lessons for next-gen science standards

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Back to School

Changing the conversation on social media

Changing the conversation on social media

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New oversight at GreenTown

Margie Suozzo, GreenTown co-founder, has stepped in to replace Turner on a volunteer basis.

“For now, we decided to operate as an all-volunteer organization instead of hiring another executive director,” Suozzo wrote in an e-mail. “By a majority vote of the core leadership team, I was selected as chair.”

Suozzo said Turner cited personal reasons for leaving the position. In the meantime, GreenTown is recruiting volunteers, particularly local residents with expertise in fundraising and volunteer management.

Turner’s resignation comes as GreenTown prepares to launch a two-week “DriveLess” challenge on Earth Day, April 22. The campaign is aligned with the organization’s principle mission, Suozzo said.

“Our primary program focus for the next few years is on building a healthy, vibrant community that bikes, walks and carpools more to get around town – and in the process, helps support our local economy,” Suozzo said.

 

– Mary Beth Hislop

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