Queen City Recognized as a Green City

By: Tametria Conner Email
By: Tametria Conner Email

The queen city is now a "green city" of excellence.

That's because the Mississippi Municipal League recognized meridian for it's going green campaign under former Mayor John Robert's Smith administration.

That award was showcased during tonight's city council meeting. Meridian is the first city in the state to go green in an effort to be more energy efficient, save the city money and energy as well to create jobs.

"We gone try to clean the city up. And we gone try to have a sustainable city. So we feel like it was a part of development and planning award. And we want business and industry to come to our city because it's a clean and green city," Meridian Homeland Security Director Bunky Partridge said.

Officials say meridian is now one of nearly eight hundred city's nationwide to go green.

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  • by Stacy Location: Bailey on Jul 22, 2009 at 03:03 PM
    mmmmmmm where is that found in the electric and water bill etc I don't see it out here in Bailey!
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