KINGSTON – The City of Kingston has become a leader in environmental awareness and stewardship,” according to its 2017 sustainability report. The document outlines the programs in place since the city began to address the environmental issues in 2005.
Mayor Steven Noble said Kingston is among the municipalities taking the lead in the sustainability movement.
“We are proud to be one of the communities working hard in the Hudson Valley to make sure that we are putting our green foot forward as best we can while also practicing what we preach,” Noble said.
The Kingston report looks at environmental grants secured, along with education and outreach, energy and renewables, being the first city in the state designated a Clean Energy Community, land use, transportation, recycling and solid waste management, and adaption and resiliency.