2014 Sustainability Awards and Dinner
Over 300 attendees joined SSMC at the 15th Annual Sustainability Awards on Thursday, April 3. State Assemblymember Kevin Mullin presided over an exciting evening featuring an inspiring address from special guest Dr. Gro Brundtland, exciting auctions led by State Senator Jerry Hill and a presentation of the prestigious annual sustainability and green awards. Over $60,000 for SSMC programs was raised through event sponsorships, ticket sales, auction proceeds and donations.
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Congratulations 2014 Award Winners!
- The Grand Boulevard Initiative
- North Shoreview Montessori School
- Reach and Teach
Ruth Peterson Award: Ricki McGlashan
Green Building Award:
- 5th Avenue Alternative School - Architect: Brent McClure, AIA, Cody Anderson Wasney Architects; Builder: Roebbelen Contracting, Inc.; Owner: Sequoia Union High School District
- Honorable Mention: 7555 Mission St, Daly City -Architect: Dan Ionescu, AIA, Dan Ionescu Architects & Planners; Owner and Builder: Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco
2014 Indicators Report now available!
For our 18th annual edition, we are transitioning to tri-annual updates to present indicators as fresh data becomes available. Our first update, Winter 2014, “The First Mile” is now available. Later this Spring we’ll present “Connecting The Next Mile” and in the Fall, “Planning for the Next Mile”. Our goal is to create a dialogue around our county’s most pressing issues, such as our 2014 Key Indicator: Transportation, by focusing on an annual Key Indicator and providing multiple updates and events throughout the year.
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