“We are moving toward a cleaner, greener future because people want to live in places like that,” said Brian Wolovich, a Millvale borough council member and the Triboro EcoDistrict director. . . .
Robert Tuñón, a recent Etna transplant and member of the EcoDistrict committee, said the group began meeting in a coffee shop once a month, “and people started showing up, looking for a meaningful way to get involved. In March, 110 people came out to talk about sustainability.”
FULL STORY published July 2, 2018 via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette