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Lambertville Council Meetings Will Go Paperless

It’s official: City of Lambertville Council meetings will go paperless this year. 

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It’s official: City of Lambertville Council meetings will go paperless this year. 

From now on, the city will no longer provide printed agendas at council meetings.

If residents want to access council meeting agendas, the mayor recommended they either print it out themselves or bring a laptop or mobile device to follow along during the meeting.

“The city is always looking at ways to reduce its carbon footprint and going paperless at city council is a small goal, easily achieved,” Mayor Andrew Nowick said.

In recent years, City of Lambertville officials have worked to enact policies encouraging sustainability and environmentalism. 

Lambertville has passed several ordinances related to helping the flood-prone city fight climate change. From collaborating with Princeton Hydro to conduct a stormwater study to releasing the plan for installing electric vehicle charging stations on North Union Street.

The city plans to continue environmental initiatives going forward, officials have said.

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