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I am sure that there are folks who will roll their eyes at the mention of an EcoDistrict, but any project that wants to implement sustainable design is good in my book.
This will be intimidating to some developers, but the savvy ones will know that a premium can easily be put on green development that will attract big business.
The reality is that all districts school be EcoDistricts, but we need to do what we can.
It will be interesting to see how this works out.

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