Get Green Communities out of Auburn Massachusetts Green Communities was formed in 2008 for the purpose of implementing

Agenda 21 at the town level
Agenda 21 was announced to the world at the 1992 Rio Earth Summit. It is a set of guidelines to drastically reduce the world’s energy, water use, population and promote high increases in the number of living units in city centers. This is called U.N. Agenda 21-Sustainable Development. President Bush and leaders from 178 nations signed this document pledging that their nations would implement Agenda 21 policies. In 1993, President Clinton formed the President’s Council on Sustainable Development and gave a one million dollar grant to the American Planning Association to write a guide book to implement Agenda 21 across the U.S. Smart Growth was the result. Supporters of Agenda 21, like Mr. J. Gary Lawrence, an adviser to President Clinton, stated that in order to successfully implement Agenda 21’s principles, the public must not be aware of that fact that Agenda 21 is driven by the United Nations. This is the reason why you will find no referenced to Agenda 21 on the Green Communities web site: http://www.mass.gov/eea/energy-utilities-clean-tech/green-communities/ Continued membership in Green Communities will lead to higher property tax, limit the ability to use your property, compel you to submit to energy audits, the installation of smart meters, green propaganda in your public schools, green teams and green police, expensive and unnecessary building codes, mileage tax, energy usage tax, and many other restrictive ordinances. It also explains the increased construction of wind turbines, and “solar farms.” Here is what you can do: Learn more about Agenda 21. Here are some links to resources : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfUIWMQ92RU http://www.scribd.com/collections/3267127/Agenda-21 Contact your selectmen and demand that they get out of Green Communities. If you would like to host an informational presentation call Hal Shurtleff (857) 498-1309 or vist www.jbs.org and http://masssprc.com

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