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Solar energy forum next Sunday

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Continuing its push for the local use of clean energy, the town’s Energy Working Group is stepping up its green campaign this month with a series of forums designed to spur interest in residents going solar. Two forums were held last week, and the third seminar is scheduled for next Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Jack Zettler’s house at 52 Barton Road, where Zettler will discuss the benefits of going solar.

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