Today was the day we received the New York League of Conservation Voters endorsement.
I have plenty of pictures to share with everyone, but tonight the Internet is being a bit spotty, not very conducive to uploading pictures and videos. So we will wait until tomorrow.
As part of the endorsement, the Friends of Harry Tutunjian sponsored a Free Recycling Day at E-Lot in South Troy, and to say it was successful would be an understatement. More than 50 Troy residents took the opportunity to do a little fall cleaning and help out with recycling, and that could not make me happier. The guys in charge there said it was about four times busier than a normal day. Thanks to everyone for taking part.
As for the endorsement, I want to thank the NYLCV for making the trip upstate, it means a lot. The idea that this group has so much faith in the City of Troy is wonderful. And in lieu of pictures and video, I thought I would post a link to the NYLCV questionnaire that I filled out to participate in the endorsement interview.
Just click the link: http://www.nylcv.org/sites/nylcv.civicactions.net/files/2007_Harry_Tutunjian.PDF
We have an exciting ribbon cutting taking place at The Conservatory tomorrow afternoon, so do expect two rounds of pictures.
Have a wonderful Thursday.