1 of 31: Randi Mail, Cambridge Recycling Director
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2 of 31: Barbra Batshalom, Executive Director, Green Roundtable
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3 of 31: Beth Rubenstein, Assistant City Manager for Community Development
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4 of 31: Richard Rossi, Deputy City Manager & Richard Scali, License Commission Chairman
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5 of 31: George Fiorenza, Ambassador Brattle Cab & Richard Rossi
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6 of 31: Sandy George, Citigate Cunningham & Richard Rossi
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7 of 31: Evan Enarson-Hering, Cambridge Systematics & Richard Rossi
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8 of 31: Jack Kutner & Daniel Goldstein, Clear Conscience Café & Richard Rossi
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9 of 31: Bert Lorscheider, EF Education First & Richard Rossi
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10 of 31: Chef Peter Davis, Henrietta’s Table & Richard Rossi
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11 of 31: Peter Reed & David Reed, Ambit Press & Richard Rossi
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12 of 31: Jeanne McDermott, Teacher; Erica DeRosa, Director of Advancement; Ann Jenkins, Parent
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13 of 31: Sprouts of Hope students with Richard Rossi
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19 of 31: Sprouts of Hope
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21 of 31: Catering by Whole Foods Market
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24 of 31: GoGreen Award display boards, designed by Robin Shore, Community Development Dept.
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25 of 31: The Shady Hill School team
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26 of 31: City Councillor Henrietta Davis
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27 of 31: City Councillor Sam Seidel & John Moore, clean air cab advocate
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28 of 31: Joel Nitzberg, Cambridge College & Randi Mail, Cambridge Recycling Director
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29 of 31: The team for EF Education First
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30 of 31: Sprouts of Hope with Richard Rossi
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31 of 31: Shady Hill School with Richard Rossi
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