- A building electrification ordinance was also on the city’s list as an item to pursue in the 2023-24 fiscal year.
- “All of these steps take time, so I urge you to start the process as soon as feasible,” Ann Feeney, who serves on the city’s Sustainability Advisory Committee, said during public comment.
- Serena Pelka, policy advocate for the nonprofit Climate Action Campaign, wrote in a letter to the city an urge for swifter action. “Expanding fossil fuel infrastructure will lead to future stranded gas piping and appliances and is a missed opportunity to take climate action and protect public health,” Pelka said. “The City cannot continue to delay.”