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Dear A and S-

I will  invest in technology that will reduce our automobile and home emissions; I will buy clean power as a Deep Green customer, because we can; together we will ride our bicycles or walk in lieu of driving as much as we can; together we will enjoy the ocean, forest, paths and trails of Marin County.

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