From the Doral Tribune:
Starting in 2015, Miami-based environmental activist Delaney Reynolds began asking dozens of public officials across South Florida to consider working with her to create a law that would change the way new homes are constructed – and “help change the world for the better.”
One mayor just a few miles from here answered her call, Phil Stoddard, widely known as an activist in his own right, a proponent of renewable energy, an environmentalist. The South Miami mayor quickly responded and set a course whereby he and Reynolds would work side by side for a year to research and write the language that would make up a new “Solar Requirements” section to the city’s Land Development Code.
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