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Let the competition begin.

Holland's race for "$5 million and change" launched Thursday evening in a kick-off complete with a chat with the Georgetown  University Energy Prize founder. A room full of government officials, movers and shakers and smart energy advocates. An envoy from Lansing bearing a proclamation from Gov. Snyder. And just a little trash talk.

Good-hearted trash talk, to be sure. But the competition is serious.

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Balancing passions can be tough – particularly when one is for preserving the integrity of an historic house and the other is for supporting an energy efficient community.

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Ultimately, the Holland Community Energy Plan calls for making thousands of city homes more energy efficient, to help cut city energy consumption by 50 percent by 2050.

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"Saving money,” says Alex Calder, asked what he hopes most for from the Home Energy Retrofit Program.

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A group of pioneers gathered near Lake Macatawa, pondering their role in a radically different future Holland.

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While a pilot project tests the potential for major energy savings in 25 Holland homes, the rest of the city doesn't need to wait on the sidelines.

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The City of Holland today unveiled a new e-newsletter.  This is a resumption of a practice the City engaged in years ago -- though, of course, with a technological twist.  The e-newslette

Approval is subject to the following regulations in accordance with Section 19-6 of the City Code:

Awning, canopy, marquee signs or projecting signs which extend over the City right-of-way, require a revocable license from City Council prior to receiving a building permit.  (Section 39-347