Green Patrollers visiting homes this summer

Green PatrolCôte Saint-Luc, June 11, 2013 – Homes, businesses, and institutions may receive a visit over the next eight weeks from a member of the Green Patrol, an island-wide program to provide information about ecological issues.

The Green Patrol agent will not ask to enter the home. She or he will be wearing a green t-shirt and have proper identification.

“Côte Saint-Luc once again will benefit from the services of the Green Patrol, an educational service offered by the Eco Quartier and the Agglomeration of Montreal,” said Mayor Anthony Housefather. “The goal is to give people information so they can choose to incorporate more ecological behaviours in their daily lives.”

The Green Patrollers will also set up kiosks at municipal buildings, schools, apartment buildings, and townhouse developments. They will also be at special events, such as Canada Day.

For more information regarding the patrollers, contact Juliana Costa, Environmental Technician for the City of Côte Saint-Luc at 514-485-6868, ext. 3106 or

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Media contact: Darryl Levine, Director of Public Affairs and Communications, 514-485-8905,


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