The Madison Common Council has formally endorsed an effort to become the first in the state to transition to completely renewable energy.
This decision came Tuesday, when the council voted to put $250,000 into developing a transition plan by Jan. 18, 2018.
City officials and environmental advocates are applauding this groundbrea...
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