“Climate Mayors” voice concern about EPA dismantling Clean Power Plan
Salisbury Mayor Jake Day and Rehoboth Mayor Paul Kuhns join mayors across the nation voicing opposition to the EPA dismantling the Clean Power Plan. The mayors sending a letter to the EPA saying that climate change is felt locally, but cities depend on state and federal governments to enact responsible legislation and regulation. Mayor Day says the letter expresses concerns with lowered priority of the health of the environment, which in turn affects all citizens living in it. The group, known as the “Climate Mayors” previously voiced concerns when President Donald Trump pulled out of the Paris Climate agreement last June.