Gale Brewer was one of four City Council members to get a perfect score on the New York League of Conservation Voters’ environmental scorecard.
The league reviewed 13 bills from the 2008 to 2009 legislative session that have been introduced, and ranked Council members on their vote or support through sponsorship. Evaluated bills included congestion pricing, legislation that mandates room for bicycle storage and one that requires large buildings to undergo energy audits every 10 years.
A Brewer-authored law that barred commercial stores from leaving the door open when an air conditioner is operating was also considered by the league.
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