I appreciate your comments on the need to renew commitment and connection with communities previousely involved with CEPs. I found even when working with stakeholder groups within the City, the need to facilitiate or provide an opporunity for a community dialogue on community climate action play a positive role in allowing business, residents, and some of our local stakeholders (Health Authority, School District, University) to share what they have accomplished in reducing energy use and finding alternatives ways to get arounf the City. On the building / construction side, the Regional District has spearhearded a Green Building Series, which allows residents to share their experiences in green building construction with other homeowners. But contractors and other professionals also tend to come and also share theur stories and network. These kinds of actions help keep CEEPs in the community’s mind and allows for the opportunity for it to create new partnerships that may not have been foreseen during the planning stage.