BEDFORD 2020’S TASK FORCES ARE ON THE JOB FOR YOU.

Business

CURRENT PROJECTS
Put More Green In Your Business!
A workbook for local small business owners to learn 20 tips for putting more green in your business: good for the environment, good for the bottom line!
Energy Upgrades for Your Small Business
Stay tuned for the Spring 2015 launch of a new program connecting small business owners with easy energy efficiency. Whether you rent or own, you can save money, conserve energy, and increase comfort in your business.
ALL ABOUT THIS TASK FORCE

Local businesses contribute 15% of our greenhouse gas emissions. The Business Task Force is comprised of business leaders in areas such as manufacturing, insurance, real estate, retail and food, located in the Town of Bedford and surrounding communities. The Task Force will facilitate ways in which all businesses might work together to reduce energy usage, improve waste/recycling, improve transportation strategies, support local food initiatives, and support Town’s water and land use goals.

Our goals are:

  • Share best practices and collaborate to reduce energy usage and improve waste and recycling
  • Promote specific projects such as car show, home energy retrofits, reduced packaging/plastic bags and access to local food
  • Develop a Recognition Program to promote businesses that are achieving Bedford 2020 objectives
MEMBERS
“Stuart Stuart Marwell (Chair)
Curtis Instruments
stuart.marwell@gmail.com
Generic-Friend-60 Cynthia Brennan
Owner, Table Local Market
Generic-Friend-60 James A. Diamond
Diamond Property Management, LLC
Generic-Friend-60 Dan Ginnel
Ginnel Real Estate
Generic-Friend-60 Leslie Lampert
Café of Love
Generic-Friend-60 Greg Riley
President, Bedford Hills Chamber of Commerce
Generic-Friend-60 Michael Schechter
Computer Experts Group, and
Katonah Chamber of Commerce
Generic-Friend-60 Phyllis Tunnell
Mount Kisco Chamber of Commerce
Generic-Friend-60 Diana Tyler
Kelloggs & Lawrence Hardware Store
Generic-Friend-60 Jim Wood
President, Bedford Farmers Club