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Photo Gallery: Sec. Solis Visits New Hampshire
(August 5, 2010)
Standing in front of solar panels that will soon be part of the state’s largest roof-mounted solar array in New Hampshire’s Regeneration Park, Secretary Solis and Congresswoman Shea-Porter talk about the benefits of a “common-sense” green economy.
Andrew Kellar of Simple Green, leads Secretary Solis and Congresswoman Shea-Porter on a tour of Regeneration Park’s green construction site.
Secretary Solis points to the trademark painted lines on the “new” hardwood floors in Regeneration Park’s 2nd level suite of offices. These very floorboards graced the Detroit Pistons’ Cobo Arena from 1961 – 1978 and have been in storage for more than three decades.
Secretary Solis and Congresswoman Shea-Porter chat with Regeneration Park’s lead designers in front of old bleachers from local high school. The bleachers will be re-used as cabinets and moldings in the new green building.
Secretary Solis asks workers at Regeneration Park about the careful installation of weatherized windows and doors at the site.
Secretary Solis meets with local veterans, labor leaders and entrepreneurs in Manchester.
During her visit to Manchester on Wednesday, the Secretary greets Wayne Alterisio of the Letter Carriers Association.
Annamaria Colburn, whose forensic accounting firm is housed in Manchester’s Amoskeag Business Incubator, speaks with Secretary Solis and VETS Deputy Assistant Secretary Ortiz about her transition from Air Force medic to entrepreneur.
During a brief stop at “The Puritan” restaurant—a Manchester mainstay—Secretary Solis and Congresswoman Shea-Porter indulge in some Granite State treats!
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