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On May 26, Cleveland Mayor Jane Campbell introduced Andrew Watterson as the city's first sustainability programs manager. Watterson is a native of Greater Cleveland and has experience constructing green buildings, including the Cleveland Environmental Center. The new position is designed to help the city save money, create jobs, and improve public health through environmentally friendly programs. EcoCity Cleveland helped to lead a consortium of local sustainability organizations that worked with the city to create the position and raise funds to support it.