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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-06-26

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The 2008 Lifetime Achievement Award dinner hosted by the Detroit
District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI Detroit) at the Ritz-
Carlton Hotel in Dearborn honored real estate developer Jerome L.
Schostak of Franklin, chairman and chief executive officer of the Livonia,
Michigan-based Schostak Brothers & Co. More than 700 people attended.
Above, Donald Benyas of Farmington HIlls with Jerome Schostak, Florine
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Harvey Goldsmith of West Bloomfield.

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Conservation Tips

What you can do to stop global warming — Michigan Coalition on the
Environment & Jewish Life

Spring and Summer

• Use pest and drought-resistant native plants.
• Take care of unwanted pests without toxic pesticides.
• Chip or compost yard waste instead of burning.
• Consider a berm (making a narrow shelf of earth) along the north side
of the building to help insulate. This berm can take the form of raised
garden beds, which can also allow one to care for plants and vegetables
more easily.
• Consider solar panels for heating your pool. If not, be conscious of
how much you are using to heat your pool.
• Use solar-powered pathway lights instead of wired lights.
• Use alternatives to lighter fluid like charcoal chimney or electric

Contact MI-COEJL for a variety of resources and presentations
on being guardians of Creation: (248) 642-5393, ext. 7;
mi-coejl@jfmd.org ; or www.mi-coejl.org .

Source: Michigan Coalition on the Environment & Jewish Life

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