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What does FPL stand for?

FPL stands for Fayetteville Public Library (Fayetteville, AR)

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Today, the list is growing, and these have earned LEED certification: * Heifer International, Little Rock, Platinum * William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Center, Little Rock, LEED New Construction-Silver; the center recently made additional changes and has achieved LEED Existing Buildings-Platinum * Camp Aldersgate Commons Building, Little Rock, Gold * Winrock International, Little Rock, Gold * Fayetteville Public Library, Silver * Argenta Community Development Corporation, North Little Rock, Certified * Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church, Little Rock, Certified * Innovation Center University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Certified * Sylamore Ranger District Office, Mountain View, Certified GREEN NEIGHBORHOODS Arkansas is seeing an increase in sustainable homes as well.
Blair stood out with a $3 million donation for the new Fayetteville Public Library building, which was named the Blair Library in honor of the gift.
Hundreds of boards were listed, but here is a small sampling: * Arkansas Arts Center * Arkansas Children's Hospital * Little Rock Parks Foundation * Winrock International * Catholic High Foundation * Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame * Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families * Little Rock Downtown Partnership * Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation * Big Brothers/Big Sisters * Easter Seals * Fayetteville Public Library * Hot Springs Documentary Film Institute * Jones Center for Families * Leave A Legacy Arkansas * Boys and Girls Clubs across the state * Hospitals across the state * Centers for Youth and Families Charitable Giving Honorees also make sure they give of their money too.
The City of Fayetteville has a stringent, new, 20-page tree ordinance, but it was the city itself that went chainsaw crazy at the future site of the new Fayetteville Public Library on School Avenue.