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OREGON, OH (Toledo News Now) -
city leaders are planning to make their municipal complex more energy efficient
while saving the taxpayers money.
three separate buildings, sometimes our heating and cooling is working at cross
purposes and it's relatively expensive to operate," said City Administrator
city spends over $200,000 a year on operating the municipal complex. Beazley
says the city is planning to convert to geothermal energy to save money.
we will be doing is some borings in the front and go down and provide a lower-cost
energy source for the building for many years to come," he said.
more energy-efficient building will eliminate the gas bill and spread the
electric bill so demand charges will be lowered over time.
always looking at ways of lowering our costs of providing our services,"
Beazley said. "These buildings are going to be here for many years to come. It's
the way we meet our service needs, we operate out of these buildings."
majority of city operations are done out of the complex. Soon after the project
is finished, Beazley says they will look at converting other buildings in the
think we're going to spend approximately $1.7 million for our complex, and that's
going to include anything from roofs …anything that we've put off for a long
time," he said.
city will pay for the project over time with energy savings and various
partnerships. A meeting was held Monday night to put funds in place for the
building. Bids and proposals will be taken at the beginning of next year, which
will determine when the project will begin.