400 Foot Wells Part Of District Cost Savings

The new Northside Elementary School will have something no other school in

the district does. A geothermal system instead of a traditional boiler. Our Dan Deicher was on the construction site Tuesday talking with District Energy Manager, Kermit King.


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King says yearly heating and cooling costs for the new school will be about $24 thousand cheaper. And the district might also qualify for about $100 thousand in savings from a state incentive program for green building design. The new school should be done in time for fall classes to begin.

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