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Following a report that Greeley's aging city facilities need more than $25 million in repairs, city officials are mulling an energy efficiency program that would pay for energy-smart improvements with utility cost savings. The upgrades, identified in an audit that was paid for through an energy block grant, would mean $1.7 million worth of improvements to lighting, ventilation, pool pumps and other utilities in seven Greeley buildings.
1/08 Greeley Tribune