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Faced with up to $1 billion in education cuts statewide, area school districts are turning off the lights. In an effort to save energy -- and money -- schools are changing light bulbs, installing sensors and considering solar panels. Superintendents, who at some districts are struggling with proposed state cuts that equal more than $1,000 per student, say saving energy is a must for the environment and their budgets.
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