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City eyes heating, cooling updates
An air compression runs loudly and constantly in the basement of Monroe City Hall. Its removal is one change an energy savings project could implement to improve heating and cooling throughout the building. The system, which project director Ty Miller of Schneider Electric called antiquated, causes humidity and cooling problems throughout different offices. (Times photos: Bridget Cooke)
Board of Public Works recommends energy savings project to council