Livonia schools save $4 million in energy costs
From left are Ray Raymond, LPS administrator of operations; school board trustee Julie Robinson; school board trustee Tammy Bonifield; and Mike Bitar, regional president of Cenergistic.
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#1 Feb 28, 2013
Make a note of this for the next millage. This is $4 million they don't need and $4 million going back in time that they could have saved and neglected.
Why did it take a paid consultant to tell them to turn off the lights at night? Why turn the temperature up to 72 degrees on a snow day?
#2 Mar 1, 2013
Because the tax payers can be tapped and forced to keep paying hikes for bad management. We simply have NO representation by our elected leaders. We are all just piggy banks for those who cannot manage. The examples go on the on. Washington is a mess, Detroit is a mess, show me what area is properly run, in the black financially and has sound schools.
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