MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (WDTN) - An energy-efficient project in the Middletown School District is saving big bucks.
The business manager for the district says the light fixtures at all Middletown elementary schools will be replaced with more efficient ones.
Outdoor fixtures like parking lot and stadium lights will be replaced with LED fixtures.
School leaders estimate the move will save the district about $100,000 per year.
It will not cost taxpayers a dime.
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