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Benton County Shuts Down Energy Audit

Posted: September 13, 2013 at 5 a.m.

A proposed energy audit has been put on hold by Benton County Judge Bob Clinard, who said the project demanded too many limited resources.

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John Sudduth, Benton County’s general services administrator, said the county has 20 buildings of varying age and condition. He said a survey shows 93 HVAC units with many older units still in service. Sudduth also said the county is concerned with water use in the jail and juvenile detention center where detainees sometimes try to abuse the facilities and even flood their cells.

Source: Staff Report

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