Jessica Cejnar / Today @ 1:21 p.m. / Infrastructure, Local Government Crescent City Hopes Energy Projects Will Realize Enough Savings to Fund Improvements at New City Hall Building

Crescent City’s current city hall building. Photo: Andrew Goff

Crescent City has entered the first phase of a project staff hope will lead to enough energy savings to pay for improvements to its new city hall.

Four members of the City Council approved a professional services agreement Monday with Johnson Controls for an energy audit and feasibility study. The goal for the Washington-based company is to determine projects that could make the city’s water and sewer systems, along with facilities and operations paid for out of its general fund, more energy efficient.

“The goal of

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