On July 20, the CBJ Assembly will be considering a bond package for this fall’s ballot. It will include construction projects to help create and maintain jobs while meeting some long standing community needs.
CBJ spends more than $8 million annually on energy to heat, cool and ventilate buildings, distribute water, move sewage, transport people and more. Average buildings waste one-third of the energy they use. Investing in energy efficiency can reduce CBJ costs.
Source: Opinion: Bond package should include energy cost savings measures | Juneau Empire