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New Phila receives $35K to upgrade city lighting

Mayor Joel Day's goal is to change all of the city's streetlighting into LED light, and at Monday's City Council meeting, the idea became one leap closer to reality. The city was presented a check for $35,000 by Michael LaScola, a coordinator for American Electric Power's Energy Efficiency program. Within four months, the city earned more than the 773 points needed in AEP Ohio's Community Energy Savers program to be awarded $35,000 that will be used to upgrade all of the downtown's lighting to brighter, energy-saving LED lights. To reach the point goal, homeowners and businesses owners could participate in a variety of programs that educated and promoted saving energy.

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