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10/31/2012 10:29:00 AM
6 HUSD schools go solar
Workers pour concrete around the steel girders to set them in place for the covered parking that will incorporate solar panels at Glassford Hill Middle School on Saturday.
Trib Photo/Sue Tone
Workers pour concrete around the steel girders to set them in place for the covered parking that will incorporate solar panels at Glassford Hill Middle School on Saturday.
Trib Photo/Sue Tone
Prescott Valley Tribune


Arizona Public Service's Solar Power Shade Structures workers have begun installing parking structures containing solar panels at three Humboldt Unified Schools: Glassford Hill Middle School's main parking lot; Granville Elementary School's main parking lot; and Coyote Springs Elementary School's main parking lot, north part of the staff parking lot, and main ballfield.

As with the recently completed 2011 APS projects at Mountain View Elementary, Lake Valley Elementary, and Liberty Traditional schools, there will be construction activity and some temporary changes to traffic flow. At all times, public safety will be the district's first priority. Parents may want to allow a little more time to enter and exit for student pickups.

According to Ken Johnson, HUSD project manager, with the completion of the 2012 projects, HUSD will receive 20 percent of its electrical needs from solar installations. APS grants paid for all construction costs with no public funds used on these projects.


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