Villa Park receives grants for lighting improvements
The Village of Villa Park will be updating the lighting in five of its municipal buildings thanks to two grants totaling $21,785.39.
New federal lighting standards dictate that commercial T-12 lights — which are used in many of the village’s buildings — must be removed and replaced.
To help offset the expenses of the project, the village received a grant from Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation in the amount of $6,7740 and one from the Illinois department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity for $15,011.39.
Because of these grants, the village will not have to spend any of its own money to remove the old lights or to replace them with new, energy-saving lights.
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