Certain homes could receive energy audits as part of study
The Green Park Rapids group is about to start surveying a pilot neighborhood to generate interest in "going green."
"We want to focus on helping folks save green," said Sharon Voyda, director of Park Rapids Housing and Redevelopment Authority and organizer of the Green Park Rapids project.
Many people think "going green" is expensive and won't save money, she said, but there are many affordable projects that can save money in the long run.
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