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Tim Gallagher, an energy efficiency analyst for Minnesota Power's Commercial PowerGrant Conservation Program, right, presented a rebate check to Park Rapids Schools superintendent Glenn Chiodo and school board chair Sherry Safratowich. (Jean Ruzicka / Enterprise)

Park Rapids School District receives energy rebates

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Park Rapids Schools' energy efficiency projects are paying dividends.

This week, the school board accepted a rebate check of $32,124 from Minnesota Power, recognizing the lights upgrade and high efficiency motors and mechanical equipment installed, and a $15,000 rebate check from Ann Carlon of Minnesota Energy Resources Corp. for the new boilers.


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