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Lincoln Public Library receives grant     Send a link to a friend

[JUNE 7, 2004]  The Lincoln Public Library District has received a $4,675 grant from the Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation to install new energy-efficient lighting systems in the historic Carnegie building.

The new lighting systems and T8 lamps have been installed in the main book stacks, the administrative office, the Donna Pegram Meeting Room, the Bess Keys Meeting Room and both hallways leading to the meeting rooms.

These new lights are designed to improve the quality of illumination in the library while reducing the monthly consumption of electricity.

[Lincoln Public Library District news release]

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