Johnathan Stewart of the consulting firm CMTA, third from left, discussed reducing hallway lighting to save on electric bills with, from left, Serita Stigall, Ken Clark, Britney Thompson, Carrie Kelty, also of CMTA, Bob Moore and Tresine Logsdon at Henry Clay High School on Wednesday.
Johnathan Stewart of the consulting firm CMTA, third from left, discussed reducing hallway lighting to save on electric bills with, from left, Serita Stigall, Ken Clark, Britney Thompson, Carrie Kelty, also of CMTA, Bob Moore and Tresine Logsdon at Henry Clay High School on Wednesday. HERALD-LEADER
Johnathan Stewart of the consulting firm CMTA, third from left, discussed reducing hallway lighting to save on electric bills with, from left, Serita Stigall, Ken Clark, Britney Thompson, Carrie Kelty, also of CMTA, Bob Moore and Tresine Logsdon at Henry Clay High School on Wednesday. HERALD-LEADER

Schools look to save money, help environment

July 23, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED July 23, 2010 06:18 AM

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