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Recent studies have concluded the building’s site energy use intensity to be 57.5% higher than the average comparable building. Electric costs were also found to be nearly $3,000 higher than the average comparable building.
The current structure is also not up-to-date on today's standards in ADA accessibility, security, or technology.
A new full-sized gym would allow for basketball practices and games to be held seven days a week without interference from BOE functions and save the DCP over $20,000 a year in gym rental space.
An improved Community Center may also serve as an incentive for new families to move into town, as well as improve property values and reinforce the decision of our aging community to remain in Summit.