- Associated Press - Sunday, September 17, 2017

MANCHESTER CENTER, Vt. (AP) - A U.S. Forest Service ranger station in Vermont is set to undergo a second phase of an “energy retrofit.”

The service says phase 1 of the project at the Manchester Center, which involved insulation and replacing windows, heating and cooling systems, resulted in almost $6,000 in energy savings.

The second phase will focus on the visitor center and adjacent conference room. As in phase 1, windows will be replaced and insulation installed.

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Construction is expected to last through December.

When the visitors center re-opens in January it will feature a new information desk and be better suited to serve the public. The second phase will save an estimated $2,900 in energy costs.

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