As the Baltimore City school system works out a deal to close a budget deficit, it also is trying to reduce big energy bills.
An energy auditor found many utility bills the school system should not be paying. Shortly after Chief Operating Officer Keith Scroggins joined the school system, he found out it was paying a utility bill for a building it didn’t own anymore. The bill cost city schools $300,000.
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