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More on Saturday's PUD Grand Opening of its new service center in Olds Station. I caught up with Shared Services Director Dan Frazier, who's been involved with the new facility since it was thought of almost ten years ago; I asked him how long the administration building is expected to last:

Frazier was also asked about the building's sustainability:

And something I've always wanted to know: who gets the bills for the power, water and other utilities the PUD uses?

One thing they want you to know about the building: it's forty percent more energy efficient than code.

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