Peru voters approve stretch energy code

PERU — Voters approved a new stretch energy code, which will require newly constructed buildings to be more energy efficient, during Saturday's annual town meeting.

According to Town Clerk Kim Leach, 34 of the town's 604 registered voters, or about 5.6 percent, turned out for the meeting.

All 39 of this year's warrant articles were approved, including $8,000 for a new boiler for the Town Garage, $125,00 for a new plow truck and $873,476 needed for the Central Berkshire Regional School District's fiscal 2019 assessment.


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