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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 13, 1977

f'age Six THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Friday, May 13, 1977

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ICC may use solar
power to heat water

(continued from Page 1)
Stitt said the project would
have a long-term payback per-
iod, saving between $2,500 and
$3,000 per year.
The group is confident BUD
will approve the grant applica-
tion. College Housing in Austin,
Texas has developed a aolar
energy project similar to the
one planned by the ICC. That
cooperative organization applied
for and received federal funds
from BUD.
Stitt also said he would seek
cooperation from the Ann Arbor
City Council. "We will have to
deal with the Building and Safe-
ty Department and we have had
to do some gymnastics in our

relationship with that group in
the past, so we're going to seek
the support of the Council on
this," he explained.
At first, the ICC board of di-
rectors hedged on the idea of
developing a costly solar energy
facility, fearing that members
were not interested in the pro-
ject.
But then, Stitt explained, an
ad hoc committee called the
"Sunshine Kids" picked up the
cauae.
"The Sunshine Kids circulated
petitions at the dinners one night
and got a whole bunch of signa-
tures. The board of directors
passed the proposal unanimous-
ly at the next-meeting."

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