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Published: Tuesday, 2/24/2009

Lucas County is going green

Slug:  CTY green24p                             Date 2/23/2009           The Blade/ Amy E. Voigt                     Location: Toledo, Ohio NOTE TO DESK: The kids were not allowed to be photographed b/c they are foster kids. A video also accompanies this.  CAPTION:  Lucas County Commissioner Tina Skeldon Wozniak, right, talks with Terri Smith, left, after an energy audit was done on the house on February 23, 2008. The Smith family, who have 9 foster kids, are getting a "green makeover" with five other local families. Commissioner Tina Skeldon Wozniak started her Living Green &Saving Green tour at the Smith residence on 6048 Edgedale Circle. Coincidentally the Smith home is right next to the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition  home finished last fall. Slug: CTY green24p Date 2/23/2009 The Blade/ Amy E. Voigt Location: Toledo, Ohio NOTE TO DESK: The kids were not allowed to be photographed b/c they are foster kids. A video also accompanies this. CAPTION: Lucas County Commissioner Tina Skeldon Wozniak, right, talks with Terri Smith, left, after an energy audit was done on the house on February 23, 2008. The Smith family, who have 9 foster kids, are getting a "green makeover" with five other local families. Commissioner Tina Skeldon Wozniak started her Living Green &Saving Green tour at the Smith residence on 6048 Edgedale Circle. Coincidentally the Smith home is right next to the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition home finished last fall.
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Lucas County Commissioner Tina Skeldon Wozniak, right, talks with Terri Smith after an energy audit was performed on the Smith home Monday. Mrs. Smith, her husband, Lewis, and their nine foster children are getting a green makeover from the county, as are five other families in the county.


Slug:  CTY green24p                             Date 2/23/2009           The Blade/ Amy E. Voigt                     Location: Toledo, Ohio NOTE TO DESK: The kids were not allowed to be photographed b/c they are foster kids. A video also accompanies this.  CAPTION:  UT Industrial Engineer student Joe Javorsky, left, and Nick Roth, a UT Industrial Engineer grad student, center, perform an energy audit with UT professor Matt Franchetti, right, in the Smith family home on February 23, 2008. The Smith family, who have 9 foster kids, are getting a "green makeover" to help save energy and money with five other local families. Commissioner Tina Skeldon Wozniak started her Living Green &Saving Green tour at the Smith residence on 6048 Edgedale Circle which is coincidentally right next to the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition home finished last fall. Slug: CTY green24p Date 2/23/2009 The Blade/ Amy E. Voigt Location: Toledo, Ohio NOTE TO DESK: The kids were not allowed to be photographed b/c they are foster kids. A video also accompanies this. CAPTION: UT Industrial Engineer student Joe Javorsky, left, and Nick Roth, a UT Industrial Engineer grad student, center, perform an energy audit with UT professor Matt Franchetti, right, in the Smith family home on February 23, 2008. The Smith family, who have 9 foster kids, are getting a "green makeover" to help save energy and money with five other local families. Commissioner Tina Skeldon Wozniak started her Living Green &Saving Green tour at the Smith residence on 6048 Edgedale Circle which is coincidentally right next to the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition home finished last fall.
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From left, Joe Javorsky, an industrial engineering student at the University of Toledo, and Nick Roth, a UT graduate student, perform the audit in the Smith home with UT Professor Matt Franchetti. The audits are to help families save money and energy.




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