Mohawk Ambulance going green

GLENVILLE, N.Y. — Mohawk Ambulance is going green, the service finishing energy efficiency upgrades at its service station on Freeman's Bridge Road in Glenville.

A $50,000 grant through a program run by National Grid is helping to pay for lighting upgrades, a new h-vac system and makes the building more environmentally friendly overall.

Glenville's Town Supervisor Chris Koetzle says because this empty building is being used again, it will make a big difference for the town.

“Securing this grant helped make sure we can take this building, use it, put it back on the tax rolls and make it something important to our community,” said Koetzle.

Mohawk Ambulance employs more than 250 people and is the Capital Region's largest provider of ambulance service.

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