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4- <br />r ~ ~~ <br />ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO.44-a9-4G <br />of the City Manager <br />City of Eugene, Oregon <br />AMENDMENT OF DIRECTION FOR COMPLIANCE WITR BUILDING <br />ENERGY CONSERVATION POLICIES AND REPEAL OF ADMNISTRATIVE <br />ORDER NO. Z1-O1-04, <br />The City Manager of the City of Eugene Bnds that: <br />A. Under the provisions of Chapter IV, Section 16 of the Eugene Charter of 1976, the City <br />. Manager is designated as the administrative head of the City, specifically authorized to appoint, remove, <br />and direct all employes except as otherwise provided in the Charter}, and to enforce all ordinances of <br />the City. <br />B. 4n July 25, 2001, Administrative Order No. 21-01-04 was adopted directing that all City <br />personnel implement the energy conservation measures set forth in that Order. <br />C. Amore aggressive energy conservation approach has been identified as a part of an ~. <br />overall package of cost saving efforts to balance the City's budget in FY10 and beyond. During the FY10 <br />budget process, savings from operational changes in City buildings were identified and the utility budge <br />was reduced accordingly. <br />D, Energy use is the primary driver in the release of Greenhouse Gas ~GHG} emissions into <br />the atmosphere. These emissions have been identif ed as.a principal cause of global climate change. The <br />Eugene City Council has set aggressive goals for the organization to reach carbon neutral by 2020 and <br />reduce fossil fuel use 50% by 2030. Therefore, it is necessary to update the energy conservation <br />measures adapted by Administrative Order No. 21-01-04. <br />Now, therefore, <br />The City Manager of the City of Eugene orders that: <br />1. Based on the above findings, which are hereby adopted, all City personnel shall <br />implement the following energy conservation measures. The implementation of these measures will work <br />~o the benefit of the entire City organization by addressing budget issues in the short term and, in the <br />longer term, by supporting the City's climate change goals and underlying sustainability principles. <br />ENERGY CONSERVATION MEASURES <br />A. BUILDING TEMPERATURES <br />A one degree change of the heating or cooling temperature can affect the energy used by that system by <br />1 %. Standard thermostat settings for City work environments shall be 69° far heating and 76° for <br />cooling. Standard thermostat settings during unoccupied times for all City buildings are 55° for heating <br />and 80° for cooling. See details below. <br />Administrative Grder No. 44-09-06 -Page 1 of 5 <br />