Lincoln Da Costa, night custodian, shows off the old-style fluorescent bulbs used to light Birney Elementary School in Tacoma, Monday. Teachers unions, labor groups and contractors are backing a statewide ballot measure that would issue $505 million in bonds to pay for energy retrofits at public schools and colleges.
Lincoln Da Costa, night custodian, shows off the old-style fluorescent bulbs used to light Birney Elementary School in Tacoma, Monday. Teachers unions, labor groups and contractors are backing a statewide ballot measure that would issue $505 million in bonds to pay for energy retrofits at public schools and colleges. The Olympian
Lincoln Da Costa, night custodian, shows off the old-style fluorescent bulbs used to light Birney Elementary School in Tacoma, Monday. Teachers unions, labor groups and contractors are backing a statewide ballot measure that would issue $505 million in bonds to pay for energy retrofits at public schools and colleges. The Olympian

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