Air conditioning limits changed for state buildings

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The Douglas administration has changed the limits it set on the use of air conditioning in state buildings.

The Department of Buildings and Services had mandated that air conditioning be used only when the temperature reaches 80 degrees inside a building.

But some state workers say the temperature is uncomfortable and affects workers’ productivity.

A spokesman says the administration has now changed the limit from 80 degrees to 76 degrees.

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