The process to make city-owned buildings in Kirksville more energy-efficient and replace water meters throughout town is complete, and at tonight’s council meeting the city is expected to certify completion of the project….the last thing needed to finish it in the eyes of the lender. In October 2012 the city and Schneider entered into a Performance Contract Project that included the replacement of water meters throughout the City; replacement of HVAC systems in several buildings; lighting replacements throughout all city buildings and several specific projects for both the airport and the aquatic center. The cost of this project was $4.7 million. At the end of October, the Council approved a financing for this project through US. Bank. US Bank financed the $4.7 million at 1.96% with a 10 year repayment schedule. The final payment to Schneider Electric was processed in January of this year. The City is required as part of the financing to accept the project as completed.