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  The County manages over 250 electricity 80 natural gas accounts for facilities consisting of: libraries, stadiums, public colleges, civic centers, county offices, police stations, correctional facilities, a justice center, a forensic science center, a public safety center, a convention center, municipal parking garages, recreation centers, wastewater treatment facilities, and water treatment and pumping facilities. In 2010 both gas and electric use for all these facilities cost us a total of nearly $19.5 million. Onondaga County has a history of being proactive in the reduction of its overall energy use.