A new building is opening at the Grand Canyon that will house the national park's science and resource management staff.
A ribbon cutting ceremony is planned for Tuesday, though the building won't open until next month.
The staff will move from antiquated buildings into the new one that was designed to be energy efficient with a water conservation system and solar power.
The funding for the green features came from a grant administered by the Flagstaff-based Grand Canyon Trust, and two utility providers.
The 8,800 square-foot building has office space, a conference and training room, two science labs, a weather station and a visitor lobby.
Grand Canyon officials say displays and information provided to visitors from the staff will help people learn about the canyon's scientific relevance.
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According to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, the incident took place in the 7300 block Northlake Mall Drive.
Many people lined up near Graham's childhood Church, which is now Grace Covenant Church.
An important receiving line of relatives and well wishers clearly demonstrated that Billy Graham was a man who cared about family.
According to the Concord Police Department, they received reports of gunfire inside the mall, but say there was no evidence of shots fired.
According to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, the incident happened in the 6200 block of Albemarle Road.