(SANILAC COUNTY) -- The Sanilac County Board of Commissioners met Tuesday afternoon and scheduled a public hearing to discuss the Property Assessed Clean Energy, or PACE, program. The PACE program is designed to help businesses save money and create jobs while creating green energy, and requires no taxpayer money. Any decisions regarding the implentation of PACE in Sanilac County will be made after the public hearing, which is scheduled for Tuesday, November 12 at 2:30 p.m. in the commissioner's chambers. In other business, commissioners appointed David Robinson to the Department of Human Services Board. This will be his 4th term on the board, set to expire on October 31st, 2016. Commissioners also elected Kurt VanConant as the Gulf War Veteran Representative for Sanilac County's Veteran's Affairs Board. Kurt spent 22-years with the Navy and retired in 2003. Commissioners also awarded a bid to Stull's Construction to replace every window in the county courthouse at a cost not to exceed $103,495. Funding for the project will be drawn from the county's physical resource fund.