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These hot summer days could mean a bigger than normal electric bill.  Gary Hurley, with City, Water, Light, and Power, says keeping your thermostat on 78-degrees could help cut down on costs.

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Hurley adds a few tips on keeping your bill as low as possible.

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Hurley says you should also minimize your light usage.  That means turn them off when you're not using them.  Huley says following these simple steps could mean a noticeable difference on your utility bill.

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