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Community Action Promoting 'Emergency Furnace' Program; Energy Efficiency

Americans are expected to face some of the highest heating costs in recent memory this winter and a local non-profit is promoting a program for low-income residents as well as general energy efficiency tips.


On the WHOW Morning Show Friday, Breann Titus with Community Action told Regional Radio, the 'Emergency Furnace' program gives those that qualify for the LIHEAP assistance the to also make any repairs or replace altogether, the furnace in their homes.



According to Titus, Community Action has a team that can help its clients with weatherization, which can lead to lower heating and cooling costs. She also has some tips on how to reduce your energy costs this winter.



Titus points anyone wanting more information regarding the 'Emergency Furnace' program to visit capcil.info or call the Lincoln office for Community Action at 217-732-2159. 

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