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Outagamie Co. helping with heating assistance

Outagamie County's emergency management department says people need to call the county, to get help paying for propane.

Governor Walker announced yesterday that the state is offering $8.5 million dollars in assistance, as supplies shrink, and prices rise.

Mike Pamperin is the county's deputy emergency management director. He says people who make up to 80 percent of the average state income, can qualify for up to $600.

People who need help, should contact the county's energy services office, or the state's home energy assistance program.

posted : January, 28th by WHBY

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