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Emergency heating officials are worried about how the recent cold spell with sub-zero temperatures could impact the number of people they will able to help this year with “crisis” funding.
“I’m sure there’ll be a lot of people in with really high bills, we’re expected to be flooded with people on the thirteenth,” said Kim Embry-Hill, executive director of the Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency.
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