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Posted: Thursday, 07 November 2013 11:00AM

Kentucky Utilities Offering Assistance

A western Kentucky utility is encouraging its customers to work to help others during the approaching winter heating season. In an effort to help keep the heat on for people having problems paying their electric bills, Kentucky Utilities has announced that it will match two dollars for every one dollar that is donated by residential customers to the company's heating assistance program. Residential customers of Kentucky Utilities can donate to the assistance program by making a monthly pledge, or by making a one time contribution.

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