Tuesday, August 03, 1999

Heat help in Butler Co.

        Low-income residents who live in Butler County may be eligible to receive free fans or air conditioners along with assistance in paying utility bills.

        Priority will be given to households with adults older than 60 or children younger than 6 or those with a medical or other disability. Window air conditioners will be given to households with a member with a verifiable medical problem worsened by the heat. All others will receive box fans.

        People needing help are asked to call the non-profit Supports to Encourage Low-income Families Inc. Call 868-9300 or (888)-432-7022. Fans and air conditioners will be distributed from the organization's Hamilton, Middletown and Oxford locations.


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