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July 13, 2012NORTH MISSOURI | By: Grady
The Green Hills Community Action Agency will be providing aid to keep struggling north Missouri households cool this summer.
The agency out of Trenton can help with an additional 300 dollars for emergency shut off situations for those who qualified as of last October. Those who have changed their address or did not apply for energy assistance last fall will need to complete a new application. Energy Services Director, Terri Henderson says they're basing financial qualification on 135 percent of the Federal poverty guideline.