ACAP is fielding hundreds of calls an hour from people asking to see if they qualify for assistance when it comes to heating costs. This morning 519 calls came in between 8 and 9 am from people looking for help. While ACAP staff is doing everything they can to answer all of the calls, they are asking for patience from the public.
Snow has been an early visitor to the County this year, and as Ted said, more is on the way tomorrow. For a look at how our snow season is shaping up, here's Ted with part two of his winter forecast
Part one of Ted's winter forecast deals with projected energy use this season...
Refurbishing the park began this summer, with the work spearheaded by Eagle Scout candidates Carvor Pendexter, Ryan Cole and Paul Tardie III of Boy Scout Troop 177. The boys installed new flagpoles which are lit at night, restored the canon, and installed a walkway and benches leading to a memorial stone featuring the names of Washburn veterans.