Washington urges people with overdue utility bills to get help before shutoff moratorium ends Sept. 30

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September 21, 2021 - 4:45pm

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On an opposite scale of what SNAP directors have been asking of Seattle residents, Lucy Preatt of Hopelink, an energy assistance organization, says they have more money than they can think of as a result of COVID-19 assistance. As with SNAP in Seattle, however, they are urging everyone who is need of assistance to apply for whatever help they can qualify. The article also provides a phone line for assistance: 211, that you may call to know if you qualify for state programs.

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Land, T. (2021, Sep 15). "Washington urges people with overdue utility bills to get help before shutoff moratorium ends Sept. 30." NBC-K5. Retrieved fromĀ https://www.king5.com/article/news/local/washington-state-utility-paymen...

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Ted Land, "Washington urges people with overdue utility bills to get help before shutoff moratorium ends Sept. 30", contributed by Briana Leone, The Energy Rights Project, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 21 September 2021, accessed 27 October 2021.