Alabama residents receive help to cut energy costs

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WTVM) – Some people in Alabama are getting help paying their energy bills.

Governor Bob Riley has awarded almost $2 million to help Alabama's low-income residents cut their utility bills by making their homes more energy efficient.

The Alabama Weatherization Assistance Program give priority consideration to the elderly, those with disabilities and to low-income residents with children.

If you are interested in applying for help and you live in Barbour or Bullock County call 334-566-1712.

For Macon and Russell County call 334- 262-4300.  If you live in Lee County call (334) 821-8336, and if you live in Tallapoosa or Chambers call 256-825-4287.

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