Despite the $11 million in heating assistance to low income
Vermonters announced Tuesday, Congressman Peter Welch says the uncertainty over funding for LIHEAP – the low income home energy assistance program – is not over.
Record-setting snowfall and sub-zero temperatures in the Northeast have led to
increased demand for firewood this heating season. There’s also been an up-tick
in complaints by consumers who say they’re getting less firewood than they pay
We check in with Matt Cota, head of the
Vermont Fuel Dealers Association about trends in oil prices and how
customers are approaching this winter. Also, Jane Lindholm talks with mayor
Thomas Lauzon about how he envisions the city’s future.And Glover schoolkids help get veggies into their lunchroom.
Agriculture Secretary Roger Allbee joins us to discuss why prices paid to adiry farmers are particularly low this season. Also, how consumers are deciding whether to pre-buy winter heating fuel. And, as summer theaters open, the etiquette of being an audience member.