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Free Energy Services Offered to Low-Income Residents


Qualifying low-income residents can now apply to receive a onetime utility assistance payment for their gas or electric bill, free safety testing on home gas appliances, and home weatherization services, the Community Action Commission announced this week. Eligible Santa Barbara households include a family of four with two children with an annual total income that does not exceed $47,200 or a single adult earning less than $24,544 a year. For more information, call (800) 655-0617 or 964-8857.

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