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Letter: High electric bills

James Roberts writes:
In response to having read and heard about ever increasing electric bills among everything else that has risen in price also. With the world being ever changing and uncertain on so many levels, we as human beings should always have a back up plan for constant changes in our every day life. We can all change cellular phone companies, internet providers, television media companies, insurance companies, and even where we do our banking. But one thing that we cannot change is how we all receive our electricity. Depending on where you live, you only have one choice.

That being said, there is one thing that we can do somewhat to curtail the burden of that expense. You can have a backup propane or natural gas heating source or wood and pellet stove that would greatly offset the electrical usage. Not only with electric price increases, but we should all have backup plans for everything else such as food, water and everyday necessities too. Just my thought, --James




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