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Gov: Report Loss From Power Outage

(HARTFORD, CT) – Gov.  Dannel P. Malloy is encouraging residents to report any losses or damage attributable to loss of power from the October Nor’easter to www.211ct.org or call 211.

“Connecticut residents have been through an unprecedented several months, and we are now thankfully in the final stages of recovery for people who were without power for a prolonged period of time,” Malloy said Friday. “I expect to make an announcement within two weeks regarding who will be tasked with a fair and timely distribution of funds from CL&P, and I am urging Connecticut residents who experienced any losses attributable to the power outages to contact 211. I am also suggesting people save any receipts for expenses. As we move forward, the information collected by 211 will help us determine how reimbursements will be made.”

For the most expedient reporting, 211 is recommending that residents visit www.211ct.org and enter basic demographic information and general damage information through an online form. They have also added staff to handle the anticipated increase in call volume.



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Hartford Begins Quest To Be Energy Efficient City

HARTFORD –The city’s is on a quest to “turn Hartford into the energy efficient capital city.”

The Department of Health and Human Services has launched an event to encourage residents to save money and energy, one light — one energy-saving step — at a time.

On Oct.  6,  Energy Star lighting products will be available for sale at the North End Farmer’s Market from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m at at 80 Coventry St. TechniArt Inc. will sell energy efficient light bulbs, fixtures, LED holiday lights and other lighting items at discounted prices made possible by the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund and Connecticut Light & Power.

City officials say this is everyone’s chance to “save money, save energy and help protect the environment.”

For more information please contact Rita Kornblum at (860) 757-4727 or rkornblum@hartford.gov

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