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Business improves home efficiency, supports weatherization for needy

December 5, 2013 in Uncategorized

GRAND FORKS – The return of below-freezing temperatures could mean the return of chilly drafts in homes.

A new business in Grand Forks offers a way to eliminate drafts and other energy problems — and the profits go toward providing that same wea…continue reading on thedickinsonpress.com

Business improves home efficiency, supports weatherization for needy

December 5, 2013 in Uncategorized

GRAND FORKS – The return of below-freezing temperatures could mean the return of chilly drafts in homes.

A new business in Grand Forks offers a way to eliminate drafts and other energy problems — and the profits go toward providing that same wea…continue reading on thedickinsonpress.com

Heating assistance requests down statewide: Benefit available for low-income family, elderly, disabled

October 12, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

With the first snow of the season having passed through bringing with it the reminder that North Dakota winters are downright chilly, heating bills are sure to be on the way. Continue Reading

Tri-Valley Opportunity Council loses weatherization contracts

April 15, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Citing “findings of mismanagement and accounting, reporting and work performance deficiencies,” the Minnesota Commerce Department has terminated contracts with Tri-Valley Opportunity Council to help low-income northwest Minnesotans with weatherization assistance. Tri-County’s executive director says the Crookston-based agency “screwed up” but also “had not been given a fair shake in justifying what we did and how we did it.” Continue Reading

Tri-Valley Opportunity Council loses weatherization contracts

April 15, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Citing “findings of mismanagement and accounting, reporting and work performance deficiencies,” the Minnesota Commerce Department has terminated contracts with Tri-Valley Opportunity Council to help low-income northwest Minnesota residents with weatherization assistance. Tri-County’s executive director says the Crookston-based agency “screwed up” but also “had not been given a fair shake in justifying what we did and how we did it.” Continue Reading

Tri-Valley Opportunity Council loses weatherization contracts

April 15, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Citing “findings of mismanagement and accounting, reporting and work performance deficiencies,” the Minnesota Commerce Department has terminated contracts with Tri-Valley Opportunity Council to help low-income northwest Minnesotans with weatherization assistance. Tri-County’s executive director says the Crookston-based agency “screwed up” but also “had not been given a fair shake in justifying what we did and how we did it.” Continue Reading