Mansfield Boy Scout Troop 51 will provide seniors and disabled residents one 5-gallon bucket of sand mix for your household sidewalks, stairs, etc. Please contact the Council on Aging at 508-261-7368 with your name, address, phone number and where you would like the sand bucket to be placed. Any donations of 5-gallon empty buckets would be appreciated. Empty buckets can be dropped off at the COA, 255 Hope St.; Mansfield.
The Mansfield Social Services Department and the Council on Aging are now available to take fuel assistance applications for Self-Help Inc., the Salvation Army’s Good Neighbor Energy Fund, and various other fuel assistance resources. To qualify for assistance, you must be income eligible. Click here for the Social Services 2014 Winter newsletter.
For guidelines and information, senior citizens should call the Council on Aging
On the heels of National Grid’s and NStar’s recently announced increases of approximately 40% in the cost of electricity starting in January 2015, MMED has fielded several inquiries from customers about MMED's winter rates. The good news is that the Generation Charge for January – March 2015 will be 8.1% less than the Generation Charge for October – December 2014, a reduction from 9.89 cents per kWh to 9.09 cents per
Net Metering Update
MMED offers a Net Metering rate for commercial customers with solar installations until the total capacity of all the installations reaches 2% of MMED's system peak demand. As of June 1, 2014 that capacity has been reached and MMED cannot offer additional net metering for commercial customers unless the Board of Light Commissioners formally raises that cap. If you have any questions, please contact Gary Babin at 508-261-7361.
125 High Street; Unit # 2
Mansfield, MA 02048
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