Gov. Chris Christie announced that 182,000 households with seniors or disabled residents already enrolled in the federal Low Income Home Energy Assistance program, will receive an extra $100 in home cooling assistance to cope with the state’s recent heat wave. The money, part of a federal program, is scheduled to be distributed in mid-August. Christie said the help will come as a credit on utility bills or a separate check.
“It’s not going to fix the whole problem,” he said. “But it’s definitely better than not addressing the problem at all.” More in Star Ledger.
Is this besides for the $200 check received in June. If I got that check, will I get this one as well? I provided a dr’s note explaining that my kids need AC
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