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12/23/2013 10:22:56 AM
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"Power Breakfast" Green Social, January 4, Town Hall

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Confused about whether these competing power and gas suppliers are reputable?  Are their deals too good to be true?   Can you save money by switching your supplier(s)?   What is the best deal for your wallet and for the environment?   The Town Climate & Environment Committee will try to help you find answers to those questions at a "Power Breakfast" Green Social on Saturday, January 4, 2014 at 10 a.m. in the Town Hall.  Paula Carmody from the State of Maryland Office of People's Counsel will explain competitive energy source options and help with your questions about your energy bills, energy choices, and the process of choosing your suppliers.  This will be an informal, interactive session that will last about one hour.   We will supply coffee, juice, bagels and donuts to give you your "energy" for the morning.

Please RSVP to Climate & Environment Committee co-chair John Kolakowski at jlk036@yahoo.com to reserve your spot today!   If you have specific questions you would like posed to our experts, please forward them to John in advance or raise them at the social.

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Confused about whether these competing power and gas suppliers are reputable? Are their deals too good to be true? Can you save money by switching your supplier(s)? What is the best deal for your wallet and for the environment? The Town Climate & Environment Committee will try to help you find answers to those questions at a "Power Breakfast" Green Social on Saturday, January 4, 2014 at 10 a.m. in the Town Hall. Paula Carmody from the State of Maryland Office of People's Counsel will explain competitive energy source options and help with your questions about your energy bills, energy choices, and the process of choosing your suppliers. This will be an informal, interactive session that will last about one hour. We will supply coffee, juice, bagels and donuts to give you your "energy" for the morning.

Please RSVP to Climate & Environment Committee co-chair John Kolakowski at jlk036@yahoo.com [mailto:jlk036@yahoo.com] to reserve your spot today! If you have specific questions you would like posed to our experts, please forward them to John in advance or raise them at the social.

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"Power Breakfast" Green Social-- Saturday, January 4, 10 a.m., Town Hall. RSVP to John Kolakowski at jlk036@yahoo.com.