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Mid-Missouri energy assistance program gets replenished

A program designed to help individuals and families with low income stay warm now has some extra funds.

ABC 17 News reported last month the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program already used 80% of its funds.

On Monday, ABC 17 learned officials have issued more spending from the winter crisis assistance funds to help replenish money for the program.

That will provide more than $230,000 for LIHEAP, enough to keep things running through the first week of March.

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