Ky. Governor and Attorney General Address Propane Delivery Concerns

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Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/30 6:35 pm
Governor Steve Beshear and Attorney General Jack Conway have both said they are working to make sure propane is supplied to residential and commercial customers during the bitterly cold weather.

Beshear said he will keep waiving federal requirements on propane suppliers in order to ensure a fast delivery of fuel.

General Conway's office reported it is working with propane marketers and customers to get deliveries to their destinations in times of high demand, even if a company can't supply the necessary fuel.

The Kentucky Office of Emergency Management is encouraging residents to follow the Red Cross Winter Weather and Home Heating Preparedness Resources, including tips for storm safety and power outages.
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