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    dstutters
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    Hi all.



    I'm a new member to this group, so I'm not quite sure of topics and

    culture etc.



    I live in Denver and we're in the midst of winter of course. I'm

    getting sick of my energy bills. I paid 267 last month. That's the

    highest energy bill I've ever paid.



    Another month or two and this should calm down.



    What are those of you in other states paying?



    Thanks,

    Deb










  2. #2
    Karen Pierce
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    Mine was $265 this month...not the highest it's ever been. There was one month last year that I paid over $325. KarenP

    dstutters <dstutters@yahoo.com> wrote: Hi all.

    I'm a new member to this group, so I'm not quite sure of topics and
    culture etc.

    I live in Denver and we're in the midst of winter of course. I'm
    getting sick of my energy bills. I paid 267 last month. That's the
    highest energy bill I've ever paid.

    Another month or two and this should calm down.

    What are
    those of you in other states paying?

    Thanks,
    Deb




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    Robyn Jarrell
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    Deb, If you're paying 267 for ALL your utilities, then I say GREAT. I pay that

    just for my gas bill. My water is around 70 and my electric is around 50. I have

    just joined the budget plan for the gas bill. Mine keeps on climbing!!





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    Hi all.



    I'm a new member to this group, so I'm not quite sure of topics and

    culture etc.






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    Karen Pierce
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    My utilities don't include water, sewer or anything like that. My energy bill is just electric and gas. I actually was figuring on a bill of about $350 this month, with the bitter cold we had, so I was pleasantly surprised at my $265 bill. karenP

    Robyn Jarrell <robyn.jarrell@yahoo.com> wrote: Deb, If you're paying 267 for ALL your utilities, then I say GREAT. I pay that just for my gas bill. My water is around 70 and my electric is around 50. I have just joined the budget plan for the gas bill. Mine keeps on
    climbing!!

    ----- Original Message ----
    From: dstutters
    Subject: Budget101.com : Energy Bills

    Hi all.

    I'm a new member to this group, so I'm not quite sure of topics and
    culture etc.



    <div id="RTEContent"><font face="verdana, helvetica, sans-serif" color="#bf00bf">Karen Pierce<font face="verdana, helvetica, sans-serif" color="#bf00bf">Brookfield, WI<font color="#bf00bf"><font face="verdana, helvetica, sans-serif"><font color="#0000ff"><font color="#bf00bf"><font face="verdana, helvetica,
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    Here in Arkansas we pay about $100 for electric ($250 in the summer), $350 for

    gas in the winter ($35 the rest of the time) and $60 for water.



    >

    > I live in Denver and we're in the midst of winter of course. I'm

    > getting sick of my energy bills. I paid 267 last month. That's the

    > highest energy bill I've ever paid.

    >

    > Another month or two and this should calm down.

    >

    > What are those of you in other states paying?

    >

    > Thanks,

    > Deb

    >

    >



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    Herlean
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    About the same here in Ohio. We have old windows, so our home is not the most

    efficient. I know once we replace them that our utilities will go down. Trying

    to find great windows at a good price. We would prefer not to finance them, so

    we are putting it off a bit.



    We have level billing, which is great, until the "catch up" month hits, then

    we get a huge bill. We are sending in some extra every month, but there's no

    way to cover that full large amount all at once. Not right now.



    Herlean



    dstutters <dstutters@yahoo.com> wrote:

    Hi all.



    I'm a new member to this group, so I'm not quite sure of topics and

    culture etc.






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    herberkids3
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    I'm in Michigan. Right now, we live in a 1500 sq ft apartment, and

    only pay electricity. Heat is included in the rent (thank GOD!). Our

    electricity runs about $80 a month right now, but in the summer, it

    will be higher when we use the AC. I want to say we were around

    $150/month over the summer.



    Last winter, we lived in a 900 sq ft house that was very poorly

    insulated, and we were spending at least $300 a month on heat.



    This place is also poorly insulated (we have the heat cranked up to

    about 80-85, the living room is roasting, but all the bedrooms are

    freezing). I'm really glad we don't pay heat, I don't even want to

    imagine how high it is. I'd think with the complex paying it, they'd

    be more interested in making the place better insulated.





    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "dstutters" <dstutters@...> wrote:

    >

    > Hi all.

    >

    > I'm a new member to this group, so I'm not quite sure of topics and

    > culture etc.

    >

    > I live in Denver and we're in the midst of winter of course. I'm

    > getting sick of my energy bills. I paid 267 last month. That's

    the

    > highest energy bill I've ever paid.

    >

    > Another month or two and this should calm down.

    >

    > What are those of you in other states paying?

    >

    > Thanks,

    > Deb

    >










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    butter
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    My heating oil was at $3.20 per gallon my last delivery. The gas company has gone up substantially and the electric bill is no better.<br class="webkit-block-placeholder">It appears that all efforts to hold down usage are ridiculous around here (Boston, MA) because the delivery charges, etc. they add on are absolutely ridiculous.<br class="webkit-block-placeholder">It's a very difficult year for us .<br class="webkit-block-placeholder">Laine<br class="webkit-block-placeholder">
    On Feb 4, 2008, at 8:54 AM, Karen Pierce wrote:<blockquote type="cite">

    <font face="Georgia" size="4" style="font: 13.0px Georgia;">KarenP [/quote]



 

 
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