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Don’t let seasonal spikes become the new normal for utility bills

Dr. J. Robert McClure

ContextFlorida

Floridians aren’t surprised when they see seasonal spikes on their utility bills. A lengthy cold snap in January or lingering summer heat can send their energy bills soaring like fireworks on the Fourth of July.

Fortunately, in a state blessed by ocean breezes and a climate ranging from temperate to subtropical, there’s welcome relief in the months when temperatures — and utility bills — remain in the moderate range.

Poll

How many pets do you own?

1-3
33% (1 vote)
4-6
33% (1 vote)
More than 7
33% (1 vote)
Total votes: 3

Should the county spay/neuter pets before adoption rather than requiring the new owner to do it within 30 days?

Yes, the county should do the spay/neuter before adoption.
67% (33 votes)
No, if they think the person is responsible to adopt then they can get the work done.
8% (4 votes)
Leave it up to the owner. It's not the county's business
18% (9 votes)
Why is the county in the animal business anyway?
2% (1 vote)
I don't care.
4% (2 votes)
Total votes: 49

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