Friday, January 18, 2013
Crews provide power for Holiday Stroll, Farmer's Market, and many other events and activities.
Friday, January 18
Wakefield Event Planning Committee Chair Paul DiNocco, second from left, recently thanked the Wakefield Municipal Gas & Light Department electric line crews for the work they do behind the scenes to prepare for community events. According to DiNocco, the crews not only help provide the electricity for the holiday lights and the committee’s Holiday Stroll, they have permanent power sources in the downtown area, on the Common, and at Hall Park/Veterans’ Field for the Farmers’ Market and other activities held throughout the year. Accepting the accolades are (from left to right) Lead Lineworker Ralph Brown; DiNocco; Lineworkers Kurt Bode, Ed Gaudreau and Brendon McDonough; Lead Lineworker Bill Gaffney; and Lineworkers Nick DiPietro, Mike …
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Gas and Light Dept. calendar features historic local photos. Available at WMGLD business office, 9 Albion Street.
The following is an announcement from WMGLD: The 2013 Wakefield Municipal Gas & Light Department (WMGLD) calendar is now available at the WMGLD business office at 9 Albion Street, Wakefield, while supplies last. This is the 27th year that the WMGLD has produced the historic calendar for its customers. This year’s calendar contains historical photographs from the past, including the Leonard Wiley House at the corner of Crescent and Water Streets, the Curtis Bakery delivery truck, and the Unitarian Universalist Church which is celebrating its bicentennial year in April. The calendar also provides tips on how to save energy throughout the year. Due to the limited number of calendars printed, only one calendar will be distributed per WMGLD …
Monday, November 19, 2012
Residential customers reminded to get an energy audit before they get an incentive rebate for energy improvements.
Monday, November 19, 2012
The following is an announcement from Wakefield Municipal Gas and Light Dept: Wakefield Municipal Gas & Light Department (WMGLD) residential customers are reminded that an energy audit must be done before they receive an incentive rebate for specific energy improvements through the Home Energy Loss Prevention Service (HELPS) program. All work reimbursed by the WMGLD incentive program must come from a recommendation made in the energy audit. The WMGLD incentive program offers money back for specific energy efficient improvements made only after an energy audit is performed in cooperation with the Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company (MMWEC) Residential Conservation Services (RCS) program. Audits are performed at no cost to …