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October News & Updates

Celebrating Four Decades of Assistance. For 40 years, our customers have been helping each other by contributing to M.U.D.’s Home Fund. This fund is a resource to provide bill assistance to those in need. We challenge our customers who are able to make a donation to help their neighbors and friends. Visit

Preparing for Winter. Did you know lowering your thermostat during the winter may result in savings of about 1% for each degree, per eight hours? As temperatures begin to drop, we have steps you can take to conserve energy and lower your heating bill. Visit

Staying Safe Online. In recognition of Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October, our team is working to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity for our employees and customers.

Be Carbon Monoxide Aware! Referred to as “the silent killer,” carbon monoxide (CO) is a gas that can be produced by incomplete combustion when carbon-based materials are burned such as wood, propane and natural gas. It can’t be seen, heard or smelled. Your first line of defense is to make sure your heating system is inspected every year by a licensed heating contractor. CO detectors can add a layer of protection. To learn about CO symptoms and what to do, visit

¡Tenga cuidado con el monóxido de carbono! Conocido como “el asesino silencioso”, el monóxido de carbono (CO) es un gas que puede ser producido por la combustión incompleta de materiales a base de carbono, como la madera, el gas propano y el gas natural. El CO no se puede ver, oír ni oler. Su primera línea de defensa es asegurarse de que el sistema de calefacción en su casa o negocio sea inspeccionado cada año por un contratista de calefacción con licencia/certificado. Los detectores de CO pueden ser o añadir protección adicional. Para obtener información sobre los síntomas del CO y qué debería hacer al respecto, visite