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NAPOLEON, OH (Toledo News Now) -
month, dozens of people in Napoleon have their power shut off after being
unable to pay their bills. Now, there's a new effort to keep that from
city is teaming up with local charities to help more families pay their bills.
The program will start within the next couple months.
Napoleon residents pay their utility bills, they'll have the option to round up
to the next dollar. The extra change will be pooled together and donated by the
city to a local organization that already helps families in need.
know that we have people struggling out there," said City Manager Jon Bisher. "This
might be a way that our utility could actually help in funding of those
city is still working out the details and choosing a charity to work with.