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Red Door Home awarded for its excellence
HUNTINGTON – Home Furnishings and Design Source Red Door Home in Huntington has been named one of the stars of Home Accents Today retail for 2021.
Red Door Home, owned by Len Goddard, is located at 4341 US 60 in Huntington.
The All-Star Retail List, now in its 17th year, recognizes independent home accessory retailers – including furniture stores, home furnishings stores and bathrooms. interior design exhibition – who sell creatively, have a positive presence in their local communities and stand out from the competition. It publishes annually in the May issue of Home Accents Today.
“Home Accents Today’s 2021 Retail Star List features some of the nation’s top independent home decor and accessories retailers,” Thomas Lester, editor of Home Accents Today, said in a statement. Press. “Retail has rebounded a lot from the closures forced by the pandemic, and furniture stores have helped ramp up. Their efforts have contributed to our ongoing economic recovery. This annual honor recognizes their skills, hard work and dedication, and should remind all of us to support local businesses.
Increased natural gas costs for Columbia Gas of Ky customers.
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Columbia Gas, of Kentucky, has received approval from the Kentucky Civil Service Commission for its most recent gas cost adjustment.
The cost of gas supply to Columbia Gas of Kentucky, effective June 1, will be $ 4.9177 per cubic feet (1,000 cubic feet), an increase of $ 0.5049 from last quarter. The next scheduled adjustment will take place in September.
Columbia Gas of Kentucky adjusts its gas supply cost quarterly to reflect current market conditions. Quarterly adjustments are submitted to the PSC for approval. Natural gas distribution companies do not realize a profit on their gas costs, and Columbia Gas of Kentucky passes the cost on to customers without mark-up.
A customer’s monthly bill is made up of two main items: the cost of gas supply and delivery charges. The cost of gas supply includes the cost of commodities, interstate pipeline charges, and storage costs.
Delivery charges cover the cost of delivering gas to the customer’s home or business via the company’s pipeline infrastructure, as well as line inspection, repair, 24-hour emergency service out of 24, etc. More information on how the company bills customers is available on the company’s website at https://www.columbiagasky.com/bills-and-payments/understanding-your-bill.
Customers can join the Budget Payment Plan, which spreads winter heating costs throughout the year and allows customers to pay the same amount each month. Flexible payment plans and financial assistance for customers facing financial hardship due to COVID-19 are also available. Visit https://www.columbiagasky.com/COVID-19.
Eligible customers may also be eligible for federal assistance from the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program’s Spring Grant program through Community Action by calling 1-800-244 -2275.
Chillicothe Steel expands in Gateway industrial park
CHILLICOTHE, Ohio – Chillicothe Steel, a local steel service center, in conjunction with JobsOhio, Ohio Southeast Economic Development and Greater Chillicothe and Ross County Development, has announced plans to expand into the Gateway Interchange industrial park, creating eight new jobs and investing $ 1.4 in capital assets, according to a joint press release from the company and economic development organizations.
The family business has been established in Chillicothe for almost 30 years. The company sells products throughout Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky, as well as to customers in other regions. The expansion of the business is expected to create eight new full-time jobs.
“At Chillicothe Steel, we take great pride in our excellent service and customer satisfaction. We are pleased to help grow the Chillicothe region, ”Company President Jeff Crace said in a press release.
The Ross County Community Improvement Corporation helped locate the company in the Gateway Interchange Industrial Park. Ross County will provide additional economic development incentives as the project progresses.
“Chillicothe Steel is a respected and growing company in our community, employing over 30 skilled workers. It is important for our community to show its commitment by making our resources available for this expansion, ”said Tammy Eallonardo, director of economic development for Greater Chillicothe and Ross County Development, in the statement.
JobsOhio and its regional partner, Ohio Southeast Economic Development, also helped the expansion with a $ 25,000 construction cost grant.