DAYTON, Ohio -- The Community Action Partnership weatherizes hundreds of homes each year. Tuesday, Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown came to Ona Bowman’s Dayton home to explain how about $267 million will help expand CAP’s Home Weatherization Program.
Bowman has spent 40 years shivering in her home, even with her thermostat set at 72 degrees.
“You still had to have a sweatshirt and I wore a turtleneck under it,” said Bowman.
That’s all changing for Bowman. A three man team from the Community Action Partnership started weatherizing her home Tuesday. This will keep her more comfortable and lower her energy bills.
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