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High heating costs baffle even suppliers

David Cechnicki of Root, looks over the vast selection of wood and pellet stoves on display at the Mormile Plumbing and Heating display at the Fonda Fair Friday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
David Cechnicki of Root, looks over the vast selection of wood and pellet stoves on display at the Mormile Plumbing and Heating display at the Fonda Fair Friday.
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As the heating season draws near, up-and-down oil and natural gas prices have created uncertainty for many homeowners. The estimated average price per gallon for home heating oil in the Capital Region is $4.27, up 63 cents from this time last year, according to the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority. That price is a little less than the state average of $4.36 per gallon but still very high by historical standards. Crude ...


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KeepingItReal
September 7, 2008
3:56 p.m.

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Here is a group that is doing something about the energy issue locally. www.galwayco-op.com

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