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10 Energy-Saving Tips for Passover and Easter Cooking

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As we prepare to spend Passover and Easter this weekend with family and friends, Kissimmee Utility Authority reminds you that extra cooking and baking can cause electric bills to go up. Consider these 10 simple cooking tips to help keep energy costs down during the celebrations: When using an electric oven, cook as much of… Read more »

3 Reasons to Schedule Your Spring A/C Tune Up

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With this weekend’s temperatures hitting the 90s and summer fast approaching, now is the perfect time to schedule your A/C tune up. Late spring and summer are usually peak times for blasting the A/C. By scheduling a professional tune-up before peak temperatures, you can prepare your home and family for the heat. Here are three… Read more »

It’s the Law: Slow Down, Move Over for Utility Workers

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April is National Distracted Driving Month. Being aware of your surroundings and avoiding any distractions is a critical way to avoid major car accidents with stopped vehicles and workers on the side of the road. Kissimmee Utility Authority reminds all motorists to “Move Over” for stopped utility and emergency service vehicles. Florida’s Move Over Law… Read more »

Kite-Flying Safety: 5 Important Rules

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Kite flying can be a fun hobby, especially in the spring. With a bit of practice and a good breeze, anyone can launch a kite with ease. Before flying any kite, though, it’s important to be safe because kites and electricity don’t mix. Kissimmee Utility Authority offers these simple safety tips to help make kite… Read more »

8 Tips to Prepare for Flooding

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March is flood safety awareness month. As summer storms creep up and rain becomes more frequent, Kissimmee Utility Authority has gathered this helpful information on how to prepare for a flood. Read through these eight tips and know the signs in case of an emergency: Know types of flood risk in your area. Visit FEMA’s… Read more »