- Associated Press - Tuesday, May 31, 2016

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - It may feel like summer, but the American Lung Association is urging residents of Cheshire County to think about turning on the heat.

The association still has $30,000 left in funding for its Cheshire County Wood Stove Changeout Program, which provides vouchers to people with high polluting, low-efficiency wood stoves so they can replace them with cleaner-burning EPA-certified wood, pellet or gas stoves.

The vouchers range from $300 to retrofit an existing wood stove to $4,000 to replace an outdoor wood boiler with a certified hydronic heater or gas furnace.

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