City of Huntingburg Reports Stable Supply of Natural Gas

City officials in Huntingburg, Indiana, said Monday that area residents could resume natural gas usage as normal.

Posted: Feb 22, 2021 2:37 PM
Updated: Feb 22, 2021 2:37 PM

A Dubois County city is getting back to normal after a week of reduced natural gas usage.

On Monday, city officials in Huntingburg, Indiana, said area residents could return to their normal usage.

This comes after Huntingburg Mayor Steve Schwingehamer's Feb. 16 request of all residential, commercial, and industrial entities to reduce thermostats to 68 degrees and avoid the use of large natural gas-consuming equipment.

Similarly, Mayor Dean Vonderheide in nearby Jasper, Indiana, called for the same actions from residents and businesses - though Jasper's natural gas supply became stable on Friday, Feb. 19 - several days earlier than Huntingburg's.


» Details: Gas Shortages Across the Midwest Affect the Tri-State


The statement issued by Huntingburg Monday thanked everyone who cooperated in reducing their natural gas usage.

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