Every year we see long lines outside of the EOA building in Savannah as those who need help with their heating bills wait for hours to apply for assistance.
We will no longer see that because the EOA is changing their process for everyone applying.
Our Marla Rooker will join us LIVE from the EOA building on Anderson Street to give us details about those changes coming up on THE News at Daybreak at 6 a.m.
Be sure to watch WTOC The News at Daybreak weekdays at 4:30, 5:00, 6:00 and 7:00 a.m.
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