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Bill Beuscher

Supervisor Office of Energy Assistance and Weatherization

County of Snohomish

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County of Snohomish

Background Information

Employment History

Supervisor Office of Energy Assistance and Weatherization

Snohomish Flower Co


Advisory Council

Project Pride


Director of the Program

Retired Senior Volunteer Program


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MarkZiegler.com - Retiree volunteer

Bill Beuscher, director of the RSVP program for Snohomish County, called Juhola "an excellent example of a senior volunteer who has helped many people in his community, saved them thousands of dollars and saved them from financial ruin."


Snohomish County Human Services Department Helped PSE Customers with More Than $1 Million in Bill-Payment Assistance | Puget Sound Energy Newsroom

"We are pleased that the funding of both LIHEAP and HELP made a difference for our neighbors who needed assistance with paying their energy bills, especially during these tough economic times," said Bill Beuscher, program supervisor.


http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20110701/NEWS01/707019912/0/NEWS02

We're federally funded and get a lot more money than Project Pride does," said Bill Beuscher, supervisor for the county's energy assistance and weatherizations programs.
Sometimes, he said, people get federal money to pay an electric bill but need extra help from Project Pride to pay a reconnect fee after power has been shut off. In 2010, the county's program helped 12,341 people with energy costs. Since 2008, Beuscher said he's seen a sharp increase in households needing help. Beuscher is on Project Pride's advisory council, and has worked for years with Waite.


http://www.king5.com/home/Snohomish-County--108237764.html

"Last year we set a record and it seems like we're on track to do that again," said Bill Beuscher, Supervisor for Snohomish County's Weatherization and Energy Assistance Programs.
"We are seeing more people this year seeking energy assistance for the first time." In 2009-2010 Snohomish County was given $2.8 million in federal funds to help families with their energy bills, this year there is only $1.48 million secured. County officials estimate the funding shortfall could result in 3,700 fewer households receiving energy assistance. "We are really hoping the funds will be increased," said Beuscher. The funding comes from the Federal Health and Human Services Budget yet to be approved by congress. Beuscher says there is an effort to try to convince lawmakers about the funding shortfall. He says this type of situation has happened before, and the funding was eventually increased. Snohomish County offers assistance to families up to $1000, depending on income level and the size of their heating bill. Beuscher says they are making only making appointments with families based on the amount of money they already have secured.


http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20091223/NEWS01/712239822

"Think about people who have no utilities," said Bill Beuscher, Snohomish County's program manager of energy and weatherization.
The county's Human Services Department administers the federal Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, which provides help with fuel costs. Because of a delay in this year's funding, Beuscher said, until recently the program was only helping families in crisis, those with utilities shut off or about to be shut off. Phone lines opened last week to make appointments for others needing help. "We're seeing an extremely large increase in people seeking help, in part because of funding delays and due to the economy," Beuscher said. Qualifying incomes for the program are a maximum of $1,128 monthly for a single person or $2,297 for a four-person household. Beuscher is glad there are additional utility settlement funds this year, about $500,000 worth. That money will help people with slightly higher incomes. "They should call, we're happy to look at their situation," Beuscher said. Also, the Snohomish County PUD has Project Pride, an assistance program operated by the Red Cross. And Puget Sound Energy has an energy assistance program, plus its Warm Neighbor fund. In 2008, Beuscher said, the county's program helped provide heat to 4,554 households. Of those, 918 were senior households, 1,552 households included disabled people, "and there were lots of kids" - 902 children age 2 and younger, Beuscher said. "Last year was the largest year in the history of the county," Beuscher said. "This year I expect it to be as large or larger. It has a great positive effect on our community, with so many folks unemployed," he said.


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