WILMINGTON, MA — Below are 5 things to know in Wilmington on Wednesday, June 16, 2021:
#1) Support Wilmington High’s Class Of 2022 At Fuddruckers
The WHS Class of 2022 is hosting one final fundraiser this year at Fuddruckers in North Reading, inside Jordan’s Furniture, on Wednesday, June 16, 2021, from 4pm to 7pm. We hope you can join us in Burgers for Benefits to help out our class! As always, you need to present the flyer below when ordering so that 20% of your meal price goes to our fundraiser. Thank you for your support and please help us spread the word to your friends, family and community members.
#2) Attend Wilmington Bylaw Review Committee
The Wilmington Bylaw Review Committee meets at 6:30pm in the Town Hall Auditorium. Read the agenda HERE.
#3) Book Store Next Door Is Open
The Friends of the Wilmington Memorial Library’s Book Store Next Door (183 Middlesex Avenue) is open from 10am to 4pm. All proceeds benefit the Library.
#4) RMLD Asks Customers To “Shred The Peak” To Help Keep Electric Rates Affordable
The Reading Municipal Light Department (RMLD) is asking residential customers to help Shred the Peak again this year. Peaks occur when the highest level of electricity is consumed in our region both monthly and annually. Peak electricity is expensive, affecting power supply costs and in turn, customer bills. Peaks may also impact the environment because more inefficient and environmentally impacting generators may be needed in order to meet the high demand for electricity.
Shred the Peak is a voluntary customer program that encourages conservation during predicted peaks to control costs and keep electric rates affordable for all customers.
RMLD customers can help Shred the Peak by taking the following steps:
1 – SIGN UP FOR SHRED THE PEAK EMAIL ALERTS. Peaks are predicted based on historical trends and weather. RMLD will send out an alert via email the day before or day of a predicted peak. Sign up at http://bit.ly/shredthepeaksignup.
2 – CONSERVE DURING THE PREDICTED PEAK: Turn off lights and electronics when they’re not needed. Postpone charging electric vehicles and using washers, dryers, dishwashers, humidifiers/dehumidifiers, and pool pumps until after the predicted peak window. In the summer, raise the temperature setting on your air conditioner.
While RMLD strives to minimize the number of Shred the Peak alerts that are issued, customers should expect to receive multiple alerts monthly to ensure actual peaks are captured. Shred the Peak Alerts will also be posted on RMLD.com, shared on Twitter (@ReadingLight), and sent to the local community television stations.
Shred the Peak is a key component of RMLD’s broader demand management activities to reduce load during peak hours. Other components include dispatch of RMLD’s battery and peak generator systems, load management at RMLD facilities, and the pilot Peak Demand Reduction (PDR) program for larger commercial and industrial customers.
Please note, Shred the Peak text, phone, and/or email alerts will be available in a future phase of RMLD’s Customer Notification System rollout. Customers may enroll to receive these and other future notifications now. Visit https://www.rmld.com/home/customer-notification-system to learn more and sign up.
Please help RMLD Shred the Peak. For more information, visit https://www.rmld.com/home/pages/shred-peak.
#5) Town Looking To Fill Finance Committee Vacancies
The Town of Wilmington is accepting applications from interested individuals who would like to volunteer their services as a member of the Finance Committee. Letters of interest, or a completed application for appointment, may be directed to the Finance Committee Appointing Committee, 121 Glen Road, Wilmington.
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