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Food, Heat, Shelter Aid Still Available for Louisvillians

83,000 Louisvillians are still without power after last week’s ice storm.  Hundreds are still spending their nights in shelters throughout Jefferson County.  Nine warming centers also remain open across the city.  And Mayor Jerry Abramson says facilities are ready to help supply low income families with other assistance.“All the Neighborhood Places will be open to be able to pick up groceries or to file for low income help in terms of heating," says Abramson.The Mayor says Meals on Wheels delivery resumes today as well.  Local fire stations will help fill in gaps on routes where volunteers still aren’t able to travel.