In the Facebook Story of the Day you voted on you wanted to know if your heating bill was going to be any higher this winter.
Officials at Water Gas and Light say rates haven't changed, but the biggest indicator of is going to be what the weather is like during the winter months.
"We had a hot summer last summer and then a cold winter. We had an extremely hot summer that began in May with 100 temperature plus days, so it's anybody's guess and certainly a weather man would be more qualified than I to answer that but again when we do have cold weather, it's a day here or a day there. It doesn't go for weeks and weeks like we do in the summer when it never goes below 100," said Lori Farkas, Water Gas and Light Director.