Northern Lights Home Inspection offers Energy ServicesMatt Sargent of Northern Lights Home Inspection is now offering Energy Efficiency Services to area residents. Sargent has been conducting residential and commercial energy efficiency analyses since 1992 for clients such as VT Gas, Efficiency Vermont, EPA Energy Star program, State of Vermont and all major Vermont electrical utilities.Northern Lights Home Inspection is now offering energy improvement services to homeowners who wish to reduce energy costs and improve the performance and comfort of their homes. Energy Services range from basic walk-through energy audits to a full range of diagnostic testing and computer modeling of building performance.Written reports with energy improvement recommendations and cost savings estimates are available. Northern Lights Home Inspection also offers nationally certified home inspections, radon testing, water testing, mold testing, carbon monoxide testing and more.For further information contact Matt Sargent at 583-4333 or email@example.com(link sends e-mail)
A poultry farmer along with another person are expected to be charged with possession of narcotics for the purpose of trafficking after they were found to be in possession of a quantity of cocaine on Saturday.The men were nabbed after Police intercepted a grey-coloured Toyota AE 100 motorcar along the Riverstown Public Road. Reports reaching Guyana Times revealed the men were seen leaving the house of a popular drug dealer and were heading to Supenaam when the car was stopped and searched by the Police.During the search on the vehicle bearing registration number HB 628, the 39-year-old poultry farmer attempted to discard a transparent piece of plastic that was hidden in the panel of the door.Upon closer inspection, the Police suspected the whitish substance to be cocaine.The plastic was unwrapped and it was confirmed to be cocaine.The suspect reportedly offered the ranks $200,000 in bribe money to release him. He was subsequently arrested and the drug was weighed in his presence and amounted to 28 grams.The farmer and the driver of the car are assisting the Police in their investigations.
The Dawson Creek RCMP stopped more than 20 vehicles during a one hour period for failing to stop at traffic lights.After complaints from the public and an increase in collisions, the Dawson Creek RCMP and South Peace Traffic Services put together a co-ordinated traffic enforcement effort along Alaska avenue between 17th street and 15th street.During a one hour period, 16 tickets were issued for failing to stop for red and yellow lights. Other violations were for seat belts, failing to obey stop signs and use of electronic devices.- Advertisement -The RCMP state that even with the current condition of roads within Dawson Creek, the roads are not an excuse to run a red or yellow light. Drivers are urged to use caution while driving and to plan for extra time to reach your destination.South Peace Traffic Services and the Dawson Creek RCMP will continue enforce road safety over the holiday season.