The Wakefield Municipal Gas & Light Department (WMGLD) recently held an awards ceremony for seven Wakefield
5th grade students whose essays were selected as winners in the 8th annual WMGLD Energy Conservation Essay Contest.
WMGLD General Manager Pete Dion (back row, left) congratulated the winners (seated, left to right) Alexandra Baldwin,
Olivia Goff and Lucas Kehoe, all of the Galvin Middle School. (Back row, left to right) General Manager Dion, Galvin Middle
School students Ojas Singhvi, Jane Leras, Spencer Little and St. Joseph’s School student Gabriella Minasian.
The Wakefield Municipal Gas & Light Department (WMGLD) recently recognized seven Wakefield
5th grade students for the essays they submitted as part of the 7th annual WMGLD Energy
Conservation Essay Contest. Galvin Middle School students Madalyn LoCoco, Steven Woods,
Riley Suntken, Kymani Fleurme, Jonathan Guida and Brendan Jaena and St. Joseph’s School 5th grader
Stephanie Curran were honored at an awards celebration at Wakefield Community Access Television studios in Wakefield.
The seven winning essays were selected from among more than 300 essays submitted by fifth graders at the
Galvin Middle School and St. Joseph’s School. Each winner read his or her essay during the ceremony that was
recorded at the WCAT studios for airing at a later date.
Several of our customers are being contacted by a fake agency telling them that they can lock into an electric rate for a certain period of time.
WMGLD is not affiliated with these groups and they have neither the authority nor the ability to lock in any rates for our customers.
Please disregard any calls you may receive from people making you such an offer.
New drop-off payment box available at new WMGLD
facility on North Avenue
Now that the Wakefield Municipal Gas & Light Department (WMGLD) is settled into its new home at 480 North Avenue in Wakefield,
customers are now able to drop off their payments in a secure box outside the new facility’s main entrance during non-business hours.
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WMGLD Supports the Salvation Army Good Neighbor Energy Fund
The Wakefield Municipal Gas &
Light Department (WMGLD) is continuing
its support for the Salvation Army’s Good
Neighbor Energy Fund, a program that helps
provide energy assistance to residents in
temporary crisis who do not qualify for federal
or state energy funds. This is the seventh
consecutive year that the WMGLD has participated
in the program, and the 28th year that the Good
Neighbor Energy Fund has been providing energy
assistance to residents who are struggling to
pay their energy bills.