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Residents wishing to speak at the Thursday night hearing need to sign in by 5:30 p.m. and bring a photo ID. The hearing will be held at the Hallam Theatre at Prince George's Community College in Largo.
Politicians and the public blasted Pepco before the Maryland Public Service Commission Monday for its response to power outages due to the violent storms that passed through the D.C. region in the past few months.
In an order dated Thursday, the Maryland Public Service Commission instructed Pepco officials to hand over internal documents including its storm reports from July 25, August 5 and August 12.
The dog days of summer may soon be over, but homeowners will likely stay hot under the collar when they see their utility bills.
Pepco has been under fire for not responding fast enough to power outages during this summer's powerful storms, and two local politicians joined in on Friday's Politics Program with Mark Plotkin.
Got something to say about Pepco's performance in the latest round of storms? Tell it to the Maryland Public Service Commission. However, there are some rules you'll have to follow.
The utility is out with a five-year plan to improve reliability.
Maryland's Public Service Commission has called a hearing into the reliability of Pepco.
Listeners are wondering why many people who lost power in this latest storm appear to be getting it back more quickly than last time around.
Heavy rains that rolled through the region early Wednesday caused thousands of power outages and contributed to morning accidents.