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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.
Pepco is defending its response to Sunday's storm, but says it does not deserve a good grade for customer communication.
Roger Berliner, who serves Bethesda, blasted the Pepco executive. "My constituents are so tired of the unreliability of Pepco's system," Berliner told Graham. "You ought to have the best delivery system money can buy, and in the computer age, in which reliability of service is so important, we have a very unreliable system."