BGE will continue to host hearings all week to give you a chance to speak out about the company's response to the June derecho.
Many people felt that it took the power company too long to restore power after the storms blew through. There were also complaints that BGE didn't give timely information about when power would be restored to customers.
It took BGE 8 days to restore power to all 748,000 customers who lost power following that storm on June 29.
Here is the schedule of hearings this week:
|August 13, 2012 ||7:00 p.m.||Annapolis, MD|| |
Joint Hearing Room
Legislative Services Building
90 State Circle
|August 14, 2012 ||7:00 p.m.|| |
|Paul C. Wolman Assembly Hall |
War Memorial Building
101 N. Gay St.
|August 15, 2012||7:00 p.m.|| |
Ellicott City, MD
George Howard Building
3430 Court House Dr.
|August 16, 2012||7:00 p.m.|| |
|Hearing Room 106 |
Baltimore County Office Building
111 W. Chesapeake Ave.
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