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email@example.comMore than two dozen Eastern Panhandle residents got their chance to vent against billing practices by Potomac Edison, which were based on estimated not actual usage and resulted in monthly electric bills that, they said at a public hearing Wednesday...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA sheet of paper with the words “Do not move” was taped to the U-shaped receptionist desk. A similar note was taped to a large white planter nearby that contained a pot of crusty old soil and dead plant material. A few yards away was a set...
email@example.comRecalling his first tour of the former Allegheny Energy headquarters on Downsville Pike, Washington County Board of Education member Wayne D. Ridenour said he thought of the possibility the office building could house the school system’s...
“Don’t think you have any choice about the smart meters for your electricity. The power company’s getting permission from the state to put smart meters in your house, and you’re going to pay for them on your light bill. Now, the...
With the approval of Maryland’s legislature, Gov. Martin O’Malley will soon sign into law new state subsidies to lure power companies to build windmill generators off the coast of Ocean City. The legislation will raise electricity bills, but...
Tags: Ocean City, Plant Openings, Prices, Annapolis, Solar Energy
Power company shouldn’t estimate bills To the editor: This is in response to Tom Wilhelm’s letter in Monday’s (Jan. 7, 2013) Herald-Mail. I have to agree with him that the power company doesn’t read the meters the way they should...
Estimated meter readings are too frequent To the editor: Fellow electric power customers, are you getting fed up with the meter readings for your service? I am, as are many of my neighbors. In the past 12 months, we have had our meter read three times,...
“Responding to the callers in Mail Call about not having your meters read by the electric company, the number they gave, I called the number and all you get is a list of all power companies and their number, and you call those numbers and all you...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe estimated costs of several long-term options to house Washington County Public Schools’ operations based at a Commonwealth Avenue complex range from an estimated $4 million to buy a former power company building to $16 million to build a new...
email@example.comA sewage spill that occurred Tuesday afternoon at a Williamsport wastewater treatment plant pump station along the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park downstream of the Cushwa turning basin was started by a power surge in the station, a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFour people have been charged in the theft of more than 400 pounds of copper wire from multiple electric power substations in Berkeley County since August, according to Berkeley County Magistrate Court records. Justin William Harrison, 25, of Inwood, W....
Tags: Trials, Prosecution, Theft
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