The Maryland Public Service Commission intends to review utility bills. A hearing is planned for March 4.
The Baltimore Sun
Written by Jamie Smith Hopkins
PSC worries that frigid temperatures will create a cost crunch for customers
Maryland regulators say they will review the extent that customers are past due on bills to electric and gas utilities, fearing that sharply cold temperatures this winter will get more people into trouble.
The state Public Service Commission said it worries about rising arrearages and added that “a broader-than-usual range of residential and commercial customers may be at risk for termination.”
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