Power restored to Temple Hills condo complex (MD)

Although residents of the complex said utility costs are included in their rent, Pepco and Washington Gas cut off service because the complex owes them more than $1 million.  Initially, residents were given just 72 hours to move out, but Thursday a judge stepped in to extend that by a full week, to Nov. 4.  Friday, at the urging of the Maryland Attorney General’s Office, The Maryland Public Service Commission ordered Pepco and Washington Gas to restore service as soon as possible.     Read the article…………..

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