Monday, July 17, 2006

Public Power in Maryland

As reported in the local Annapolis paper, public power works well in several areas of Maryland including Hagerstown and Easton. These communities have not been hit with the price spikes and broken promises seen with Maryland's large investor owned utilities. The tiny town of Saint Michaels is looking to go back to an investor owned utility.

Would Public Power be a viable solution here in Pepco-land?


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