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Re. "Commentary: Sanitary Board's Ooten pays down legal tab," March 30: I have supported Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Costa Mesa) for more than 20 years. I consider Dana and his wife, Rhonda, friends. After reading Costa Mesa Sanitary District Director...
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email@example.comThe Maryland Public Service Commission in Baltimore is launching an investigation into complaints that Potomac Edison overbilled some Western Maryland electricity customers by failing to read their meters as often as required. The agency opened a case...
Nobody feels the feedback from constituents as acutely as do municipal officials, and sometimes in their zeal to show how allergic they are to raising property or ad valorem taxes, they miss the main point. That point is that while taxpayers...
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Five adults and 38 children received free dental checkups through the Boys & Girls Club in Costa Mesa over the weekend, according to a news release. The children, mostly affiliated with the Boys & Girls Club, and Rea, Wilson and Pomona elementary...
The House Government Organization Committee passed a bill to require at least one rate-paying residential customer be part of a public utility board’s membership, according to an audio webcast streamed live Tuesday on the West Virginia Legislature&...
A portion of Costa Mesa's federal funding that's annually awarded to nonprofit agencies was up for discussion during a City Council's study session Tuesday. Though what to do in the coming fiscal year with the public service grants within the city's to-...
The Hartford CourantLast year, Laura Jordan, the $150,000-a-year legal counsel to then-Speaker Christopher Donovan in the House Democrats' office at the Capitol, found herself in the middle of a federal grand jury investigation. That circumstance made it a challenge for...
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Jamie Smith Hopkins' recent article on BGE's rate hikes prompts three responses ("Public Service Commission approves BGE rate increases," Feb. 23): First, BGE continues to rip off its customers, as has been its practice for the last 20 years. Second,...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThese are challenging times for the Mercersburg Police Department. Residents and businesspeople have filled meeting rooms to air grievances about commercial truck inspections, officers’ community involvement and accusations of police tailing...
State regulators investigating widespread, long-lasting outages from the derecho last summer ordered Maryland utilities Wednesday to take steps to improve reliability — and signaled a willingness to add penalties for "sub-standard performance."...
Editor's note: As part of the coverage of the 2013 legislative session, the American News will provide, on most days, a list of 10 pieces of information helpful to understanding what is — and sometimes isn’t — happening at the state...
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