Councilmember Cheh Statement on Attorney General’s filing to the Public Service Commission

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, March 11th, Councilmember Mary M. Cheh (D – Ward 3), Chair of the Committee on Transportation and the Environment, released the following statement in response to filings by the Office of the People’s Counsel and the Attorney General to the Public Service Commission (PSC):

 

“I’m delighted to read that the District government has rejected the conditions proposed by two members of the Public Service Commission. As such, the PSC previously rejected the non-unanimous settlement agreement and it is difficult to see a basis where the merger can go forward. As a result, it appears that the District and its ratepayers have, at long last, won a great victory.”

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