District of Columbia Public Service Commission
The District of Columbia Public Service Commission (formerly the District of Columbia Public Utilities Commission) is an independent quasi-judicial body and regulatory agency responsible for regulating landline telephone, electricity and gas utility companies operating within the District of Columbia. It was established by the US Congress in 1913.
- Betty Ann Kane, Chairperson
- [empty since January 1st 2012 due to intense lobbying against the former head of the DC Office of People's Counsel, Betty Noel. “What’s really behind this is Pepco,” Ms. Cheh said. “Betty Noel is nobody’s puppet, and Pepco knows it.” http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/mar/15/nominee-for-dc-utility-regulator-defeated/#ixzz2r5xKLjno
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