New York Public Service Commission

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The New York Public Service Commission is a government agency that regulates the various utilities of the state of New York. The commission oversees the electric, gas, water, and telecommunication industries.

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It was established in 1907.

The commission consists of up to five members, led by a chair person. Each member is appointed by the governor and confirmed by the New York State Senate for a term of six years or to complete an unexpired term of a member. The current chair is Audrey Zibelman, who was named Chairman on September 3, 2013.

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