Power Outages in Montgomery County Top 100,000 Customers

More than 100,000 customers in Montgomery County are without power Friday evening at 8 p.m., according to Pepco outage map. Pepco continues to work around the clock and wants customers know they are committed to restoring service to customers as quickly and safely as possible.

To report downed power lines and outages, call 1.877.737.2662 or online at pepco.com/storm.


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One Response to “Power Outages in Montgomery County Top 100,000 Customers”

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    On March 4, 2018 at 10:19 am responded with... #

    MoCo residents sit without power, in one the wealthiest counties in America, yet last week Leggett was lobbying the state for billions in tax breaks for Amazon. The only thing more reliable than power going out in MoCo at least once every winter, and at least once every summer is the incompetence of Leggett. Here’s a guy who raised property taxes, jammed a mandatory sick leave down the already choked throats of businesses in MoCo, and is openly agitating for a $15 per hour minimum wage that study after study has said will cost MoCo jobs especially for lower income residents,. Leggett has done nothing to improve the business climate other than raise taxes, and wage war on businesses in MoCo. He has been aided and abetted by the rest of the fools on the council, who like Leggett can’t create a job for anyone other for themselves, and in perpetuity. Collectively they can’t run a roadside melon stand. When they leave one office, they simply run for another one because they aren’t capable or qualified to to anything else. Just look at Katz from the mayor to the council. MoCo has truly hit a new low on the ever accelerating downward spiral. Soon we can start calling it MC, to better mirror PG.

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