County Extends Online Survey Deadline on Pepco to Feb. 7
Residents and businesses can offer feedback on Pepco’s service and impacts of outages.
Montgomery County has extended the deadline for online Pepco feedback surveys.
A group of community leaders appointed by County Executive Isiah Leggett called the Pepco Work Group is conducting the surveys.
A press release about the extended deadline, which was supposed to be today, read “The survey is designed to obtain information on how the public views Pepco’s service, the extent to which customers have experienced outages, the economic impact of those outages and some insight as to what additional costs customers would be willing to incur in exchange for improved service.”
The group is investigating the reliability of Pepco’s service in the county and formulating steps to improve its service.
Leggett plans on sharing the recommendations with Pepco and the Maryland Public Service Commission.