Rep. Hovey wants $150 credit for CL&P customers who lost power for extended period
State Rep. DebraLee Hovey of Monroe is calling on Connecticut Light & Power President Jeffrey Butler to extend a $150 credit to those customers who were without power for an extended period of time following Hurricane Irene.
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#1 Sep 22, 2011
I would like that very much. In all the years of Hurricanes I have never witnessed such a problem with power outage. There is a big problem with CL&P and there company to ever allow that to happen. They should be fined!!!!!!
#2 Sep 24, 2011
Great idea. I won't have to collect cans this week to look like I have an income! There are a lot of cans in Danbury!
#3 Sep 26, 2011
CL&P was clearly unprepared and at fault. They have cost almost everyone at least the food in their freezer not to mention the inconvenience of being without power for days. Ms Hovey has the right idea but should have asked for a $250.00 credit. I hope she forces this monopoly to pay and to stop any and all rate increase. It clear that past increases have gone to management and not to service and line crews or maintenance. Force them to put this infrastructure under ground to make it more reliable and limit the effects of weather and trees.
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