West Virginia Public Service Commission

Chair Caning And Keeping Utilities In Good Shape, This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, when your power goes out, water bill comes in or your nearby fire hydrant looks ancient, there’s a state organization keeping tabs on all of that and more. Randy Yohe talks with Charlotte Lane, chair of the West Virginia Public Service Commission, on how this regulating entity balances public protection with keeping utilities viable.

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PSC Rejects Recommendation To Increase Price Of Veterans’ Grave Markers

The Public Service Commission of West Virginia announced it will not implement a recommendation from its own task force and the funeral industry to increase the price of veterans’ grave markers by 51 percent.

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