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PSC to Wait to Act on Delmarva Power Report

Delaware’s Public Service Commission will wait to act on a report requesting Delmarva Power scale back its infrastructure improvement plans.

Delaware’s Public Service Commission will wait to act on a report requesting Delmarva Power scale back its infrastructure improvement plans.

The utility says it plans to invest $397 million over five years.

PSC says that is too much money, but they will act on the report after Delmarva Power’s parent company, Pepco, is sold to Exelon and the deal is completed.

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Dennis Foley

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Dennis Foley is an award-winning journalist with a strong background in radio and digital reporting, web development, and multimedia production. Dennis is a Long Island native with several youthful years in New Hampshire as well. Professionally, Dennis has won several Associated Press awards as both a news anchor and as a news director. He also reported live during ABC News Radio's Edward R. Murrow award-winning coverage of Hurricane Sandy from Long Island. Dennis' prior stops have included WRHU-FM (Hempstead/Long Island, NY), New Hampshire Public Radio (Concord, NH), ABC News Radio (New York), WRIV (Riverhead, NY), and KEEL (Shreveport-Bossier, LA). He is excited to join 92.7 WGMD and continue the great legacy the station has as being Delmarva's news authority! Feel free to follow Dennis on Twitter: @DennisJFoley