7:00 AM EST, November 6, 2013
The Baltimore Gas & Electric Company and the Maryland Public Service Commission should not consider the small number of customers who showed up at the first rate-increase hearing as an indication that most people have no opinion on the fact that their energy costs are going up ("Public a no-show at first BGE rate case hearing," Nov. 4).
Rather, they should see it as a sign that many of BGE's customers understand that the company will get its way no matter how many people show up and voice their displeasure.
I, for one, try not to waste my time engaging in losing battles.
Sean Tully, Baltimore
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