Hearing tonight in Stamford on proposed CL&P rate increase

A public hearing is being held in Stamford tonight to discuss the proposed rate increase for Connecticut Light & Power customers. Sen. Richard Blumenthal says

The proposed increased would cost customers about $150

The proposed increased would cost customers about $150 a year.

STAMFORD - A public hearing is being held in Stamford tonight to discuss the proposed rate increase for Connecticut Light & Power customers.

Sen. Richard Blumenthal says CL&P wants to increase its fixed monthly service charge by 59 percent.

This means customers would be paying about $150 more each year.

The meeting will be at the Stamford Government Center on Washington Boulevard starting at 6:30 p.m.

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