GREENWICH - The fourth in a series of five public hearings into the power companies' response to the March 13 nor'easter was held tonight in Greenwich.

The state Department of Public Utility Control has received numerous complaints about the way both Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating handled the immediate aftermath of the storm that knocked out power to more than 140,000 people in Connecticut.

Tonight's hearing took place at Greenwich Town Hall. An additional meeting is scheduled for Norwalk City Hall on Monday at 6:30 p.m. Previous hearings took place in Fairfield, New Canaan and Westport.