FAIRFIELD - The public will get its chance once again to sound off about the public utility response to the March 13 nor'easter at a hearing in Fairfield tonight.
It's the third in a series of five planned meetings where the state will hear from residents about any complaints about the way power companies responded to the storm that knocked out power to about 140,000 people.
Tonight's hearing is scheduled for 6:30 at Town Hall. You can see the first hour live on News 12 Connecticut and the entire hearing streaming live on news12.com.
Additional meetings are scheduled for tomorrow night in Greenwich and Monday night in Norwalk.