Wise named chairman of Ga. PSC

Wednesday, May 6, 2009 4:44 AM
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ATLANTA — The Georgia Public Service Commission has elected Stan Wise to a two-year-term as commission chairman, effective July 1.

Wise, who has been on the five-member commission since 1995, has served as chairman three times previously. He is a former member of the Cobb County Commission.

Commissioner Lauren "Bubba" McDonald was elected vice-chairman.

Wise will succeed Doug Everett as chairman.

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resident 05/06/09 - 08:13 am
Geee What a big deal. It is

Geee What a big deal. It is not as if the PSC actually represents the people. Just look at the fact they are making everyone pay for a Nuclear Reactor that we will not even benefit from. The power will go to Florida. The same thing for their deregulation of Natural gas. So Much for competition. You still have to pay a minimum cost anyway even if you do not use hardly any gas so there is no real competition just another wy to make companies like Shell and SCANA richer.

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The Godfather 05/06/09 - 08:25 am
Been a 'member since '95, has

Been a 'member since '95, has seved as chairman 3 times" It is time for a change--He will never represent what is good for the people of Georgia. I bet he could probably be a good lobbyist in washington.

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