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After reviewing its response to June's destructive derecho, Dominion Virginia Power says widespread, severe damage slowed power restoration.
The Maryland Public Service commission wants residents to weigh in on how well they think their electricity companies handled the massive power outages that occurred when the June 29 derecho left hundreds of thousands in the dark.
About 11,400 Virginia homes and businesses remain without power as a result of the June 29 storm that knocked over trees and snapped utility lines.
The mid-Atlantic region is struggling to get back to normal after deadly, power-cutting storms and a mid-week holiday.
Md. Gov. Martin O'Malley says power has been restored to 75 percent of residents who experienced outages after last week's severe storms.
Delmarva Power is close to restoring power to all customers who lost electrical service in a weekend storm.