Commission on African Affairs

On February 7, 2018 – OPC Consumer Services Specialist Silvia Garrick attended the the Mayor’s Office on African Affairs (MOAA) – Commission on African Affairs monthly meeting at the Frank D. Reeves Center , 2000 14th Street, N.W.,.

OPC staff, brought consumers up to date on OPCs mission as their consumer advocate, the availability of the multi-lingual interpretative services To assist in registering complaints. Consumers asked about how the PSC regulates the utility companies, and whether the PSC should give greater weight to the consumer advocate before considering approval of a merger request? How often a utility company may request a rate increase, and about the availability of printed materials including the OPC Third Party Supplier guide?

To learn more about emerging utility issues or to have an OPC speaker attend your event, contact the OPC Consumer Services Division, 202-727-3071.

On February 8, 2018 – OPC Consumer Services staff attended the “Black History Month Celebration” hosted by the Executive Office of the Mayor Office on African Affairs and the Whoolly Mammoth Theatre Company located at 641 D Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20004 (Ward 2).

OPC staff, provided our Multi-lingual rack cards in Amharic, French, Spanish and English at MOAA’s community outreach exhibit table for dissemination.