WABE's Week In Review: Georgia Power preps for hurricane, defends rate hikes and Jimmy Carter turns 98
Georgia officials and the state’s main utility prepped for Hurricane Ian this week, which seemed to spare the coast of the most severe damage.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Sunday moved to activate the State Operations Center to respond to any potential damage from Tropical Storm Ian. He told residents to monitor the weather and calmly take precautions if necessary.https://t.co/qpvfnMvQVT— WABE News (@wabenews) September 26, 2022
A busy week for utility giant Georgia Power…
ICYMI: Hearings on Georgia Power's plan to raise customers' bills over the next three years begin Tuesday at the Georgia Public Service Commission.https://t.co/Uvk8LCkmrt— WABE News (@wabenews) September 25, 2022
Also in this episode…
–Martha Dalton reports on one statewide Democratic candidate who feels left out by her party.
–Sam Gringlas has more on former President Jimmy Carter’s 98th birthday and how politics in Georgia have changed in his lifetime.