02 Mar Commercial Utilities President Testifies Before the Baltimore City Council
Commercial Group employees attended the special hearing held by the Baltimore City Council on the controversial conduit deal with BGE. The new contract states that BGE would control the 741-mile underground network of wires that powers street lights, traffic signals, and phone and internet services in the city. It disregards a ballot measure that bans the sale or privatization of the conduit. Baltimore voters approved the measure by 77%. Commercial Utilities’ company president, Ron Adolph, testified before the council about the impact of the deal. “Our company would like the opportunity to compete for this work,” he said.
Adolph showcased Commercial Utilities’ track record of success in providing maintenance services for Baltimore City and its surrounding areas. He highlighted their commitment to providing quality services and willingness to work with the local community to create mutually beneficial partnerships.