This is from Santee Cooper’s website:
“Flip a switch, and the light comes on. Plug in your computer, and get plugged in.”
“This is what Santee Cooper delivers, everyday.”
So, does that means the $100 in food I threw out - because of no power five times - is what you “deliver everyday?”
How about the tens of millions of dollars we paid you to put power lines underground and you still blew it?
Here is a refresher:
On April 7, 1934, Gov. Ibra C. Blackwood signed into law an act that created the South Carolina Public Service Authority, more commonly known as Santee Cooper.
All these years later and you are still in the dark.
Do I get the $100 back?
Do I get a discount on the next bill for the outage?
We are listening.
Ted Sejda, Conway