President urges federal agencies to expedite Calif. plant siting process

Bush sent the memorandum to the departments of Defense, the Interior, Agriculture, Commerce and the Environmental Protection Agency in response to Gov. Gray Davis’ urgent appeal for a speedier approval process.

Feb. 12, 2001–Increases in natural gas commodity costs, compounded by lower than normal winter temperatures, have resulted in unusually high bills this winter for New Jersey utility customers, including the owners of small businesses. To help these small business customers ௿½ those with average monthly bills of no more than $3000 – manage their energy costs, Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G), New Jersey’s largest electric and gas delivery utility, is offering the convenience of its Equal Payment Plan.

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