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Topic - Thomas N. Graham
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray said traditional public schools will be closed on Monday as the city girds for "what could be one of the strongest tropical systems in memory to affect our region."
A sharply divided D.C. Council committee rejected Mayor Vincent C. Gray's nominee to a three-member commission that oversees public utilities, citing her temperament and the need to recuse herself from more than half of the current caseload.
From an industrywide perspective, about 15,000 requests for additional resources have gone unfulfilled in the Eastern states, Mr. Graham said.
Thomas N. Graham, regional director for Pepco, warned that there were likely to be several days without power, adding that it will not be safe to put linemen in bucket trucks with heavy winds.