NEWPORT – Following a multiday gas-service interruption on Aquidneck Island in January that left thousands without heat, legislation has been proposed to allow the state to “demand greater accountability” from National Grid Rhode Island. An update to the lieutenant governor’s 2018 Utility Emergency Response Plan, the Utility Service Restoration Act would require National Grid to…
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