§ 34–133. Restration of service.
*NOTE: This section was created by temporary legislation that will expire on June 9, 2022, as an amendment to temporary legislation that will expire on February 4, 2022.*
(a) For a period of 90 days beginning on October 12, 2021, a company shall restore service to a customer when the customer makes a payment to the company of at least $10, provided that the customer enters into a payment plan pursuant to § 34-1151, or makes a showing that the utility was disconnected improperly pursuant to this act (D.C. Law 24-9). Amounts paid by a customer pursuant to this subsection shall be applied in full to reduce the amounts owed by the customer to the company.
(b)(1) When a customer whose service has been disconnected, suspended, or degraded for nonpayment is certified by the Mayor or documented by the customer to be eligible for utility disconnection relief under § 34-131(a)(5), a company shall reconnect the customer without charge.
(2) A company shall reconnect a customer under subparagraph (A) of this paragraph within 24 hours of receiving notice that the customer is qualified for utility disconnection relief under § 34-131(a)(5).