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Public Utilities Commission of Ohio - PUCO - The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) affects every household in Ohio. That's because the PUCO regulates providers of all kinds of utility services, including electric and natural gas companies, local and long distance telephone companies, water and wastewater companies, rail and trucking companies. The PUCO was created to assure Ohioans adequate, safe and reliable public utility services at a fair price. More recently, the PUCO gained responsibility for facilitating competitive utility choices for Ohio consumers.

Country:, North America, US

City: -83.0444 Ohio, United States

  • Cathy M. - Great for my fine oily hair too!

    I read so many great reviews and decided to try it though it seemed a lot were reviews from people w thick hair and I'm so glad I did. Leaves my hair silky but fuller than any shampoo I've ever used and stays clean for several days! My daughter noticed my hair looked better, no frizzies and full. She tried it and ordered her own bottle within an hour of using it!

  • Doof - overall good OS, but the metro interface just gets in the way

    I think I speak for every systems admin when I say we could have done without the metro interface on a server OS. Once you get past that, and used to working around it, 2012 R2 is a pretty solid OS for the usual file/print sharing, quickbooks server, etc... I have about 10 or so installations, some about a year running, so far none of them have given me any issues.

  • Jennifer Eutsey - Great umbrella

    Such a great umbrella. Fantastic Idea. I am also using it for protection from the sun this summer. The inverted Umbrella will keep the wet rain from dripping everywhere. Love the double layer. The umbrella is very durable well at least it seems to be there was a slight breeze last night and held against the wind. I highly recommend this umbrella I did receive this product at a free or discounted price in exchange for a honest review. Yes worth 5 stars.

  • becca byrnes - it works but listen to the directions!

    I'm pretty sure I got this the next day. As far as the product goes, it works as stated. I have a couple hard callouses on my feet and I used this on those spots (a LOT longer than advised) and I felt them going away! If I used the device for close to a minute at one time, without switching back and forth to another spot, then I would feel the heat, but otherwise I would not so I ignored the warnings and filed away. I did notice that if I pressed hard the motor would slow down, so I would press lightly and stay in one spot. Now, the next day, I saw the error of my ways. My feet were red and sore in the spots I had carelessly spent minutes using this device on! So, long story short... this works, it will ship to you fast, but TAKE IT SLOW!

  • GypsyGyz - Any essential oil will do the job and costs 100 times less!

    Any essential oil will do the job and costs 100 times less! Peppermint oil works very well and is very inexpensive. It can be put into a small, screw-cap, squeeze bottle preventing any leakage of oil and makes it easy to dispense. Just 4 to 5 drops is all you usually need. The pleasant mint fragrance fills the air, masking unpleasant scents and provides a cooling, refreshed sensation as well! More oil can be used if needed, which also results in an extra cooling sensation! Try it and see for yourselves; nothing to lose.