ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Former Maryland Public Service Commissioner Susanne Brogan is now deputy treasurer of public policy in Treasurer Nancy Kopp’s office, creating two vacancies on the five-member PSC.

Kopp introduced Brogan during a meeting of the state’s Capital Debt Affordability Committee on Friday. Brogan started working in the treasurer’s office this week.

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Gov. Martin O’Malley tapped Therese Goldsmith, another former PSC commissioner, to be the state’s insurance commissioner in May.

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The PSC regulates gas, electric, telephone, water and sewage disposal companies.

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