Legislative leadership has scheduled two public hearing dates, Sept. 19 and 16, for its investigation of the state’s readiness and response to Irene.

It appears as though no one wants to be left out of the public grilling of utility executives so the hearing will include the Energy & Technology, Public Safety, Labor & Public Employees and the Planning & Development committees.

At the Sept. 19 day long hearing lawmakers will hear from representatives of Connecticut Light & Power, United Illuminating, and the municipal utilities. They will be followed municipal representatives and officials from telephone, cable and wireless utility companies.

The Sept. 26 hearing will be for members of the public, followed by union representatives and electric utility companies.

If you can’t wait until then, Senate and House Democratic leadership have set up Facebook and Twitter pages that allows you to share your experience.