After two dogs were shocked by a store's cellar doors on First Avenue and St. Mark's Place on Tuesday night, Con Ed is being questioned again. The incident, not too far from where East Village resident Jodie Lane was fatally electrocuted, raises questions about Con Ed's crackdown on fixing "hot spots" last month. The Utility Workers Union is saying the crackdown was a "con job," as accusations will stary to fly once again that shoddy workmanship contributed to the electrified areas. City Hall promises to keep press on Con Ed, while Assemblyman Richard Brodsky raises a good point, "The real issue is whether these are freak accidents or the inevitable result of a bad system of maintenance and repair."