Tuesday, January 15, 2019 &
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.
Hearing Room One
1200 W. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
From the ACC:
This shall serve as notice of an open meeting at the above location for consideration, discussion, and possible vote of the items on the agenda and other matters related thereto. Commissioners may attend the proceedings in person, or by telephone, video, or internet conferencing, and may use this open meeting to ask questions about the matters on the agenda. The parties to the matters to be discussed or their legal representatives are requested, though not required, to attend. The Commissioners may move to executive session, which will not be open to the public, for the purpose of legal advice pursuant to A.R.S. § 38-431.03 (A) (3) on the matters noticed herein.
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Agenda item 17:
Johnson Utilities L.L.C. (WS-02987A-18-0050) – Update from Interim Manager.
Agenda item 18:
EPCOR Water Arizona, Inc. (WS-01303A-17-0257) – Application for a Determination of the Current Fair Value of its Utility Plant and Property and For Increases/Decreases in its Rates and Charges Based Thereon for Utility Service by its Agua Fria, Anthem, Chaparral, Havasu, Mohave, North Mohave, Paradise Valley, Sun City, Sun City West, Tubac, and Willow Valley Water Districts and for Consideration of Consolidation Proposals. (NOTE: This item will be heard for discussion purposes only and no vote will be taken on this item.)
Agenda item 18 is specifically regarding EPCOR service area. This does not include Johnson Utilities. But, it is important to see how EPCOR handles other areas and their existing customer.
Last month EPCOR offered an extensive update to the progress that has been made, while also highlighting the costs associated with the improvement projects.
Additionally, there is on-going conversation regarding Queen Creek interconnecting to alleviate the capacity issues surround the San Tan Valley area as it regards water and sewer systems.
For EPCOR’s previous update, you can go online at:
Part II: santantimes.com/epcor-update-part-ii
Part III: santantimes.com/epcor-update-part-iii