Delays Vote On A Proposed 3-year Capital Improvement Plan For Utility

A temporary restraining order prevented Commissioners from voting on a proposed 3-year capital improvement plan for Johnson Utilities, LLC. The utility company filed the order in Maricopa County Superior court Wednesday. The judge held a telephonic hearing and, stating she did not have time to research the issue, she signed the temporary restraining order effectively preventing Commissioners their ability and duty to vote on Johnson Utilities matters. Johnson Utilities provides water and wastewater services to the public in portions of Pinal County, Arizona.

All documents relating to this agenda item can be found in the Corporation Commission’s online docket at http://edocket.azcc.gov and entering docket number WS-02987A-18-0050.

Local Group Looking For Utility Customers To Submit Comments To ACC

The ACC is making a motion to retrieve the millions of dollars BACK from Hunt Management and Ultra Management in order to pay for the infrastructure improvements. If the ACC does not win this, it is likely that customers will have to pay for infrastructure improvements again. The United Citizens – Clean Air Clean Water is asking utility customers to submit TWO Public Comments.

For information on how to submit public comments, go online at:

santantimes.com/local-group-looking-for-utility-customers-to-submit-comments-to-acc/

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