The Water Utility Is On The Agenda
Date and time of meeting:
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Hearing Room One
1200 W. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
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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A full agenda is expected. Items the specifically pertain to the San Tan Valley are currently listed at items 26 and 27.
Those items are as follow:
Johnson Utilities. LLC.
(WS-02987A-18-0050) – In the Matter of the Commission’s Investigation of the Billing and Water Quality Issues of Johnson Utilities, LLC. – Update from EPCOR on interim manager activities.
Johnson Utilities, LLC.
(WS-02987A-18-0050) – In the Matter of the Commission’s Investigation of the Billing and Water Quality Issues of Johnson Utilities, LLC. – Commission discussion, consideration, and possible vote on whether to discontinue service connections in the Johnson service area; continuation of Open Meeting held on October 15, 2018.
This meeting was originally scheduled to take place on October 25th and was to pick up where the October 15, 2018 which involved discussing a potential building moratorium and the interconnection proposal by Queen Creek.
On October 17, 2018 Pinal County Board of Supervisors voted to support the plan provided by Queen Creek which involved interconnections to allow a faster solution to the problems San Tan Valley faces. You can read that article here.