George Johnson Has Been Subpoenaed by the Arizona Corporation Commission
The Arizona Corporation Commission Utilities Division has subpoenaed George Johnson to appear at the Administrative Hearing on March 29th regarding the investigation into the ongoing billing and water quality issues with Johnson Utilities.
In the subpoena Mr. Johnson is ordered to appear and testify under oath regarding his continued involvement with Johnson Utilities, and his ownership interest in the company.
This comes after several interesting and explosive events that have taken place over the last month and a half.
Starting with the two day event of six ACC hearings in San Tan Valley where hundred and hundred of residents came out to tell their story and frustration. This was followed by documentation submitted by the ACC staff on March 8, 2018 that detailed violations and concerns that “the Company may lack the necessary managerial and technical capabilities to appropriately run the utility.“
Additionally, the March 13, 2018 Open Meeting (Agenda 18, Docket number WS-02987A-16-0275) quickly became incredibly interesting with the mention that there is a possible connection between Johnson Utilities and Road Runner Transit.
That Open Meeting climaxed with Johnson Utilities filing a restraining order against the ACC.
Now, the most recent events involve the ACC subpoenaing George Johnson.
What happens next is anyone’s guess at this point. But, all eyes will be on the March 29, 2018 Hearing.
About the Event:
Public Announcement re ACC Hearing for Johnson Utilities and How to Intervene
AZ Corporation Commission Meeting Regarding Johnson Utilities
Thursday, March 29th,
(if needed) Friday, March 30- 10:00am
AZ Corporation Commission-
Hearing Room 1
1200 W Washington Street,
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Supervisor Mike Goodman, who has been at the forefront of this battle for the residents of San Tan Valley, provided the following information for residents to take part:
There are two separate ways to get involved in the hearing on the 29th. You may submit a public comment that will go on the docket, and/or you can intervene in the case. The ACC is recommending that those who wish to speak at the hearings follow the instructions in the links below to intervene in the case and provide appropriate documentation as the hearing will be before a judge so substantial documentation is encouraged.
If you wish to provide documentation and intervene in the case then follow the instructions by going to the link below for more information:
If you do not wish to intervene, then you may follow this link to submit a public comment:
View the entire subpoena online: