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Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission Issues Memorandum on Articles for Conference on Oct. 16

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INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, Oct. 16 -- The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission issued the following memorandum:

TO: Commission Chairman James F. Huston

Commissioners Freeman, Krevda, Ober, and Ziegner

FROM: Commission Technical Divisions

DATE: October 11, 2019

RE: 30-Day Utility Articles for Conference on Wednesday October 16, 2019 @ 10:00 a.m.

The following thirty-day filings have been submitted to the Commission. Each item was reviewed by the appropriate Commission Technical Divisions and all regulations were met in accordance with 170 IAC 1-6 Thirty-Day Administrative Filing Procedures and Guidelines. Therefore, the following filings listed below and attached hereto are recommended to be considered by the Commission at the next conference:

To view the table click here ( Articles 10.16.19.PDF)

Filing Party: Floyds Knobs Water Company Inc.

30-Day Filing ID No.: 50295

Date Filed: September 13, 2019

Filed Pursuant To: 170 IAC 1-6 and 170 IAC 6-5- 1

Request: The utility is proposing to increase its Wholesale Cost Water Tracker rates due to an increase in the wholesale price.

Customer Impact: See Below.

To view the table click here ( Articles 10.16.19.PDF)

Tariff Pages Affected: Appendix A

Staff Recommendations: Requirements met. Staff Recommends approval.


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