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PSC sets final hearing on raised water rates

September 5, 2013

Public Service Commissioner for the Northern Region Brandon Presley addresses the public on Tuesday night at a hearing on the city of West Point's water rates. The hearing was a continuation of a 2011 hearing, in which PSC heard the West Point Light and Water Department' request to raise rate increases for customers who live one mile outside of city limits. Attorneys for both parties agreed on a schedule that would have a final ruling from PSC on Oct. 11. (Photo by Kate Moser/DTL)

After a two year hiatus, the Public Service Commission set a final hearing date for the West Point water rate increase. On Tuesday, Northern Region Commissioner Brandon Presley announced that attorneys for both parties agreed to a schedule to help make a decision in the case.

The staff for the PSC will have until Sept. 10 to file new data requests and questions regarding the case. The attorney for the city of West Point Light and Water Department will have two weeks to answer the PSC staff. A final ruling will be made by PSC on Oct. 11.

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