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View Case Filings for: 2011-00426


Case Number:2011-00426
Service Type:Water
Filing Date:10/24/2011
Category:Regular
Utilities:

Regular - Company Not Assigned


Case Nature:

Peggy Howell d/b/a Kountry Cafe, Complainant; Water Service Corporation of Kentucky, Defendant









Case Filings
FilingDocuments
9/17/2012

Order Entered: The Complaint is dismissed with prejudice. This case is closed and shall be removed from the Commission’s docket.


5/14/2012

Order Entered: the record in this matter is closed and this matter stands submitted for decision.


4/9/2012

Order Entered: The Complainant shall, within 20 days of the date of this Order, inform the Commission in writing whether it (1) wishes to withdraw its Complaint; (2) wishes to have this matter submitted for decision based upon the existing record; or (3) requests a hearing in this matter.


3/21/2012

Letter to Parties Filing Meter Test Results into the Record


1/17/2012

WSCK's Response to Commission Staff's 122211 Order


1/17/2012

Letter to Parties Regarding Testing of Water Meters


12/22/2011

Order Entered: (1) Within 30 days of date of this Order, Defendant shall make available to the Commission’s offices the meter that it used to provide water service to the Complainant at 105 North Washington Street, Clinton, Kentucky, from December 1, 2010 to May 31, 2011. (2) Within 30 days of date of this Order, Defendant shall file with the Commission all records related to and all tests performed on the meter in question that Defendant did not include with its Answer and, if the meter has been removed from service, shall advise the Commission in writing as to the conditions under which the meter has been stored. (3) The Commission’s Executive Director or his designated representative shall contact Defendant and arrange for the transportation of the meter to the Commission’s offices. (4) The Commission’s Executive Director shall ensure the testing of the meter in question and shall file a report of the test results with the Commission within 90 days of the date of this Order. (5) The Commission’s Executive Director or his designated representative shall advise the parties of the proceeding of the date and time when Commission Staff will perform testing on the meter in question and provide the parties the opportunity to observe the testing. (6) Failure of the Defendant to produce the meter in question shall result in the burden of proof transferring to the Defendant to demonstrate that the meter in question was functioning properly and that the billed amount was accurate.


11/14/2011

Water Service Corporation's Answer


11/3/2011

Order Entered: Water Service is hereby ordered to satisfy the matters complained of or file a written answer to the complaint within ten days of the date of service of this Order.


10/26/2011

Acknowledge Receipt of Filing


10/24/2011

Peggy Howell, Kountry Cafe v. Water Service Corporation of Kentucky