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Kentucky Public Service Commission


View Case Filings for: 2024-00035


Case Number:2024-00035
Service Type:Gas
Filing Date:3/4/2024
Category:Regular
Utilities:

DOMASCHKO EXCAVATION CONTRACTORS LLC


Case Nature:

DOMASCHKO EXCAVATION CONTRACTORS LLC









Case Filings
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4/19/2024 12:30:12 PM

Order Entered: Commission’s investigation of Damage Incident 54348 is hereby dismissed without prejudice, any hearing scheduled in this case is canceled, and this case is removed from the Commission’s docket.


4/19/2024 9:50:26 AM

Letter Filing Motion to Dismiss


4/15/2024 3:55:13 PM

Letter Filing Motion to Dismiss


3/4/2024 1:08:16 PM

Order Entered: 1. Domaschko Excavation shall submit to the Commission, via email sent to PSCED@ky.gov with the case number of this proceeding in the subject line of the message, a written response to the allegations contained in the Staff Incident Report within 20 days of receipt of this Order. 2. Domaschko Excavation shall appear on April 26, 2024, at 9 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, in the Richard Raff Hearing Room of the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard in Frankfort, Kentucky, for the purpose of presenting evidence concerning the alleged violation of the Underground Facility Damage Prevention Act. 3. The April 26, 2024 hearing shall be conducted via video conferencing. 4. Domaschko Excavation shall attend the hearing by using the following link: https://meet.goto.com/pscformalhearing/psc-damage-prevention-hearing; information and instructions are attached to this Order as Appendix B. 5. Domaschko Excavation shall notify the Commission at least ten days prior to the hearing if Domaschko Excavation is unable to appear by video conferencing and will therefore appear in person. 6. Any partnership, corporation, or business entity (including a limited liability company) must be represented by an attorney licensed to practice law in Kentucky, and such representation includes the filing of papers with and appearances at hearings before the Commission.