Kentucky Public Service Commission


Order Vault 2012


Order Vault
Order DateDocument Case Number
1/3/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Taylor County RECC

2011-00314
1/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix are approved for billing for service rendered on and after January 9, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, BTU shall file its revised tariffs

2011-00512
1/6/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S SECOND INFORMATON REQUEST TO LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY

2011-00211
1/6/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Information Request to Duke Energy Kentucky, Inc.

2011-00448
1/6/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST INFORMATl0N REQUEST TO DUKE ENERGY KENTUCKY, INC.

2011-00471
1/9/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2011-00231
1/9/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2011-00232
1/9/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

First Information Request of Commission Staff to Sierra Club and Natural Resources Defense Council

2011-00375
1/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The Commission, on its own motion, hereby orders that the hearing scheduled in this matter for January 10, 2012 is cancelled and may be rescheduled, if needed, at a later date.

2011-00376
1/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Finding Paragraph 17 of our Order of December 27, 201 1 is amended to read: The proposed loan agreement with KIA is for a lawful object within Adair District’s corporate purposes, is necessary and appropriate for and consistent with Adair District’s proper performance of its service to the public and will not impair Adair District’s ability to perform that service, and is reasonably necessary and appropriate for such purpose.

2011-00478
1/11/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S SECOND REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO WARREN COUNTY WATER DISTRICT

2011-00418
1/10/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Cannonsburg's proposed rates are denied. (2) The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.19 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service that Cannonsburg renders on or after January 1, 2012. (4) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Cannonsburg shall file with the Commission revised tariff sheets.

2011-00518
1/10/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The 2011 Last Chance Water Personnel Training Seminar, which the Commission conducted on December 14, 2011 in Frankfort, Kentucky, is approved for a maximum of 6.0 credit hours of water district management training and a maximum of 2.5 hours of new commissioner training.

2012-00002
1/11/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Order Entered: that Kentucky Power shall, within 20 days of the date of this Order, file supplemental testimony addressing Kentucky Power’s decision to no longer seek recovery via its environmental surcharge of those environmental compliance expenses related to lime hydrate, polymer, and steam expense at multiple Ohio Power Company units, the over-recovery as a result of both Kentucky Power’s failure to adjust the capacity factor expenses since August 201 0 and the inclusion of the lime hydrate, polymer, and steam expenses at multiple Ohio Power Company units. In addition, Kentucky Power should address how it proposes to refund any over-recovery in the supplemental testimony.

2011-00031
1/11/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The Applicant is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. (2) The Applicant shall file a copy of the final decisions regarding the pending FAA and KAZC applications within 10 days of receiving the decisions. (3) The applicant shall immediately notify the Commission in writing if the tower is not used for a period of three months in the manner authorized by this Order. (4) Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph two shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence files.

2011-00377
1/11/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. No later than February 22, 2012, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a report containing its findings and recommendations on Coolbrook’s application. 2. The parties shall file with the Commission any written comments on and any objections to the findings and recommendations contained in the Commission Staff Report no later than March 7, 2012. Any party may file with such submission any additional evidence for the Commission’s consideration. 3. A party’s failure to file a written objection to a finding or recommendation contained in the Staff Report by March 7, 2012 shall be deemed as agreement with that finding or recommendation. 4. An informal conference shall be held in this matter on March 16, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 21 1 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky for the purpose of discussing the findings and recommendations contained in the Commission Staff report and any objections of the parties to those findings and recommendations. 5. Each party shall file with the Commission, no later than March 26, 2012, a list of the witnesses that it intends to call at the scheduled hearing and a summary of each witness’s expected testimony. 6. A formal hearing shall be held in this matter beginning at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, on April 3, 2012 at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky. 7. Coolbrook shall publish notice of the sched

2011-00433
1/11/2012 20120111_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: (1) An investigation of the reliability measures and certain reliability practices of Kentucky’s jurisdictional electric distribution utilities is instituted. All jurisdictional electric distribution utilities shall be parties to this procee

2011-00450
1/11/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that Danielle Frappier and Christopher Fedeli are admitted pro hac vice for the purpose of representing True Wireless, LLC in the above styled proceeding provided that Matthew Malone or another member of the Kentucky Bar Association acts as co-counsel and is present at any and all proceedings before this Commission.

2011-00451
1/11/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) KRWA's instruction to be conducted at its regional meeting on January 17, 2012 in Morehead, Kentucky is accredited and approved for a maximum of 2 credit hours of water district management training. (2) KRWA's instruction to be conducted at its regional meeting on January 19, 2012 in Owensboro, Kentucky is accredited and approved for a maximum of 2 credit hours of water district management training. (3) KRWA's instruction to be conducted at its regional meeting on January 26, 2012 in Draffenville, Kentucky is accredited and approved for a maximum of 2 credit hours of water district management training. (4) KRWA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the accredited and approved presentations. (5) No later than February 15, 2012, KRWA shall file with the Commission: a. A sworn statement attesting that the accredited instruction was performed, b. A description of any changes in the presenters or the proposed curriculum, c. The name of each water district commission who attended, the water district and the number of hours attended.

2011-00479
1/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The Appendices to the Commission's Orders of September 7, 2011, and May 24, 2011, in Case Nos. 2011-00288 and 2011-00120, respectively, are amended to reflect that the volumetric parameters for Rate T-4 are 301-15,000 Mcf and Over 15,000 Mcf. (2) The revised tariff sheets filed by Atmos with its motion are approved. (3) All other provisions of the aforementioned Orders shall remain in full force.

2011-00120
1/12/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Request for Information to Mountain Water District

2011-00186
1/12/2012 DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S SECOND REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO JOINT APPLICANTS

2011-00220
1/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The Appendices to the Commission’s Orders of September 7, 2011, and May 24, 2011, in Case Nos. 2011-00288 and 2011-00120, respectively, are amended to reflect that the volumetric parameters for Rate T-4 are 301-15,000 Mcf and Over 15,000 Mcf. (2) The revised tariff sheets filed by Atmos with its motion are approved. (3) All other provisions of the aforementioned Orders shall remain in full force.

2011-00288
1/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: This case is closed and shall be removed from the Commission's docket.

2011-00341
1/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) This proceeding is established to permit the Commission to consider the reasonableness of KU's and LG&E's request to continue the Real-Time Pricing Riders. (2) The 2009 Annual Report filed on March 1, 2010 and the detailed evaluation filed on June 30, 2011 shall be incorporated into the record of this proceeding. (3) An informal conference shall be scheduled for Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. EST, in CR #1 at the Commission's offices in Frankfort, KY.

2012-00010
1/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: No informal conference regarding a procedural schedule shall be convened until the Commission adjudicates KIUC's pending motion to dismiss.

2011-00036
1/13/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

COMMISSION STAFF’S NOTICE OF RESCHEDULING OF INFORMAL CONFERENCE

2011-00231
1/13/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

COMMISSION STAFF’S NOTICE OF RESCHEDULING OF INFORMAL CONFERENCE

2011-00232
1/13/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Kentucky Power Company

2011-00401
1/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Duke Kentucky's request to dismiss the complaint is denied. (2) Duke Kentucky's motion to amend the procedural schedule is granted. (3) Bulldog shall file its responses to Commission Staff's and Duke Kentucky's supplemental data requests within ten days of the date of this Order. (4) All parties shall file a request for hearing, if any, no later than February 3, 2012. (5) The procedural schedule appended to the Commission's November 17, 2011 Order is modified to the limited extent set forth in Ordering Paragraphs 3 and 4. (6) All other provisions of the November 17, 2011 Order remain in full force and effect.

2010-00404
1/17/2012 PSC_NOTICE

Notice Relating to Commission Staff's Request for Information to Jessamine-South Elkhorn Water District

2011-00198
1/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1 TeleDias’ request to withdraw its Competitive Local Exchange Carrier Certificate of Authority is granted. 2. This case is closed and shall be removed from the Commission’s docket.

2011-00328
1/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Woodland Acres Second Amended Motion for Extension of Time to File Required Reports is granted. (2) Woodland Acres is granted an extension of time up to and including January 31, 2012 to file its required financial and statistical reports and gross operating reports for calendar years 2009 and 2010. (3) Any further extensions of time to file will be granted only upon a showing of undue hardship or exceptional circumstances. (4) Woodland Acres' failure to file the required reports by January 31, 2012 or such later date if an extension is granted pursuant to Ordering Paragraph 3, will be considered a violation of this Order for purposes of assessing a penalty under KRS 278.990.

2011-00349
1/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered (1) No later than February 20, 2012, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a report containing its findings and recommendations on Gallatin District's application. (2) The parties shall file with the Commission their written comments no later than March 5, 2012. (3) A party's failure to file written objections by March 5, 2012 shall be deemed as agreement with that finding or recommendation. (4) No later than March 5, 2012, each party shall notify the Commission in writing whether this matter may be submitted for decision based upon the existing record and without hearing. (5) Unless all parties request that this matter be submitted for decision upon the existing record, an informal conference shall be held on March 20, 2012 at 10;00 a.m. (6) Unless all parties request that this matter be submitted for decision upon the existing record, a formal hearing shall be held on April 10, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. (7) Each party shall file with the Commission no later than March 27, 2012 a list of persons it intends to call as witnesses at the scheduled hearing. (8) Gallatin District shall publish notice of the scheduled hearing no fewer than seven and nor more than 21 days prior to the hearing. (9) All provisions of the Commission's Order of October 21, 2011 that conflict with the provisions of this Order are vacated.

2011-00378
1/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

The Commission, on its own motion, hereby orders that the hearing scheduled in this matter for January 18, 2012 is cancelled and may be rescheduled, if needed, at a later date.

2011-00407
1/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Kentucky Frontier's request to file its application pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001, Section 10, is granted. (2) Kentucky Frontier's request for waivers of certain of the filing requirements of 807 KAR 5:001, Section 10(6), as noted above is granted. (3) Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering future Orders in this matter.

2011-00513
1/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Green Hills is granted an extension of time up to and including January 31, 2012, to file its required financial and statistical reports and gross operating reports for calendar years 2009 and 2010. Green Hills’ Motion is granted. Green Hills is assessed a civil penalty of $250.00. Payment of the penalty shall be made no later than January 31, 2011 by certified check or money order made payable to the Treasurer, Commonwealth of Kentucky, and shall be delivered to the Office of General Counsel, Public Service Commission, 211 Sower Boulevard, P.O. Box 61 5, Frankfort, Kentucky 40602-0615. 5. Green Hills’ failure to file the required reports and submit the required civil penalty within the time period specified by this Order will subject it to additional civil penalties.

2011-00338
1/18/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Gallatin County Water District

2011-00378
1/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Bath County's proposed rates are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment of $0.08 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service rendered on or after January 15, 2012. (4) The tariff sheets filed by Bath County are approved.

2011-00514
1/19/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The cash-back promotions at issue must be made available for resale. (2) DPi may recover the credit disputes it brought under and during the 2003-2006 interconnection agreement. (3) DPi may not recover for credit disputes brought under the 2007 interconnection agreement. (4) The credits due dPi shall not be discounted by AT&T Kentucky's proposed 27 percent error rate. (5) Any promotional discount must be reduced by the wholesale discount. (6) An incumbent carrier does not need to seek preapproval from the Commission before placing a restriction on resale. (7) This is a final and appealable order.

2009-00127
1/19/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: This case is closed and shall be removed from the Commission’s docket.

2011-00334
1/19/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The motion of Tom Vierheller, Beverly May, and the Sierra Club to intervene is granted and Tom Vierheller, Beverly May and the Sierra Club shall accept the existing procedural schedule. (2) Tom Vierheller, Beverly May, and the Sierra Club shall be entitled to the full rights of a party. (3) Should Tom Vierheller, Beverly May, and the Sierra Club file documents of any kind with the Commission, Tom Vierheller, Beverly May, and the Sierra Club shall also serve a copy of said documents on all other parties of record.

2011-00401
1/19/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO K YTX OIL & GAS, LLC

2011-00507
1/19/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Cumberland Falls' proposed rates are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment of $0.38 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service rendered on or after December 20, 2011. (4) The tariff sheets filed by Cumberland Falls are approved as filed.

2011-00515
1/20/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Jackson County Water Association, Inc.

2011-00240
1/20/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The record of Case No. 2009-0003721 is incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. 2. Citizens National's application for Commission approval of the acquisition of the South Fork sewer facilities is denied as moot. 3. Citizens National is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to provide sewer service to the Villas at Woodson Bend. 4. Citizens National shall not begin providing sewer service for compensation until its rates for service have been filed with and approved by the Commission.

2011-00302
1/20/2012 PSC_ORDER

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO COOLBROOK UTILITIES, LLC.

2011-00433
1/20/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered :1. The rates in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after January 23,2012. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Delta shall file its revised tariffs with this Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2011-00516
1/20/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2012-00016
1/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Kentucky Power's proposed residential and commercial DSM surcharge factors contained in its August 15, 2011 application are denied. (2) Kentucky Power's corrected proposed residential and commercial DSM surcharge factors as shown in its September 30, 2011 response are approved effective for service rendered on and after January 31, 2012. (3) Kentucky Power's proposed decreases in the target participation levels of the Commercial High Efficiency Heat Pump/Air Conditioner Program and Residential and Small Commercial Load Management Program are approved. (4) Kentucky Power's proposed increase for 2011 evaluation expense from $2,000 to $5,305 for the Commercial High Efficiency Heat Pump/Air Conditioner Program is approved. (5) Kentucky Power's request for a three-year extension, through 2014, of the following programs: Targeted Energy Efficiency; Community Outreach CFL; Energy Education for Students; Mobile Home Heat Pump, Mobile Home New Construction; and High Efficiency Heat Pump is approved. (6) Kentucky Power's request for a two-year extension, through 2013, of the Modified Energy Fitness Program is approved. (7) Within 10 days of the date of this Order, Kentucky Power shall file a revised tariff showing the date of issue and that it was issued by authority of this Order.

2011-00300
1/23/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

COMMISSION STAFF’S NOTICE OF INFORMAL CONFERENCE

2011-00395
1/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: LG&E’s proposed land swap as described in the application is approved.

2011-00435
1/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix are approved for billing for service rendered on and after February 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, People's shall file its revised tariff sheets.

2011-00510
1/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The rates in the Appendix to this Order, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for final meter readings on and after February 1 , 2012. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Equitable shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates authorized herein, reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2011-00517
1/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The rates in the Appendix to this Order, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for billing for service rendered by Jefferson on and after February 1, 2012. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Jefferson shall file its revised tariffs with this Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2011-00521
1/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix are approved for billing for service rendered on and after February 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Public shall file its revised tariffs.

2011-00522
1/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates proposed by Auxier are denied. (2) The rates in the Appendix are approved for billing for service rendered on and after February 1, 2012. (3) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Auxier shall file its revised tariff sheets.

2012-00006
1/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Elkhorn's motion to withdraw is granted and this case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2011-00083
1/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Mountain Water District's motion to withdraw is granted. (2) This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2011-00186
1/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Jakes Branch Proposed rate is approved. The rate in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, is approved for service rendered on and after the date of this Order. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Jakes Branch shall file with this Commission its revised tariff showing the effective date, the date of issue, and a statement that it is issued pursuant to this Order

2011-00387
1/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Montgomery Creek’s proposed rate and reconnect fee are approved. 2. The rates in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for service rendered on and after the date of this Order. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Montgomery Creek shall file with this Commission its revised tariff showing the effective date, the date of issue, and a statement that it is issued pursuant to this Order

2011-00388
1/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Kenergy is granted a CPCN to replace the identified cut-outs on an accelerated schedule as proposed and described in its application. (2) Kenergy shall file an annual progress report on the cut-out replacement program. (3) Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph two shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2011-00432
1/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix are approved for final meter readings on and after February 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Atmos shall file its revised tariff sheets.

2011-00520
1/24/2012 PSC_ORDER01

Order Entered: 1. The rate in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, is approved for gas supplied on and after February 1 , 2012. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, LG&E shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2011-00523
1/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix are approved for final meter readings on and after February 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Bright's Propane shall file its revised tariffs.

2012-00007
1/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The rates proposed by Duke and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after February 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Duke shall file its revised tariffs with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00015
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1) KY Power is granted CPCN to construct Bonnyman-Soft Shell 138 kV transmission line & related facilities. 2) In the event KY Power moves centerline of right-of-way, KY Power shall provide evidence affected property owner, or owners, was notified in accordance with 807 KAR 5:120, Section 2(3). KY Power shall obtain written permission of property owner, or owners & provide copy of documentation within 30 days after documentation becomes available. 3) In the event Kentucky Power desire changes in route greater than distance identified, or involving landowners not identified in application, KY Power shall file new application. 4) In event another agency requires alteration of line that does not meet all of conditions identified in findings, Kentucky Power shall apply for CPCN for modified route. 5) Kentucky Power shall file any permits acquired within 30 days of issuance. 5) Before construction begins, Kentucky Power shall file survey of final location of transmission line, along with table of parcels and easement status demonstrating that Kentucky Power has obtained all necessary easements. If Kentucky Power has not obtained all of the easements necessary to construct the transmission line, KY Power shall file a report demonstrating that it has undertaken condemnation proceedings pursuant to KRS Chapter 416 in order to obtain necessary rights-of-way. 7) KY Power shall file “as-built” drawings or maps within 60 days of completion of construction.

2011-00295
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Riverside's motion for intervention is denied.

2011-00401
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Kentucky Power shall appear in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission’s offices on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., to submit itself to examination on the application of its Fuel Adjustment Clause (“FAC”) from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 2011. 2. Not less than 7 days nor more than 21 days prior to the hearing, Kentucky Power shall publish notice of the purpose, time, place and date of the scheduled hearing. 3. Kentucky Power shall file with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012 proof of publication of its notice for the hearing. 4. The official record of the proceeding shall be by video only. 5. a. The information requested in the Appendix is due not later than 21 days from the date of this Order. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, with copies to all parties of record and an original and ten copies to the Commission. b. Each response shall be answered under oath. c. A party shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains information which indicates that the response was incorrect when made. d. Any request a party refuses to furnish the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation. 6. Any party who wishes to file testimony or request information from Kentucky Power may petition the Commission for a procedural schedule. 7. All documents that Kentucky Power filed with the Commission during the period under review, are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding.

2011-00482
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. East Kentucky shall appear in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission’s offices on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., to submit itself to examination on the application of its Fuel Adjustment Clause (“FAC”) from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 2011. 2. Not less than 7 days nor more than 21 days prior to the hearing, East Kentucky shall publish notice of the purpose, time, place and date of the scheduled hearing. 3. East Kentucky shall file with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012 proof of publication of its notice for the hearing. 4. The official record of the proceeding shall be by video only. 5. a. The information requested in the Appendix is due not later than 21 days from the date of this Order. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, with copies to all parties of record and an original and ten copies to the Commission. b. Each response shall be answered under oath. c. A party shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains information which indicates that the response was incorrect when made. d. Any request a party refuses to furnish the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation. 6. Any party who wishes to file testimony or request information from East Kentucky may petition the Commission for a procedural schedule. 7. All documents that East Kentucky filed with the Commission during the period under review, are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding.

2011-00483
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. KU shall appear in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission’s offices on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., to submit itself to examination on the application of its Fuel Adjustment Clause (“FAC”) from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 2011. 2. Not less than 7 days nor more than 21 days prior to the hearing, KU shall publish notice of the purpose, time, place and date of the scheduled hearing. 3. KU shall file with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012 proof of publication of its notice for the hearing. 4. The official record of the proceeding shall be by video only. 5. a. The information requested in the Appendix is due not later than 21 days from the date of this Order. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, with copies to all parties of record and an original and ten copies to the Commission. b. Each response shall be answered under oath. c. A party shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains information which indicates that the response was incorrect when made. d. Any request a party refuses to furnish the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation. 6. Any party who wishes to file testimony or request information from KU may petition the Commission for a procedural schedule. 7. All documents that KU filed with the Commission during the period under review, are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding.

2011-00484
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. LG&E shall appear in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission’s offices on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., to submit itself to examination on the application of its Fuel Adjustment Clause (“FAC”) from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 2011. 2. Not less than 7 days nor more than 21 days prior to the hearing, LG&E shall publish notice of the purpose, time, place and date of the scheduled hearing. 3. LG&E shall file with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012 proof of publication of its notice for the hearing. 4. The official record of the proceeding shall be by video only. 5. a. The information requested in the Appendix is due not later than 21 days from the date of this Order. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, with copies to all parties of record and an original and ten copies to the Commission. b. Each response shall be answered under oath. c. A party shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains information which indicates that the response was incorrect when made. d. Any request a party refuses to furnish the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation. 6. Any party who wishes to file testimony or request information from LG&E may petition the Commission for a procedural schedule. 7. All documents that LG&E filed with the Commission during the period under review, are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding.

2011-00485
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky shall appear in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission’s offices on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., to submit itself to examination on the application of its Fuel Adjustment Clause (“FAC”) from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 2011. 2. Not less than 7 days nor more than 21 days prior to the hearing, Duke Kentucky shall publish notice of the purpose, time, place and date of the scheduled hearing. 3. Duke Kentucky shall file with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012 proof of publication of its notice for the hearing. 4. The official record of the proceeding shall be by video only. 5. a. The information requested in the Appendix is due not later than 21 days from the date of this Order. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, with copies to all parties of record and an original and ten copies to the Commission. b. Each response shall be answered under oath. c. A party shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains information which indicates that the response was incorrect when made. d. Any request a party refuses to furnish the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation. 6. Any party who wishes to file testimony or request information from Duke Kentucky may petition the Commission for a procedural schedule. 7. All documents that Duke Kentucky filed with the Commission during the period under review, are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding.

2011-00486
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Big Rivers shall appear in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission’s offices on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., to submit itself to examination on the application of its Fuel Adjustment Clause (“FAC”) from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 2011. 2. Not less than 7 days nor more than 21 days prior to the hearing, Big Rivers shall publish notice of the purpose, time, place and date of the scheduled hearing. 3. Big Rivers shall file with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012 proof of publication of its notice for the hearing. 4. The official record of the proceeding shall be by video only. 5. a. The information requested in the Appendix is due not later than 21 days from the date of this Order. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, with copies to all parties of record and an original and ten copies to the Commission. b. Each response shall be answered under oath. c. A party shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains information which indicates that the response was incorrect when made. d. Any request a party refuses to furnish the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation. 6. Any party who wishes to file testimony or request information from Big Rivers may petition the Commission for a procedural schedule. 7. All documents that Big Rivers filed with the Commission during the period under review, are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding.

2011-00487
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., at the Commission’s offices to examine the application of the Fuel Adjustment Clause of Big Sandy from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 2011. 2. Big Sandy shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents that Big Sandy filed with the Commission during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. 4. Big Sandy shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing. Big Sandy shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice no later than March 6, 2012. A public hearing will be held on Friday, March 9, 2012, at 1O:OO a.m., at the Kentucky Public Service Commission, to examine the application of the Fuel Adjustment Clause of Big Sandy Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation for the period May 1, 2011- October 31 ,2011. Individuals interested in attending shall notify the PSC in writing no later than March 6, 2012. If no notices are received by that date, this hearing will be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. Written notice should be sent to: Executive Director, Kentucky PSC, P.O. Box 615, Frankfort, KY 40602. 5. The official record of the proceeding shall be by video.

2011-00488
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., at the Commission’s offices to examine the application of the Fuel Adjustment Clause of Blue Grass from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 2011. 2. Blue Grass shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents that Blue Grass filed with the Commission during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. 4. Blue Grass shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing. Blue Grass shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice no later than March 6, 2012. A public hearing will be held on Friday, March 9, 2012, at 1O:OO a.m., at the Kentucky Public Service Commission, to examine the application of the Fuel Adjustment Clause of Blue Grass Energy Cooperative Corporation for the period May 1, 2011- October 31 ,2011. Individuals interested in attending shall notify the PSC in writing no later than March 6, 2012. If no notices are received by that date, this hearing will be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. Written notice should be sent to: Executive Director, Kentucky PSC, P.O. Box 615, Frankfort, 40602. 5. The official record of the proceeding shall be by video.

2011-00489
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., at the Commission’s offices to examine the application of the Fuel Adjustment Clause of Clark from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 2011. 2. Clark shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents that Clark filed with the Commission during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. 4. Clark shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing. Clark shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice no later than March 6, 2012. A public hearing will be held on Friday, March 9, 2012, at 1O:OO a.m., at the Kentucky Public Service Commission, to examine the application of the Fuel Adjustment Clause of Clark Energy Cooperative for the period May 1, 2011- October 31 ,2011. Individuals interested in attending shall notify the PSC in writing no later than March 6, 2012. If no notices are received by that date, this hearing will be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. Written notice should be sent to: Executive Director, Kentucky PSC, P.O. Box 615, Frankfort, KY 40602. 5. The official record of the proceeding shall be by video.

2011-00490
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., at the Commission’s offices to examine the application of the Fuel Adjustment Clause of Cumberland Valley from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 2011. 2. Cumberland Valley shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents that Cumberland Valley filed with the Commission during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. 4. Cumberland Valley shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing. Cumberland Valley shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice no later than March 6, 2012. A public hearing will be held on Friday, March 9, 2012, at 1O:OO a.m., at the Kentucky PSC, to examine the application of the Fuel Adjustment Clause of Cumberland Valley Electric, Inc. for the period May 1, 2011- October 31 ,2011. Individuals interested in attending shall notify the PSC in writing no later than March 6, 2012. If no notices are received by that date, this hearing will be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. Written notice should be sent to: Executive Director, Kentucky PSC, P.O. Box 615, Frankfort, KY 40602. 5. The official record of the proceeding shall be by video.

2011-00491
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., at the Commission’s offices to examine the application of the Fuel Adjustment Clause of Farmers from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 2011. 2. Farmers shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents that Farmers filed with the Commission during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. 4. Farmers shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing. Farmers shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice no later than March 6, 2012. A public hearing will be held on Friday, March 9, 2012, at 1O:OO a.m., at the Kentucky Public Service Commission, to examine the application of the Fuel Adjustment Clause of Farmers Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation for the period May 1, 2011- October 31 ,2011. Individuals interested in attending shall notify the PSC in writing no later than March 6, 2012. If no notices are received by that date, this hearing will be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. Written notice should be sent to: Executive Director, Kentucky PSC, P.O. Box 615, Frankfort, KY 40602. 5. The official record of the proceeding shall be by video.

2011-00492
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., at the Commission’s offices to examine the application of the Fuel Adjustment Clause of Fleming-Mason from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 2011. 2. Fleming-Mason shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents that Fleming-Mason filed with the Commission during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. 4. Fleming-Mason shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the hearing. Fleming-Mason shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice no later than March 6, 2012. A public hearing will be held on Friday, March 9, 2012, at 1O:OO a.m., at the Kentucky PSC, to examine the application of the Fuel Adjustment Clause of Fleming-Mason Energy Cooperative, Inc. for the period May 1, 2011- October 31, 2011. Individuals interested in attending shall notify the PSC in writing no later than March 6, 2012. If no notices are received by that date, this hearing will be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. Written notice should be sent to: Executive Director, Kentucky PSC, P.O. Box 615, Frankfort, KY 40602. 5. The official record of the proceeding shall be by video.

2011-00493
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to examine fuel adjustment clause from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 201 1. If no interested party files written notice of its intent to attend this hearing with the Commission by March 6, 2012, this public hearing shall be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. 2 Shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents filed with the Commission pursuant to 807 KAR 5:056, Section 1 (7) and (9), during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. Shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in its service areas or in a trade publication or newsletter going to all customers. Shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012. Official record of the proceeding shall be by video only.

2011-00494
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to examine fuel adjustment clause from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 201 1. If no interested party files written notice of its intent to attend this hearing with the Commission by March 6, 2012, this public hearing shall be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. 2 Shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents filed with the Commission pursuant to 807 KAR 5:056, Section 1 (7) and (9), during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. Shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in its service areas or in a trade publication or newsletter going to all customers. Shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012. Official record of the proceeding shall be by video only.

2011-00495
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to examine fuel adjustment clause from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 201 1. If no interested party files written notice of its intent to attend this hearing with the Commission by March 6, 2012, this public hearing shall be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. 2 Shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents filed with the Commission pursuant to 807 KAR 5:056, Section 1 (7) and (9), during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. Shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in its service areas or in a trade publication or newsletter going to all customers. Shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012. Official record of the proceeding shall be by video only.

2011-00496
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to examine fuel adjustment clause from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 201 1. If no interested party files written notice of its intent to attend this hearing with the Commission by March 6, 2012, this public hearing shall be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. 2 Shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents filed with the Commission pursuant to 807 KAR 5:056, Section 1 (7) and (9), during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. Shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in its service areas or in a trade publication or newsletter going to all customers. Shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012. Official record of the proceeding shall be by video only.

2011-00497
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to examine fuel adjustment clause from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 201 1. If no interested party files written notice of its intent to attend this hearing with the Commission by March 6, 2012, this public hearing shall be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. 2 Shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents filed with the Commission pursuant to 807 KAR 5:056, Section 1 (7) and (9), during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. Shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in its service areas or in a trade publication or newsletter going to all customers. Shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012. Official record of the proceeding shall be by video only.

2011-00498
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to examine fuel adjustment clause from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 201 1. If no interested party files written notice of its intent to attend this hearing with the Commission by March 6, 2012, this public hearing shall be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. 2 Shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents filed with the Commission pursuant to 807 KAR 5:056, Section 1 (7) and (9), during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. Shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in its service areas or in a trade publication or newsletter going to all customers. Shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012. Official record of the proceeding shall be by video only.

2011-00499
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to examine fuel adjustment clause from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 201 1. If no interested party files written notice of its intent to attend this hearing with the Commission by March 6, 2012, this public hearing shall be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. 2 Shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents filed with the Commission pursuant to 807 KAR 5:056, Section 1 (7) and (9), during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. Shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in its service areas or in a trade publication or newsletter going to all customers. Shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012. Official record of the proceeding shall be by video only.

2011-00500
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to examine fuel adjustment clause from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 201 1. If no interested party files written notice of its intent to attend this hearing with the Commission by March 6, 2012, this public hearing shall be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. 2 Shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents filed with the Commission pursuant to 807 KAR 5:056, Section 1 (7) and (9), during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. Shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in its service areas or in a trade publication or newsletter going to all customers. Shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012. Official record of the proceeding shall be by video only.

2011-00501
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to examine fuel adjustment clause from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 201 1. If no interested party files written notice of its intent to attend this hearing with the Commission by March 6, 2012, this public hearing shall be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. 2 Shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents filed with the Commission pursuant to 807 KAR 5:056, Section 1 (7) and (9), during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. Shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in its service areas or in a trade publication or newsletter going to all customers. Shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012. Official record of the proceeding shall be by video only.

2011-00502
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to examine fuel adjustment clause from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 201 1. If no interested party files written notice of its intent to attend this hearing with the Commission by March 6, 2012, this public hearing shall be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. 2 Shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents filed with the Commission pursuant to 807 KAR 5:056, Section 1 (7) and (9), during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. Shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in its service areas or in a trade publication or newsletter going to all customers. Shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012. Official record of the proceeding shall be by video only.

2011-00503
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to examine fuel adjustment clause from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 201 1. If no interested party files written notice of its intent to attend this hearing with the Commission by March 6, 2012, this public hearing shall be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. 2 Shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents filed with the Commission pursuant to 807 KAR 5:056, Section 1 (7) and (9), during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. Shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in its service areas or in a trade publication or newsletter going to all customers. Shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012. Official record of the proceeding shall be by video only.

2011-00504
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to examine fuel adjustment clause from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 201 1. If no interested party files written notice of its intent to attend this hearing with the Commission by March 6, 2012, this public hearing shall be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. 2 Shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents filed with the Commission pursuant to 807 KAR 5:056, Section 1 (7) and (9), during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. Shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in its service areas or in a trade publication or newsletter going to all customers. Shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012. Official record of the proceeding shall be by video only.

2011-00505
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A public hearing shall be held on March 9, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Standard Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to examine fuel adjustment clause from May 1, 201 1 through October 31, 201 1. If no interested party files written notice of its intent to attend this hearing with the Commission by March 6, 2012, this public hearing shall be cancelled and the matter shall be considered submitted for decision based on the evidence in the record. 2 Shall file with the Commission, no later than 21 days from the date of this Order, an affidavit attesting to its compliance or noncompliance with the requirements of 807 KAR 5:056. 3. All documents filed with the Commission pursuant to 807 KAR 5:056, Section 1 (7) and (9), during the period under review are incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. Shall publish the following notice no less than seven days or more than 21 days prior to the public hearing in a newspaper of general circulation in its service areas or in a trade publication or newsletter going to all customers. Shall also file an Affidavit of Publication of Hearing Notice with the Commission no later than March 6, 2012. Official record of the proceeding shall be by video only.

2011-00506
1/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Duke Kentucky's request to reduce the notice period from 30 to 20 days for the change to the Rate IMBS index is granted.

2012-00014
1/27/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2011-00184
1/27/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Hardin’s application for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity is denied. 2. The provisions of the proposed contract related to Hardin’s rates and service are approved for service that Hardin renders to the Government on and after February 1,2012. 3. Hardin’s proposed tariff sheets related to Hardin‘s service to the Government are rejected. 4. Hardin’s request for a deviation from 807 KAR 5066, Section 6(3) is denied. 5. Within 45 days of the date of this Order, Hardin shall revise its filed rate schedules to reflect its provision of transportation service. 6. Hardin shall advise the Commission in writing within 45 days of its efforts to extend its territorial limits to include the Fort Knox Military Installation or, provide documentary evidence that the Fort Knox Military Installation is presently within Hardin’s territorial limits. 7. If Hardin must obtain revisions to its territorial limits, Hardin shall file with the Commission, within five days of the entry of all Orders from the appropriate county judges/executive revising those territorial limits, a copy of such Order(s). 8. Hardin shall maintain separate accounts for its operation of the Fort Knox Military Installation potable water utility. 9. Any documents filed with the Commission pursuant to Ordering paragraphs five and six of this Order shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file.

2011-00416
1/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: A hearing in this matter shall be held on March 20, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard , Frankfort , Kentucky . 2. The official record of these proceedings shall be by video only. 3. Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company shall publish notice of this hearing in compliance with 807 KAR 5:Ol I, Section 8(5). 4. Any request to cancel or postpone this hearing shall be made by motion filed with the Commission at least one week before the hearing is scheduled to commence.

2011-00375
1/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the procedural schedule established by our Order of December 20, 2011 is stricken and replaced with the schedule appended to this Order.

2011-00419
1/30/2012 PSC_NOTICE

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2011-00459
1/30/2012 PSC_NOTICE

Notice of Filing Commission Staff Report

2011-00481
1/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Frontier’s proposed rates, which are to be effective on March 1, 2012, are suspended for five months, up to and including July 31 , 2012. 2. The procedural schedule shown in the Appendix, which is attached hereto and incorporated herein, shall be followed. 3. a. All requests for information and responses thereto shall be appropriately bound, tabbed and indexed and the original and 10 copies shall be filed with the Commission, with copies to all parties of record. Any request for information by letter from Commission Staff shall be responded to as if set forth in a Commission Order. All responses shall include the name of the witness who will be responsible for responding to questions related to the information provided. b. Each response shall be provided under oath or, for representatives of a public or private corporation or a partnership or an association or a governmental agency, be accompanied by a signed certification of the preparer or person supervising the preparation of the response on behalf of the entity that the response is true and accurate to the best of that person’s knowledge, information, and belief formed after a reasonable inquiry. c. A party shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains information which indicates that the response was incorrect when made or, though correct when made, is now incorrect in any material respect. d. For any request to which a party fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested in

2011-00513
1/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Union County's proposed rates are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment of $0.01 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service rendered on or after January 1, 2012. (4) The tariff sheet filed by Union County is approved as filed.

2012-00003
1/30/2012 20120130_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00031
1/31/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates proposed by Mike Little are denied. (2) The rates in the Appendix are approved for billing for service rendered on and after February 1, 2012. (3) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Mike Little shall file its revised tariffs.

2011-00511
1/31/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Columbia’s proposed Energy Efficiency and Conservation tariffs are suspended for five months from the initial proposed effective date of January 31, 2012 up to and including June 30, 2012. 2. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter. 3. Columbia’s existing Energy Efficiency and Conservation programs and tariff riders shall remain in effect pending further Order of the Commission

2012-00016
2/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: KU’s request to submit this case for a decision on the existing evidence of record without a hearing is granted. KU’s Response to Commission Staff’s First Request for Information, Appendix B, Item 6” 2. KU shall include a $596,811 monthly decrease in its jurisdictional environmental revenue requirement determined in the first four months and a $596,812 decrease in the next two months, beginning in the second full billing month following the month in which the Commission issues its Final Order in this proceeding. 3. KU shall roll $49,410,832 into its existing base rates in environmental surcharge amounts found to be just and reasonable herein. The roll-in shall be allocated to the customer classes as described in the Settlement Agreement approved in Case No. 201 1-00161" 4. For the 2005, 2006, and 2009 Compliance Plans, KU shall use an overall rate of return on capital of 7.43 percent, a tax gross-up factor of 0.56, a return-on-equity rate of 10.63 percent and an overall grossed-up return of 10.56 percent in all monthly environmental surcharge filings subsequent to the date of this Order. 5. For the 201 1 Compliance Plan, KU shall calculate an overall rate of return on capital using a return-on-equity rate of 10.1 percent for all projects included in the 2011 Compliance Plan in all monthly environmental surcharge filings subsequent to the date of this Order. 6. KU shall make the proposed modifications described herein to the calculation of the monthly environm

2011-00231
2/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: I. LG&E’s request to submit this case for a decision on the existing evidence of record is granted. 2. LGQE shall include a $241,530 monthly increase in its jurisdictional environmental revenue requirement determined in the first month beginning in the second full billing month following the month in which the Commission issues its final Order. 3. LG&E shall roll into its existing base rates $2,330,762 in environmental surcharge amounts. The roll-in shall be allocated as described in the Settlement Agreement in Case No. 2011-00162. 4. For 2005, 2006, and 2009 Compliance Plans, LG&E shall use an overall rate of return on capital of 7.58%, a tax gross-up factor of 0.56, and an overall grossed-up return of 10.82%. 5. For the 2011 Compliance Plan, KU shall calculate an overall rate of return on capital using a return-on-equity rate of 10.1 percent for projects included in the 201 1 Compliance Plan in all monthly environmental surcharge filings. 6. LG&E shall make the proposed modifications to the calculation of the monthly environmental surcharge billing factor beginning with the second full billing month following the month in which the Commission issues its final Order. 7. Within 20 days, LG&E shall file: revised tariffs reflecting the changes to its base rates; the same type of supporting documentation it filed in Case No. 2007-00380; and a red-lined version of its tariff. 8. L.G&E shall file revised environmental surcharge tariffs within 20 days.

2011-00232
2/1/2012 PSC_NOTICE

NOTICE OF FILLING OF COMMISSION STAFF REPORT

2011-00425
2/1/2012 PSC_NOTICE

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2011-00458
2/1/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Information Request to Duke Energy Kentucky, Inc.

2011-00471
2/2/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Order Entered: Atmos shall file the information requested at the IC no later than February 3, 2012. 2. The amended procedural schedule in the Commission’s Order of December 27, 2011 is hereby amended to provide for written comments on Atmos’s Application no later than February 17, 2012 and Atmos’s responses to comments no later than March 2, 2012.

2011-00395
2/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The petition of Cintex Wireless is dismissed without prejudice for failure to meet the qualifications of an ETC.

2011-00427
2/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The petition of True Wireless is dismissed without prejudice for failure to meet the qualifications of an ETC.

2011-00451
2/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The petition of Q Link Wireless is dismissed without prejudice for failure to meet the qualifications of an ETC.

2011-00480
2/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Bracken District’s proposed rates are denied. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.25 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. 3. The rates in Appendix B are approved for service rendered on or after February 1 , 2012. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Bracken District shall file revised tariff sheets with the Commission that reflect the rates approved herein.

2012-00005
2/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Navitas KY's proposed rates are denied. (2) The rates in the Appendix are approved for billing for service rendered on and after February 12, 2012. (3) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Navitas KY shall file its revised tariffs.

2011-00410
2/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The Applicant is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. (2) The Applicant shall file a copy of the final decisions regarding the pending FAA and KAZC applications within ten days of receiving the decisions. (3) The Applicant shall notify the Commission if the tower is not used for a period of three months in the manner authorized by this Order. (4) Any documents filed in the future shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence files.

2011-00423
2/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Coolbrook’s Motion for Extension of Time is granted in part and denied in part. 2. Coolbrook shall file its responses to Commission Staffs First Request for Information with the Commission no later than February 13, 2012. 3. The procedural schedule set out in the Commission’s Order of January 20, 2012 is vacated in its entirety and is replaced with the procedural schedule set forth in this Order. 4. No later than March 5, 2012, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a report containing its findings and recommendations on Coolbrook’s application. 5. The parties shall file with the Commission any written comments on and any objections to the findings and recommendations contained in the Commission Staff Report no later than March 19’ 2012. 6. A party’s failure to file a written objection to a finding or recommendation contained in the Staff Report by March 19, 2012 shall be deemed as agreement with that finding or recommendation. 7. Each party shall file with the Commission, no later than March 26, 2012, a list of the witnesses that it intends to call at the scheduled hearing and a summary of each witness’s expected testimony. 8. A formal hearing shall be held in this matter beginning at 1O:OO a.m., on April 3, 2012 at the Commission’s offices. 9. Coolbrook shall publish notice of the scheduled hearing. 10 . Pursuant to KRS 278.360, the record of the formal hearing shall be by videotape.

2011-00433
2/3/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Information Request to Duke Energy Kentucky, Inc.

2011-00448
2/3/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO KENTUCKY FRONTIER GAS COMPANY, LLC.

2011-00513
2/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Big Sandy’s proposed rates are approved. The purchased water adjustment of $0.04 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. 4. The rates in Appendix B are approved for service rendered on or after Jan 1, 12. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Big Sandy shall file revised tariff sheets with the Commission that reflect the rates approved in this Order and that are signed by an officer who is authorized to issue tariffs.

2012-00012
2/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: I. Adair District is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the proposed construction project. Adair District’s proposed plan of financing is accepted. Adair District is authorized to issue $1,459,000 of its Water Revenue Bonds, Series of 2012, at an interest rate not exceeding 2.375 percent per annum, maturing over 40 years. 4. The proceeds from the proposed bond issuance shall be used only for the purposes specified in Adair District’s application. 5. Notwithstanding ordering paragraph 4, if surplus funds remain after the approved construction has been completed, Adair District may use such surplus to construct additional plant facilities if RD approves of the use and the additional construction will not result in a change in Adair District’s rates for service. Adair shall provide written notice of this additional construction in accordance with 807 KAR 5:069, Section 3. 6. Adair District shall file a copy of the “as-built” drawings and a certified statement from the engineer that the construction has been satisfactorily completed in accordance with the contract plans and specifications within 60 days of substantial completion of the construction certified herein. 7. Adair District shall require the construction to be inspected under the general supervision of a professional engineer with a Kentucky registration in civil or mechanical engineering to ensure that the construction work is done in accordance with the contract drawings

2012-00018
2/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Navitas KY's proposed rates are denied. (2) The rates in the Appendix are approved for billing for service rendered on and after February 12, 2012. (3) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Navitas KY shall file its revised tariffs.

2012-00019
2/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1) Proceeding is initiated to investigate activities of Harry Thompson; Thompson Energy; Chattanooga Company or Chattaco; Wilon Gathering; entities associated with Mr. Thompson; Richard & Pamela Williams & entities associated with them; and other unknown entities regarding: a. Improper & unlawful provision of natural gas service to certain customers of BTU; b. Diverting gas supplies & facilities of BTU & Frontier to their own use without authorization by Commission or BTU; and c. Determination of legality of agreements, transfers of facilities, easements, rights of way or other transfers of service, rights or property by BTU & Richard & Pamela Williams. 2) Letters from Jeff Derouen to Harry Thompson dated 11/18/2011 & 1/13/2012, letters from Harry Thompson to Jeff Derouen received 1/3/2012 & 2/2/2012 and, Complaint filed 1/18/2012 are made. part of this proceeding. 3) Harry Thompson & Chattaco, Inc. shall, no later than 2/17/2012, respond under oath to this Order with an original and ten copies. 4) The response to be filed with the Commission shall be served upon all parties of record. Service of any document or pleading shall be made in accordance with 807 KAR 5001, Section 3(7), and Kentucky Civil Rule 5.02. 5) All documents that the Commission requires any party to file with the Commission shall also be served upon all parties of record at or before the time of filing. Careful attention shall be given to copied material to ensure its legibility.

2012-00028
2/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: to satisfy the matters complained of or file a written answer to the complaint within 10 days of the date of service of this Order. Should documents of any kind be filed with the Commission in the course of this proceeding, the documents shall also be served on all parties of record.

2012-00035
2/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that Nolin is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct the facilities described in the above-mentioned amendments to Nolin’s approved 2010-2013 Construction Work Plan.

2012-00037
2/6/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO COLUMBIA GAS OF KENTUCKY, INC.

2012-00016
2/6/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Taylor County Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation

2012-00023
2/7/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Bracken County Water District

2011-00519
2/8/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Kentucky Power Company

2011-00401
2/8/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO FOREXCO, INC.

2012-00022
2/9/2012 DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO DELTA NATURAL GAS COMPANY, INC.

2012-00033
2/13/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2011-00375
2/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Kenergy is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity that authorizes it to bid on a franchise for electric service offered by the city of Hawesville, Kentucky (2) Kenergy, if it becomes the successful bidder, shall file two copies of the franchise agreement with the Commission's tariff branch. (3) This Order shall not be construed as granting a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct utility facilities in said city.

2012-00032
2/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the motion is granted, and the Attorney General is hereby made a party to these proceedings.

2012-00040
2/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: That the request of South Central and Level 3 for expedited approval of their proposed agreement is granted and the agreement is hereby approved effective as of the date of this Order.

2012-00042
2/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) KIUC's motion to dismiss is denied. (2) Within ten days of the date of this Order, Commission Staff shall issue a notice scheduling an informal telephonic conference to discuss a procedural schedule for processing this rehearing.

2011-00036
2/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered. (1 )Indiana Utilities’ request for a deviation from 807 KAR 5:022, Section 13( 17)(g)4 is denied. (2) Indiana Utilities shall test its gas for the proper odorant level at least once weekly. (3) Indiana Utilities shall test its gas for the proper odorant level at the furthest point in Kentucky from injection of the odorant or at a location in Indiana.

2011-00213
2/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The proposed transfer of the subject GSUs from Duke Ohio to Duke Kentucky is properly classified as an ordinary extension of existing systems in the usual course of business and a CPCN, pursuant to KRS 278.020(1) is not required for its acquisition.

2011-00452
2/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The Applicant is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. (2) The Applicant shall immediately notify the Commission if the tower is not used for a period of three months in the manner authorized by this Order. (3) Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph two shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence files.

2011-00473
2/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) Overland’s proposed rates are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.05 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service that Overland renders on or after the date of this Order. (4) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Overland shall file a revised tariff sheet with the Commission setting forth the rates approved herein.

2012-00021
2/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) KRWA’s 2012 Management Conference, which will be held in Bowling Green, Kentucky on February 22-23, 2012 is accredited and approved for a maximum of 9.0 credit hours of water district management training. (2) KRWA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the accredited and approved presentation. (3) No later than March 12, 2012, KRWA shall file with the Commission: a. A sworn statement attesting that the accredited instruction was performed; b. A description of any changes in the presenters or the proposed curriculum that occurred after KRWA’s application; and c. The name of each attending water district commissioner, his or her water district, and the number of hours that he or she attended.

2012-00027
2/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Sharpsburg’s proposed rates are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.09 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service rendered on or after January 15, 2012. (4) Sharpsburg’s proposed tariff sheet filed with the application is approved.

2012-00039
2/15/2012 PSC_STAFF_REPORT

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2011-00441
2/15/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

COMMISSION STAFF’S NOTICE OF INFORMAL CONFERENCE

2012-00034
2/16/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Any post-hearing brief shall be filed no later than February 21, 2012. (2) South Kentucky's proposed rates shall continue to be suspended until April 1, 2012.

2011-00096
2/16/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

COMMISSION STAFF’S NOTICE OF TELEPHONIC INFORMAL CONFERENCE

2011-00176
2/16/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2011-00314
2/16/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Kristin Henry is admitted pro hac vice for the purpose of representing Intervenor Sierra Club in the above-styled proceeding, provided that Joe Childers or another member of the Kentucky Bar Association acts as co-counsel and is present at any and all proceedings before this Commission

2011-00401
2/16/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The Attorney General's motion is granted. (2) The Attorney General is made a party to these proceedings. (3) The Attorney General shall file with the Commission his written comments on and any objections to the findings and recommendations contained in the Commission Staff Report no later than February 27, 2012. (4) The Attorney General's failure to file written objections to a finding or recommendation contained in the Commission Staff Report by February 27, 2012 shall be deemed as agreement with that finding or recommendation. (5) No later than February 27, 2012, the Attorney General shall notify the Commission in writing whether this matter may be submitted for decision based upon the existing record without hearing.

2011-00458
2/17/2012 20120217_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00031
2/17/2012 20120217_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2011-00442
2/20/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. No later than February 27, 2012, Commission Staff shall file a report containing its findings and recommendations. 2. The parties shall file with the Commission written comments and objections to the findings and recommendations no later than March 12, 2012. 3. A party’s failure to file written objections to a finding or recommendation by March 12, 2012, shall be deemed as agreement with that finding or recommendation. 4. No later than March 12, 2012, each party shall notify the Commission whether this matter may be submitted for decision based upon the existing record and without hearing. 5. Unless all parties request that this matter be submitted for decision, an informal conference shall be held on March 20, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.at the Commission’s offices. 6. Unless all parties request that this matter be submitted for decision upon the existing record, a formal hearing shall be held on April 10, 2012, beginning at 1O:OO a.m., in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission’s offices. 7. Each party shall file with the Commission, no later than March 27, 2012, a list of the persons it intends to call as witnesses and a summary of each witness’s expected testimony. 8. Gallatin shall publish notice of the hearing no fewer than seven and no more than 21 days prior to the hearing. 9. All provisions of the Commission’s Order of October 21, 2011 that conflict with the provisions of this Order are vacated. All remaining provisions shall remain in full force.

2011-00378
2/20/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Thompson’s motion for an extension of time is granted. 2. Ordering Paragraph 3 of our February 3, 2012 Order is amended to allow Thompson up to and including February 27, 2012 to respond to the Order. 3. All other provisions of the February 3, 2012 Order that do not conflict with this Order remain in full force and effect.

2012-00028
2/20/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Big Sandy rural Electric Cooperative Corporation

2012-00030
2/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Frontier is granted a deviation from 807 KAR 5022, Section 13(17)(g)(4). Frontier shall sample its gas for proper odorant level at each of its 14 separate locations, except Dema, at least once each month. 2. Dema shall sample its gas for proper odorant level at least once every 95 days. If Dema’s customers increase, it shall increase its sampling of its gas for proper odorant level to at least once monthly. 3. Frontier shall comply with the instructions set forth in Findings 8 and 9 above.

2011-00017
2/21/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

PSC staffs initial request for information to Cunningham Water District

2011-00455
2/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The findings and recommendations contained in Commission Staff's report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. (2) The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for water service that West Daviess District renders on and after the date of this Order. (3) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, West Daviess District shall file a revised tariff sheet with the Commission. (4) The informal conference and hearing scheduled in this matter are cancelled. (5) This matter is closed and shall be removed from the Commission's docket.

2011-00459
2/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The findings and recommendations contained in Commission Staff's report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. (2) Southeast Daviess District's proposed rates are denied. (3) The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for water service that Southeast Daviess District renders on and after the date of this Order. (4) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Southeast Daviess District shall file a revised tariff sheet with the Commission. (5) The informal conference and hearing scheduled in this matter are cancelled. (6) This matter is closed and shall be removed from the Commission's docket.

2011-00481
2/21/2012 PSC_NOTICE

Notice Regarding Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Bracken County Water District

2011-00519
2/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1) Madison District’s request for deviation from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 11 (2)(a), is granted. 2) Madison District’s application is considered filed as of 8/8/2012. 3) Madison District is granted a CPC&N. 4) Madison District shall notify Commission prior to performing any additional construction. 5) Any deviation shall be undertaken only with approval of Commission. 6) Madison District shall furnish documentation of total costs of project within 60 days of date construction is substantially completed. 7) Madison District shall file a copy of "as-built" drawings and statement construction has been satisfactorily completed within 60 days of substantial completion. 8) Madison District shall require construction be inspected under general supervision of a licensed professional engineer with a Kentucky registration in civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering. 9) Madison District is authorized to enter Assistance Agreement with KIA and borrow an amount not to exceed $940,225, which shall be repaid over a 20-year period at an interest rate of 2.0 percent per annum. 10) Within 30 days of executing Assistance Agreement with KIA, Madison District shall advise Commission in writing of execution and of any terms in that loan agreement that differ from those described in Madison District's application. 11) Madison District shall use the proceeds from the proposed Assistance Agreement with KIA only for the lawful purposes set forth in its application.

2012-00020
2/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that Grayson is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct the facilities described in the above-mentioned amendments to Grayson’s approved 2009-2012 Construction Work Plan.

2012-00034
2/21/2012 20120221_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2011-00313
2/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Kristin Henry is admitted pro hac vice for the purpose of representing Intervenors Sierra Club and the Natural Resources Defense Council in the above-styled proceeding, provided that Edward George Zuger III or another member of the Kentucky Bar Association acts as co-counsel and is present at any and all proceedings before this Commission.

2011-00375
2/23/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to KYTX Oil and Gas, LLC

2011-00507
2/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. This proceeding is established to review the reasonableness of Peaks Mill’s proposed rates.‘ 2. No later than March 30, 2012, Commission Staff shall file and serve all parties of record a written report containing its findings and recommendations regarding Peaks Mill’s requested rate adjustment. 3. The parties shall file with the Commission their written comments and any objections to the findings and recommendations contained in the Commission Staff Report no later than April 13, 2012. 4. A party’s failure to file written objections to a finding or recommendation by April 13, 2012, shall be deemed as agreement with that finding or recommendation. 5. No later than April 13, 2012, each party shall notify the Commission in writing whether this matter may be submitted for decision based upon the existing record without hearing. 6. Unless all parties request that this matter be submitted for decision upon the existing record, an informal conference shall be held in this matter on April 26, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. 7. Unless all parties request that this matter be submitted for decision upon the existing record, a formal hearing in this matter shall be held in the Commission’s offices. 8. Each party shall file, no later than May 7, 2012, a list of the persons it intends to call as witnesses. 9. Peaks Mill shall publish notice of the hearing. 10.The record on the formal hearing shall be by videotape. 11. Commission Staff shall make a written exhibit list.

2012-00008
2/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: This proceeding is established to review the reasonableness of Muhlenberg County’s proposed rates.’ 2. No later than March 30, 2012, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report containing its findings and recommendations regarding Muhlenberg County’s requested rate adjustment. 3. The parties shall file with the Commission their written comments on and any objections to the findings and recommendations contained in the Commission Staff Report no later than April 13, 2012, or 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report, whichever occurs earlier. Any party may file with such submission any additional evidence for the Commission’s consideration. 4. A party’s failure to file written objections to a finding or recommendation contained in the Commission Staff Report by April 13, 2012, or 14 days after the date of the filing of the commission Staff Report, whichever occurs earlier, shall be deemed as agreement with that finding or recommendation. 5. No later than April 13, 2012, or 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report, whichever occurs earlier, each party shall notify the Commission in writing whether this matter may be submitted for decision based upon the existing record without hearing. 6. Unless all parties request that this matter be submitted for decision upon the existing record, an informal conference shall be held in this matter on April 27, 201

2012-00009
2/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates proposed by Auxier are denied. The rates in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for billing for service rendered on and after March 1, 2012. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Auxier shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00047
2/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Ledbetter District's request for a deviation is granted. (2) Ledbetter District is permitted to deviate from 807 KAR 5:076, Section 8. (3) Ledbetter District's application for rate adjustment is considered filed as of the date of this Order.

2012-00057
2/23/2012 20120223_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00017
2/24/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

COMMISSION STAFF’S NOTICE OF TELEPHONIC INFORMAL CONFERENCE

2011-00036
2/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The tariff pages filed by Jackson Energy for the Electric Heat Pump Tune Up Program, Electric Thermal Storage Program, Button Up Weatherization Program and Air Source Heat Pump Program are approved. (2) Jackson Energy shall file, within 20 days of the date of this Order, tariff sheets setting out the tariffs approved herein showing their date of issue and that they were issued by authority of this Order.

2011-00372
2/24/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Gas Natural, Inc. and Kentucky Energy Development, LLC

2012-00029
2/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Oder Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Duke and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after March 1, 2012. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Duke shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00048
2/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Kentucky Power's proposed DSM tariff is suspended for five months from its proposed effective date of March 29, 2012 up to and including August 28, 2012. (2) Kentucky Power's existing DSM programs and tariff shall remain in effect pending the Commission's Final Order in this proceeding.

2012-00051
2/27/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Cannonsburg District’s request to place its rates in effect prior to the end of the suspension period is denied.

2011-00217
2/27/2012 PSC_ORDER01

Order Entered: 1 I Cannonsburg Water District ("Cannonsburg") shall have 14 days from the date of this Order to file with the Commission written comments, if any, on the findings and recommendations contained in the Commission Staff Report, a copy of which is found at Appendix A to this Order, and to request a hearing or a conference with Commission Staff in this matter. 2. Cannonsburg's failure to file with the Commission written objections to a finding or recommendation contained in the Commission Staff Report within 14 days of this Order shall be deemed as agreement with that finding or recommendation and a waiver of any right to object to that finding or recommendation. 3. Cannonsburg's failure to request a formal hearing in this matter within 14 days of the date of this Order shall be deemed a waiver of any right to a hearing in this matter 4. If Cannonsburg requests a hearing in this matter, it shall specifically identify in its written request for hearing all objections to the findings and recornmendations set forth in the Commission Staff Report and shall provide a brief summary of testimony that it expects to present at hearing. 5. Within 14 days of the date of this Order, Cannonsburg shall file with the Commission, in writing, its position on: a. Adjusting its general rates for water service to a level that will produce $2,444,661 from water sales; and b. excessive non-revenue water. The conditions for the assessment of a surcharge to address 6. Cannonsburg shall fi

2011-00217
2/27/2012 PSC_NOTICE

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2011-00378
2/27/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Riverside's motion for rehearing is denied.

2011-00401
2/27/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. This proceeding is initiated to fill the existing vacancies on Western Pulaski District’s Board of Commissioners. 2. Pulaski County Judge/Executive Barty Bullock, Pulaski County Fiscal Court, Western Pulaski District, Teddy Roberts, and Jimmy Dalton are made parties to this proceeding . 3. Any party filing documents with the Commission shall serve a copy of those documents upon all other parties. 4. Service of any document or pleading shall be made in accordance with807 KAR 5:001, Section 3(7). 5. Teddy Roberts and Jimmy Dalton shall each file with the Commission the original and ten copies of the information listed in Appendix A. A party’s failure to file the requested information in a timely manner shall be considered as notice that the party does not wish to be considered for appointment to Western Pulaski District’s Board of Commissioners. ed herein is due on or before March 16, 2012. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, tabbed and indexed and shall include the name of the witness responsible for responding to the questions related to the information provided, with copies to all parties of record and ten copies to the Commission. b. Each response shall be answered under oath or, for representatives of a public or private corporation or a partnership or association or a governmental agency, be accompanied by a signed certification of the preparer or person supervising the preparation of the response on behalf of the entity

2012-00052
2/27/2012 20120227_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00059
2/28/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Telephonic Informal Conference

2011-00507
2/28/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The rates in the Appendix to this Order are approved for billing with the final meter readings beginning on February 29, 2012 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Columbia shall file with this Commission its revised tariffs setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00038
2/28/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: to be entered nunc pro tunc, that: 1. The Appendix to our February 24, 2012 Order shall be amended as follows:RATE RSRESIDENTIAL SERVICE Base Rate Gas Cost Adjustment Total Rate Commodity Charge for All Ccf Consumed $.37213 plus $.4199 $ .79203 RATE GS GENERAL SERVICE Base Rate Commodity Charge for All Ccf Consumed $20530 $.4199 $.6252 Gas Cost Adjustment Total Rate 2. All other provisions of the February 24, 2012 Order and Appendix that are not in conflict with the terms of this Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2012-00048
2/28/2012 20120228_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2011-00303
2/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The rates and charges proposed by Owen are denied. (2) The rates and charges for Owen, as set forth in the appendix hereto, are fair, just, and reasonable rates for Owen, and these rates are approved for service rendered on and after the date of this Order. (3) Owen shall file annual reports with the Commission on its DSM and energy efficiency programs and its revised residential and small commercial rates as well as its new optional residential rate offerings, such reports to be filed concurrent with the filing of its annual financial report, with the first report due in 2013. (4) Owen shall, within six months of implementing step three of the three-step rate adjustments, file its reports on the impacts of its DSM and energy efficiency programs and the revised rates and optional rate offerings approved herein, covering a period of the first 30 months after issuance of this Order. (5) Within 10 days after the time for appeals for this Order has passed, Commission Staff will contact Owen and AG to make arrangements for meeting, described herein, concerning annual informational reports which Owen will be filing. (6) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Owen shall file with this Commission its revised tariffs setting out the rates authorized herein, reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order. (7) Owen's request for a waiver of certain filing requirements for a general adjustment of rats as discussed herein is approved.

2011-00037
2/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The Commission’s Order entered on January 31, 2012 is amended as follows: a. At page 4, under the heading “Allocation of Roll-In,” the third sentence is corrected by deleting the reference to “$49,410,832 total roll-in” and substituting in its place "$161, 413,973 roll-in;” b. At page 5, the first complete sentence on the page is corrected by deleting the reference to “the roll-in of $49,410,832” and substituting in its place “the roll-in of $161,413,973;” and c. In ordering paragraph No. 3, the second sentence is corrected by adding the word “total” so the sentence reads, “[the total roll-in shall be allocated to the customer classes as described in the Settlement Agreement approved in Case No. 2011-00161." (2) All other provisions of the Commission’s January 31, 2012 Order shall remain in full force and effect. (3) KU's proposed revisions and modifications to its monthly ES Forms 1.00, 1.10 , and 3.00 as filed on February 23, 2012 are approved effective with the date of this Order.

2011-00231
2/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The Commission's Order entered on January 31, 2012 is amended as follows: a. At page 4, under the heading "Allocation of Roll-In," the third sentence is corrected by deleting the reference to "$2,330,762 total roll-in" and substituting in its place "$9,850,653 total roll-in;" b. At page 5, line one on that page is corrected by deleting the reference to "the roll-in of $2,330,762," and substituting in its place "the roll-in of $9,850,653;" and c. In ordering paragraph No. 3, the second sentence is corrected by adding the word "total," so the sentence reads "[t]he total roll-in shall be allocated to the customer classes as described in the Settlement Agreement approved in Case No. 2011-00162." (2) All other provisions of the Commission's January 31, 2012 Order shall remain in full force and effect. (3) KU's proposed revisions and modifications to its monthly ES Form 1.00, 1.10, and 3.00 as filed on February 23, 2012 are approved effective with the date of this Order.

2011-00232
2/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Columbia's application for approval of its disclaimer is approved.

2011-00299
3/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: I. Woodland Acres’ Third Amended Motion for Extension of Time to File Required Reports is granted. 2. Woodland Acres is granted an extension of time, up to and including February 29, 2012, to file its required financial and statistical reports and gross operating reports for calendar years 2009 and 2010. 3. Unless undue hardship or exceptional circumstances can be factually demonstrated by Woodland Acres, no further extensions of time will be granted to file its required financial and statistical reports and gross operating reports for calendar years 2009 and 2010. 4. Woodland Acres’ failure to file the required reports within the time period specified by this Order will subject it to additional civil penalties.

2011-00349
2/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Bracken‘s request for deviation from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 11 (2)(a), is granted. 2. Bracken‘s application is considered filed as of the date of this Order. 3. Bracken is granted a CPCN to proceed with the proposed improvements project. 4. Bracken shall notify the Commission prior to any additional construction. 5. Any deviation from the construction approved shall be undertaken only with approval of Commission. 6. Bracken shall furnish documentation of the total costs of this project within 60 days of the date that construction is substantially completed. 7. Bracken shall file a copy of the "as-built" drawings and a certified statement that the construction has been satisfactorily completed within 60 days of the substantial completion of the construction. 8. Bracken shall require the construction to be inspected under the supervision of a licensed professional engineer with a Kentucky registration. 9. Bracken is authorized to enter the proposed Assistance Agreement with KIA to borrow an amount not to exceed $475,000. 10. Bracken is authorized to enter the proposed Assistance Agreement with KIA to borrow an amount not to exceed $621,000. 11. As Bracken receives any principal forgiveness, it shall debit the appropriate Long Term-Debt Account and make a corresponding credit entry to Account 271. 12. Within 30 days of executing its proposed Assistance Agreements with KIA, Bracken shall advise the Commission .

2011-00519
3/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The rates in the Appendix to this Order are approved for billing with the final meter readings beginning on February 29, 2012. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Columbia shall file with this Commission its revised tariffs setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order. 3. The Appendix to our February 28, 2012 Order shall be amended to state as follows: Gas Cost Recovery Rate - The total Gas Cost Recovery Rate shall be $5,6509 per Mcf effective February 29, 2012.

2012-00038
2/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix shall be followed. 2. a. Responses to requests shall be bound, tabbed and indexed and shall include the name of witness responsible for responding to the questions, with copies to all parties of record and six copies to the Commission. b. Each response shall be under oath . c. Any party shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains information which indicates that the response was incorrect when made or, though correct when made, is now incorrect in any material respect. d. For any request to which a party fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation of the specific grounds for its failure to completely and precisely respond. 3. Any party filing testimony shall file an original and six copies. 4. At any public hearing in this matter, neither opening statements nor summarization of direct testimony shall be permitted. 5. The Commission does not look favorably upon motions for continuance. Consequently, motions for extensions of time with respect to the schedule herein shall be made in writing and will be granted only upon a showing of good cause. 6. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter.

2012-00051
3/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: This case is closed and shall be removed from the Commission’s docket.

2011-00338
3/1/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

COMMISSION STAFF’S NOTICE OF TELEPHONIC INFORMAL CONFERENCE

2011-00395
3/1/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

Order Entered: (1) Sierra Club's motion for an extension of time is granted to the extent that Sierra Club shall have ten additional days, or up to and including March 12, 2012 to file its testimony in verified prepared form. (2) The revised procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix shall be followed with respect to the direct testimony of Sierra Club, data requests to Sierra Club, and the responses of Sierra Club to data requests.

2011-00401
3/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A hearing in this matter shall be held on April 16, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky. 2. Kentucky Power Company (“Kentucky Power”) shall publish notice of this hearing in compliance with 807 KAR 5101 1, Section 8(5). 3. Kentucky Power shall file with the Commission, no later than April 13, 2012, proof of publication for its notice of the hearing in each of the publications in which it published notice. 4. The official record of these proceedings shall be by video only. 5. Any request to cancel or postpone this hearing shall be made by motion filed with the Commission at least one week before the hearing is scheduled to commence.

2011-00401
3/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The findings and recommendations contained in Commission Staffs report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. 2. North Manchester's proposed rates are denied. 3. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for water service that North Manchester renders on and after the date of this Order. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, North Manchester shall file a revised tariff sheet with the Commission setting forth the rates approved in this Order. 5. The informal conference and hearing scheduled in this matter are cancelled . 6. This matter is closed and shall be removed from the Commission’s docket.

2011-00441
3/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Atmos is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity that authorizes it to bid on a franchise for natural gas service offered by the city of Cave City, Kentucky . 2. Atmos, if it becomes the successful bidder, shall file two copies of the franchise agreement with the Commission’s tariff branch. 3. This Order shall not be construed as granting a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct utility facilities in said city.

2012-00058
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: dPi's Motion for Rehearing is DENIED.

2009-00127
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Jessamine-South Elkhorn District’s proposal to revise Rules 4, 5, 12 and 32 of its Rules and Regulations for Furnishing Sewer Service are denied. 2. Jessamine-South Elkhorn District’s proposal to revise Rule 9 of its Rules and Regulations for Furnishing Sewer Service is granted. 3. Jessamine-South Elkhorn District shall make sewer main extensions in accordance with 807 KAR 5:006, Section 5(3) and the provisions of this Order. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Jessamine-South Elkhorn shall file revised tariff sheets that reflect the proposed revisions approved in this Order.

2011-00198
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates proposed by Johnson County are denied. The rates in the Appendix attached hereto and incorporated herein are approved for billing for service rendered on and after the date of this Order. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Johnson County shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order. 4. Johnson County should file its application for its April 1, 2012 GCA no later than March 11, 2012.

2011-00368
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Shannon W. Fisk is admitted pro hac vice for the purpose of representing Intervenor Sierra Club.

2011-00401
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER01

Order Entered: (1) That portion of the AG's motion requesting an extension of time to file testimony is granted. (2) That portion of the GA's motion requesting the hearing be rescheduled is taken under advisement and will be ruled on at a later date. (3) The revised procedural schedule set forth in the appendix shall be followed in this case.

2011-00401
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Hardin District's Petition for Rehearing is granted for the purpose of allowing the Commission additional time to address the merits of its Petition.

2011-00416
3/2/2012 20120302_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix attached hereto and incorporated herein shall be followed. 2. a. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, with copies to all parties of record and an original

2011-00450
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The Commission’s Order of December 22, 2012 is hereby modified and amended. All provisions of the earlier Order that conflict with the provisions of this Order are stricken. All remaining provisions remain in effect. 2. No later than April 16, 2012, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report containing its findings and recommendations regarding Cunningham District’s requested rate adjustment. 3. The parties shall file with the Commission their written comments on and any objections to the findings and recommendations contained in the Commission Staff Report no later than April 30, 2012, or 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report, whichever occurs earlier. Any party may file with such submission any additional evidence for the Commission’s consideration. 4. A party’s failure to file written objections to a finding or recommendation contained in the Commission Staff Report by April 30, 2012, or 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report, whichever occurs earlier, shall be deemed as agreement with that finding or recommendation. 5. No later than April 30, 2012, or 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report, whichever occurs earlier, each party shall notify the Commission in writing whether this matter may be submitted for decision based upon the existing record without hearing. 6. Unless all parties request that this matte

2011-00455
3/2/2012 PSC_NOTICE

NOTICE REGARDING COMMISSION STAFF’S INITIAL REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO CUNNINGHAM WATER DISTRICT

2011-00455
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The findings and recommendations contained in Commission Staffs report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. 2. A monthly rate of $57.38 is approved for sewer service that River Road Disposal renders on and after the date of this Order. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, River Road Disposal shall file a revised tariff sheet with the Commission setting forth the rate approved in this Order. 4. The informal conference and hearing scheduled in this matter are cancelled. 5. This matter is closed and shall be removed from the Commission’s docket.

2011-00458
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Bath District’s request for deviation from 807 KAR 5066, Section 10(2)(a) is granted. 2. Bath District is permitted to place into service the proposed 2-inch PVC water main of 4,585 linear feet to run along Starshader Lane in Bath County, Kentucky. 3. Bath District shall continue to use the proposed water main only as long as the water main complies with all other sections of 807 KAR 5066. 4. Bath District shall monitor the adequacy of the proposed water main and shall take necessary actions to maintain the level of service within the standards set forth in 807 KAR 5:066. 5. Bath District shall provide service on this main or any other water main to any customer who is entitled to service under the Commission’s regulations and Bath District’s filed rate schedules and regulations provided, however, appropriate engineering studies are performed and the approval of the Kentucky Division of Water and the Commission is obtained.

2012-00004
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Formal Hearing to be held on May 30,12: Hearing is video only: On or before March 16, 2012, a party may serve requests for information upon the opposing party. Within 14 days of service of a request, the party served with the request shall file with the Commission and serve on the requesting party its response. On or before April 13, 2012, a party may serve supplemental requests for information upon the opposing party. Within 14 days of service of a request, the party served with the request shall file with the Commission and serve on the requesting party its response.. On or before May 11, 2012, each party shall file with the Commission a list of the witnesses that it expects to call at the formal hearing and a summary of each witness’s expected testimony. An informal conference shall be held at the Commission’s offices in Frankfort, Kentucky for the purpose of considering the possibility of settlement, the simplification of issues, and any other matters that may aid in the handling or disposition of this case, beginning at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, on May 23, 2012. Service of any document or pleading shall be made in accordance with 807 KAR 3001, Section 3(7). Service shall be considered completed upon delivery of the document or pleading to the party or upon mailing the document or pleading to the party’s address of record. Any party filing a document or pleading with the Commission shall serve such document or pleading upon all other parties to t

2012-00035
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Carroll District's motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 11 (2) (a) is granted. (2) Carroll District's application is considered filed as of the date of this Order.

2012-00046
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the motion is granted, and the Attorney General is hereby made a party to these proceedings.

2012-00051
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. This proceeding is established to review the reasonableness of Ledbetter District‘s proposed rates.‘ 2. No later than April 30, 2012, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties a written report containing its findings and recommendations. 3. The parties shall file with the Commission their written comments no later than May 15, 2012. 4. A party’s failure to file written objections May 15, 2012, shall be deemed as agreement with that finding or recommendation. 5. No later than May 15, 2012, each party shall notify the Commission whether this matter may be submitted for decision based upon the existing record without hearing. 6. Unless all parties request that this matter be submitted for decision upon the existing record, an informal conference shall be held in this matter on May 31, 2012. 7. Unless all parties request that this matter be submitted for decision upon the existing record, a formal hearing in this matter shall be held in the Commission’s offices. 8. Each party shall file with the Commission, no later than June 8, 2012, a list of the persons it intends to call as witnesses. 9. Ledbetter District shall publish notice of the scheduled hearing, no more than 21 days and no less than seven days before the day of the scheduled hearing. 10. The record on the formal hearing in this matter shall be by videotape. 11. Commission Staff shall make a written exhibit list.

2012-00057
3/2/2012 PSC_ORDER01

Order Entered: that the motion is granted, and the Attorney General is hereby made a party to these proceedings.

2012-00057
3/5/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The findings and recommendations contained in Commission Staffs report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for water service that Milburn District renders on and after the date of this Order. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Milburn District shall file a revised tariff sheet with the Commission setting forth the rates approved in this Order. 4. The informal conference and hearing scheduled in this matter are cancelled. 5. This matter is closed and shall be removed from the Commission’s docket.

2011-00425
3/5/2012 PSC_NOTICE

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2011-00433
3/7/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix shall be followed. (2) All provisions of the Commission's March 17, 2011 Order shall remain in effect and be followed by the parties. (3) Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter.

2011-00036
3/7/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Frontier's motion for an extension of time is granted. 2. The procedural schedule appended to our January 30, 2012 Order is amended as follows: Frontier shall file responses to requests for information no later than. . . . . . . . . . . .03/09/12 All supplemental requests for information to Frontier shall be filed no later than . .03/23/12 Frontier shall file its response to supplemental requests for information no later than .04/06/12 3. All other provisions of the January 30, 2012 Order that do not conflict with this Order remain in full force and effect.

2011-00513
3/8/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Delta is authorized to distribute one additional share of common stock for each share of common stock outstanding to effect a two-for-one stock split, effective May 1 , 2012 for shareholders of record April 17, 2012. 2. Delta shall, within 30 days of the date of issuance, file with the Commission a statement setting forth the date of issuance of the securities authorized herein, the number of common shares outstanding on the record date of April 17, 2012, the number of common shares outstanding on May 1, 2012 subsequent to the two-for-one split, and all fees and expenses, including underwriting discounts or commissions or other compensation, involved in the issuance and distribution of the common shares.

2012-00033
3/8/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: This proceeding is established to review the reasonableness of Citizens National Bank’s proposed rate. Commission Staff shall not prepare a report on the proposed rate. The parties shall have 20 days from the date of this Order to file comments on the proposed rate with the Commission or to request a hearing in this matter. Unless a party requests a hearing in this matter within 20 days of the date of this Order, this matter shall be submitted for decision upon the existing record.

2012-00040
3/8/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Warren District’s motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5:OOl , Section 11 (2)(a), is granted. Warren District’s application is considered filed as of February 7, 2012. Warren District is authorized to enter into an agreement with KRWFA to borrow no more than $2,304,5009 for the purpose of refunding the outstanding indebtedness, but only under such terms and conditions that will produce both positive gross savings and net present value savings. If the actual terms and conditions of the agreement with KRWFA differ from those set forth in its application, Warren District shall, within 30 days of executing the loan agreement, file with the Commission amortization schedules and work papers showing the actual gross savings and net present value savings that will result from the refinancing Within 30 days of executing the proposed agreement, Warren District shall file a written statement with the Commission setting forth the date on which the agreement was entered, the actual interest rates, and the principal amount. The proceeds from the transaction authorized herein shall be used only for the lawful purposes specified in Warren District's application. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 4 and 5 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2012-00043
3/8/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Kentucky Power Company

2012-00051
3/8/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Nolin is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct the facilities described in the above-mentioned amendments to Nolin's approved 2010-2013 Construction Work Plan.

2012-00061
3/8/2012 20120308_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00072
3/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) This case shall be dismissed and removed from the Commission's docket. (2) Johnson County and Bud Rife shall file with the Commission all required documents on time and comply with the filing requirements of Johnson County's GCA tariff. (3) Johnson County and Bud Rife shall file with the Commission any new or revised gas supply contracts or agreements along with Johnson County's GCA filings.

2011-00184
3/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The Applicant is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a self-supporting antenna tower not to exceed 310 feet in height, with attached antenna, and is to be located on a tract of land approximately 400 feet Southwest of Hickory Flat Road, Tyner, Jackson County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37’ 23’ 51.5” by West Longitude 83’ 50’ 28.5”. 2. The Applicant shall file a copy of the final decisions regarding the pending FAA and KAZC applications for the proposed construction within 10 days of receiving the decisions. 3. The Applicant shall immediately notify the Commission in writing if, after the antenna tower is built and utility service is commenced, the tower is not used for a period of three months in the manner authorized by this Order. 4. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph 2 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence files.

2011-00424
3/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The Applicant is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a self-supporting antenna tower not to exceed 310 feet in height, with attached antenna, and is to be located at on a tract of land on the Right Fork of Bob’s Branch, Thelma, Johnson County. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37’ 48’ 36.5” by West Longitude 82’ 44’ 46”. 2. The Applicant shall file a copy of the final decisions regarding the pending FAA and KAZC applications for the proposed construction within 10 days of receiving the decisions. 3. The Applicant shall immediately notify the Commission in writing if, after the antenna tower is built and utility service is commenced, the tower is not used for a period of three months in the manner authorized by this Order. 4. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph two herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence files.

2012-00001
3/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The proposed rates by North Hopkins are accepted. (2) The proposed effective date by North Hopkins of March 1, 2012 is denied. (3) The purchased water adjustment of ($0.39) per 1,000 gallons and the rates in Appendix A, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are fair, just, and reasonable and are approved for services rendered on and after March 15, 2012. (4) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, North Hopkins shall file revised tariff sheets with the Commission showing the rates approved herein.

2012-00024
3/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The application for approval of the transfer of Public Gas stock from Kentucky Energy to Gas Natural is approved. (2) Following the transfer, Public Gas will continue as the "utility," to the exclusion of Gas natural or any of its affiliates.

2012-00029
3/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) South Anderson District's motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 11(2)(a) is granted. (2) South Anderson District's application is considered filed as of the date of this Order.

2012-00055
3/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Jessamine-South Elkhorn's motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 11(2)(a) is granted. (2) Jessamine-South Elkhorn's application is considered filed as of the date of this Order.

2012-00067
3/12/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information on Big Rivers Electric Corporation's Rehearing Request

2011-00036
3/12/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

COMMISSION STAFF’S NOTICE OF INFORMAL CONFERENCE

2012-00025
3/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Christian District’s motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5001, Section 11 (2)(a), is granted. Christian District’s application is considered filed as of the date of this Order.

2012-00068
3/14/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Third Information Request to Kentucky Power Company

2011-00401
3/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Those portions of Mr. Faust’s testimony that reveal Northeast Woodford’s account number shall be afforded confidential treatment. 2. The Executive Director shall remove from the public records the attachments to Mr. Faust’s testimony that that reveal Northeast Woodford’s account number and shall substitute a copy in which such information has been redacted.

2011-00419
3/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: I. Larue District is granted a CPCN for the proposed construction project. 2.Larue District’s proposed plan of financing is accepted. 3.Larue District is authorized to issue $245,000 of its Waterworks Revenue Bonds, at an interest rate not exceeding 3.25% per annum, maturing over 40 years. 4. The proceeds from the bond issuance shall be used only for the purposes specified in Larue District’s application. 5. Notwithstanding ordering paragraph 4, if surplus funds remain, Larue District may use such surplus to construct additional plant facilities if RD approves. 6. Larue District shall file a copy of the “as-built” drawings and a certified statement from the engineer that the construction has been satisfactorily completed. 7. Larue District shall require the construction to be inspected under the general supervision of a professional engineer with a Kentucky registration. 8. Larue District shall monitor the adequacies of the expanded water distribution system after construction. 9. Larue District shall notify the Commission in writing one week prior to the start of construction and at the 50 percent completion point. 10.The rates set forth in the Appendix are approved for service that Larue District renders on and after the date of this Order. 11. Within 30 days, Larue District shall file revised tariff sheets. 12. Any documents filed in the future shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file .

2012-00054
3/14/2012 20120314_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2011-00303
3/15/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: . Lifeconnex’s designation as an ETC for the purpose of receiving federal and state funds for low-income programs is revoked. 2. A copy of this Order shall be served on the Federal Communications Commission and the Universal Service Administration Company.

2011-00045
3/15/2012 20120315_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to All Electric Distribution Utilities

2011-00450
3/15/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. McCreary District is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the proposed construction project. McCreary District’s proposed plan of financing is accepted. McCreary District is authorized to issue $1,300,000 of its Series A Waterworks Revenue Bonds at an interest rate not exceeding 2.5 percent per annum, and $635,000 of its Series B Waterworks Revenue Bonds at an interest rate not exceeding 2.25 percent per annum, both maturing over 40 years. 4. The proceeds from the proposed bond issuance shall be used only for the purposes specified in McCreary District’s application. 5. Notwithstanding ordering paragraph 4, if surplus funds remain after the approved construction has been completed, McCreary District may use such surplus to construct additional plant facilities if RD approves of the use and the additional construction will not result in a change in McCreary District’s rates for service. McCreary District shall provide written notice of this additional construction in accordance with 807 KAR 5:069, Section 3. 6. McCreary District shall file a copy of the “as-built” drawings and a certified statement from the engineer that the construction has been satisfactorily completed in accordance with the contract plans and specifications within 60 days of substantial completion of the construction certified herein McCreary District shall require the construction to be inspected under the general supervision of a professional engineer with a Ken

2012-00053
3/15/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: I. South Anderson is authorized to enter into an agreement with KRWFC to borrow no more than $2,200,00010 for the purpose of refunding the outstanding indebtedness, but only under such terms and conditions as will produce both positive gross savings and net present value savings. 2. If the actual terms and conditions of the agreement with KRWFC differ from those set forth in its application, South Anderson shall, within 30 days of executing the loan agreement, file with the Commission amortization schedules and work papers showing the actual gross savings and net present value savings that will result from the refinancing. 3. Within 30 days of executing the proposed agreement, South Anderson shall file a written statement with the Commission setting forth the date on which the agreement was entered, the actual interest rates, and the principal amount. 4. The proceeds from the transaction authorized herein shall be used only for the lawful purposes specified in South Anderson’s application. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file.

2012-00055
3/16/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Jessamine District's Motion to Dismiss is denied. (2) Jessamine District's Motion to Hold in Abeyance is denied. (3) Procedural schedule set forth in Appendix shall be followed. (4) Any party that files written testimony shall file original and 8 copies. (5) Parties shall consider any request for information from Staff as if ordered by Commission. (6) Service of any document or pleading shall be made in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 3(7). (7) Any party filing a document or pleading with Commission shall serve upon all other parties. (8) Any document or pleading that a party serves upon other parties shall be filed with Commission. (9) At any hearing, neither opening statements nor summarization of direct or rebuttal testimony shall be permitted. (10) Direct examination of witnesses shall be limited to authentication and adoption of written testimony. (11) Witness who have filed written direct and rebuttal testimony shall present that testimony at the same sitting. Opposing parties may cross-examine such witnesses on both direct and rebuttal testimonies. (12) Motions for extensions of time with respect to the schedule herein shall be made in writing and will be granted only upon showing of good cause. (13) Record of the formal hearing shall be by videotape. (14) Briefs shall not exceed 40 pages in length. (15) Commission Staff shall make written exhibit list and file with all exhibits and a copy of video transcript of hearing.

2011-00297
3/16/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The Stipulation is adopted and approved in its entirety as a complete resolution of all issues in this case. 2. Shelby Energy shall pay the amount of $2,000.00 within 30 days of the date of this Order by cashier’s check or money order made payable to the Kentucky State Treasurer and mailed or delivered to the Office of General Counsel, Public Service Commission, 21 1 Sower Boulevard, P. 0. Box 615, Frankfort, Kentucky 40602. 3. Upon receipt of the payment of $2,000.00 by Shelby Energy, this case shall be closed and removed from the Commission’s docket without further Order of the Commission.

2011-00403
3/16/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Request for Information to Northeast Woodford Water District

2011-00419
3/16/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Delta shall continue to use its current hedging plan on an interim basis, for the April through November 2012 injection season as well as for the 2012-2013 heating season, pending the Commission’s Final Order addressing the request for a three-year extension. 2. a. The information requested in the Appendix to this Order is due no later than 20 days from the date of this Order. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, tabbed and indexed and shall include the name of the witness responsible for responding to the questions related to the information provided, with copies to all parties of record and six copies to the Commission. b. Each response shall be answered under oath or, for representatives of a public or private corporation or a partnership or association or a governmental agency, be accompanied by a signed certification of the preparer or person supervising the preparation of the response on behalf of the entity that the response is true and accurate to the best of that person’s knowledge, information, and belief formed after a reasonable inquiry. c. Any party shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains information which indicates that the response was incorrect when made or, though correct when made, is now incorrect in any material respect. d. For any request to which Delta fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested information, Delta shall provide a written explanation of the specific gro

2012-00025
3/16/2012 DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO THELMA WASTE CONTROL, INC.

2012-00035
3/16/2012 DATA_REQUEST01

COMMISSION STAFF’S REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO APPALACHIAN WASTE CONTROL, INC.

2012-00035
3/16/2012 20120316_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2012-00013
3/20/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the instant complaint is dismissed with prejudice due to Bulldog’s failure to prosecute the matter and Bulldog’s failure to comply with the Commission’s January 17, 2012 Order.

2010-00404
3/20/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission staffs notice of informal Conference

2011-00401
3/20/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The revised procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed in this case. 2. Kentucky Power shall publish notice of this hearing in compliance with KRS 424.300 and 807 KAR 301 I , Section 8(5). 3. Kentucky Power shall file with the Commission proof of publication of the notice of hearing by April 27, 2012. 4. The official record of these proceedings shall be by video only.

2011-00401
3/20/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The requests of KU and LG&E to continue their Real-Time Pricing Riders on a permanent basis are granted. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, KU and LG&E shall file revised tariff sheets with the Commission setting forth the terms and conditions of the Real-Time Pricing Riders and indicating that they were approved by this Order.

2012-00010
3/20/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Carroll District is authorized to enter into an agreement with KRWFC to borrow no more than $4,202,00010 for the purpose of refunding the outstanding indebtedness, but only under such terms and conditions that will produce both positive gross savings and net present value savings. 2. If the actual terms and conditions of the agreement with KRWFC differ from those set forth in its application, Carroll District shall, within 30 days of executing the loan agreement, file with the Commission amortization schedules and work papers showing the actual gross savings and net present value savings that will result from the refinancing. 3. Within 30 days of executing the proposed agreement, Carroll District shall file a written statement with the Commission setting forth the date on which the agreement was entered, the actual interest rates, and the principal amount. 4. The proceeds from the transaction authorized herein shall be used only for the lawful purposes specified in Carroll District’s application. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file. Nothing contained herein shall be construed as a finding of value for any purpose or as a warranty on the part of the Commonwealth of Kentucky or any agency thereof as to the securities authorized herein.

2012-00046
3/20/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Atmos Energy Corporation

2012-00066
3/20/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the motion is granted, and the Attorney General is hereby made a party to these proceedings.

2012-00085
3/20/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: I. The telephone numbers shown in Appendix 5 of the Water Districts Application shall be afforded confidential treatment. 2. The Executive Director shall remove Appendix 5 of the Water Districts’ Application and shall substitute a copy in which all telephone numbers have been redacted.

2012-00095
3/20/2012 20120320_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00096
3/21/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2011-00513
3/21/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Initial Request for Information to Columbia Gas of Kentucky, Inc.

2012-00073
3/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) KY Transco shall file within 20 days of the date of this Order responses to the request for information attached as an Appendix. The responses shall be filed in accordance with the provisions set out in the Commission's March 7, 2011 Order. (2) A hearing shall be scheduled at a later date.

2011-00042
3/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: TracFone shall have 20 days from receipt of this Order to supplement its arguments as to why it is not a utility as defined in KRS 278.010(3)(f).

2011-00322
3/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: LG&E shall be allowed to discontinue its Smart Meter Pilot, and cancel and withdraw its Rate RRP and Rate GRP tariffs. 2. LG&E shall submit a report describing its efforts to develop a new program every three months until it has submitted a dynamic pricing or smart meter application for the PSC consideration with its file report to be filed three months from the date of this order.

2011-00440
3/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Columbia’s proposal to deviate from its tariff is approved and the current Energy Efficiency and Conservation Rider rate shall be maintained, with no adjustment to the EECPBA. 2. In every future filing, Columbia shall comply with the terms of its tariff which require that its annual report and any proposed rate adjustment be filed at least 30 days prior to the effective date of the new rates.

2012-00016
3/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: to be entered nunc pro tunc, that the final sentence of the Commission's March 9, 2012 Order, at the bottom of page 6 and immediately preceding the ordering paragraphs, is amended to read as follows: The Commission further finds that the proposed transaction is made in accordance with the law for a proper purpose and is consistent with the public interest.

2012-00029
3/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates proposed by Beech Grove are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment of $0.20 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for services rendered on and after April 1, 2012. (4) The tariff sheets filed by Beech Grove are approved.

2012-00062
3/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Jessamine District is authorized to enter into an agreement with KRWFC to borrow no more than $1,886,5008 for the purpose of refunding the outstanding indebtedness, but only under such terms and conditions that will produce both positive gross savings and net present value savings. 2. If the actual terms and conditions of the agreement with KRWFC differ from those set forth in its application, Jessamine District shall, within 30 days of executing the loan agreement, file with the Commission amortization schedules and work papers showing the actual gross savings and net present value savings that will result from the refinancing. 3. Within 30 days of executing the proposed agreement, Jessamine District shall file a written statement with the Commission setting forth the date on which the agreement was entered, the actual interest rates, and the principal amount. 4. The proceeds from the transaction authorized herein shall be used only for the lawful purposes specified in Jessamine District’s application. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file.

2012-00067
3/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The rates in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for billing for service rendered on and after April 1, 2012. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Belfry shall file its revised tariff sheets with the Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00069
3/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates proposed by Duke and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after March 30, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, duke shall file its revised tariffs.

2012-00091
3/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: KRWA’s instruction to be conducted at its regional meeting on April 17, 2012 in Morehead, Kentucky is accredited and approved for a maximum of 2.0 credit hours of water district management training. 2. KRWA’s instruction to be conducted at its regional meeting on April 19, 2012 in Owensboro, Kentucky is accredited and approved for a maximum of 2.0 credit hours of water district management training. 3. KRWA’s instruction to be conducted at its regional meeting on April 26, 2012 in Draffenville, Kentucky is accredited and approved for a maximum of 2.0 credit hours of water district management training. 4. KRWA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the accredited and approved presentations. 5. No later than May 15, 201 2, KRWA shall file with the Commission: a. A sworn statement attesting that the accredited instruction was performed; b. A description of any changes in the presenters or the proposed curriculum that occurred after KRWA’s application; and The name of each water district commissioner who attended, his or her water district, and the number of hours that he or she attended.

2012-00097
3/22/2012 20120322_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2010-00398
3/23/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to tom Vierheller, Beverly May and Sierra Club

2011-00401
3/23/2012 DATA_REQUEST01

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Kentucky Industrial Utility Customers, Inc.

2011-00401
3/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Brooke E. Leslie is admitted pro hac vice for the purpose of representing Columbia Gas of Kentucky, Inc., provided that Richard S. Taylor or another member of the Kentucky Bar Association acts as co-counsel and is present at any and all proceedings before this Commission.

2012-00073
3/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Coolbrook’s request for an informal Conference and postponement is denied

2011-00433
3/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Big Rivers' Confidential Exhibit filed on February 16, 2012 in response to Item No. 5 of the Commission's January 26, 2012 Order is granted confidential protection.

2011-00487
3/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Crittenden District’s motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5:001, Section I I (2)(a), is granted. 2. Crittenden District’s application is considered filed as of the date of this Order.

2012-00077
3/27/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered on and after April 1, 2012. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Millennium shall file its revised tariffs with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00075
3/27/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) BTU shall be granted an interim waiver from its tariff of the five percent limit for lost gas costs. (2) BTU shall be granted a deviation from its GCR tariff and its filing requirements as they pertain to the calculation of the gas cost rate and use of the AA. (3) In any future requests for similar deviations, BTU shall include sufficient information for the Commission to determine its progress in addressing excessive gas losses. (4) BTU's GCR shall remain $8.0000 per Mcf.

2012-00076
3/27/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates proposed by Cow Creek are denied. The rates in the Appendix to this Order are approved for billing for service rendered on and after April 1 2012. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Cow Creek shall file revised tariffs with this Commission for its Sigma customers setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00078
3/27/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Atmos is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity that authorizes it to bid on a franchise for natural gas service offered by the city of Grand Rivers, Kentucky. (2) Atmos, if it becomes the successful bidder, shall file two copies of the franchise agreement with the Commission's tariff branch. (3) This Order shall not be construed as granting a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct utility facilities in said city.

2012-00107
3/27/2012 20120327_Data_Request.pdf

Data Request

2012-00072
3/28/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates proposed by Auxier are denied. The rates in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for billing for service rendered on and after April 1, 2012. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Auxier shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00064
3/28/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix are approved for service rendered on and after April 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Western Lewis shall file its revised tariffs.

2012-00065
3/28/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the motion is granted, and the Attorney General is hereby made a party to these proceedings.

2012-00066
3/28/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for billing for service rendered on and after April 1, 2012. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Natural Energy shall file its revised tariff sheets with the Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00070
3/28/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) East Kentucky's proposal to use an AA is granted. (2) The rates proposed by East Kentucky are denied. (3) The rates in the Appendix are approved for service rendered on and after April 1, 2012. (4) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, East Kentucky shall file its revised tariffs.

2012-00071
3/28/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix are approved for service rendered on and after April 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Martin shall file its revised tariffs.

2012-00074
3/28/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix are approved for service rendered on and after April 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Bluegrass shall file its revised tariffs.

2012-00080
3/28/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates proposed by Citipower are denied The rates in the Appendix to this Order are fair, just, and reasonable, and are approved for billing for service rendered on and after April 1 , 2012. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Citipower shall file its revised tariff sheets with the Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00082
3/28/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for billing for service rendered on and after April 1 , 2012. 2. Within 20 days from the date of this Order, Valley Gas shall file its revised tariffs with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00086
3/28/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) LG&E shall submit to the Commission within 20 days of the date of this Order, a written response to the allegations contained in the Report. (2) LG&E shall appear on September 25, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission's offices for the purpose of presenting evidence concerning the alleged violations of KRS 278.042. (3) At the scheduled hearing in this matter, LG&E shall also present evidence on the adequacy, safety and reasonableness of its practices related to the construction, installation, and repair of electric facilities and whether such practices require revision as related to this incident. (4) The September 25, 2012 hearing shall be recorded by videotape only. (5) The Report in Appendix A is made a part of the record in this case. (6) Any requests for an informal conference with Commission Staff shall be set forth in writing and filed with the Commission within 20 days of the date of this Order.

2012-00103
3/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The motion is granted, and the Attorney General is hereby made a party to these proceedings.

2012-00099
3/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. KU’s proposed revised electric service agreement with UK is approved effective upon KU’s commencement of service to UK via the new UK West 2 Substation. 2. KU is granted a deviation from 807 KAR 5:041, Section (9)(2) for billings to UK under the agreement approved herein.

2012-00101
3/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Farmer's proposed tariff is hereby suspended for five months from March 20, 2012 up to and including August 19, 2012.

2012-00108
3/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: That the request of Wild Telecommunications and Windstream for expedited approval of their proposed agreement is granted and the agreement is hereby approved effective as of the date of this Order.

2012-00112
3/29/2012 20120329_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2011-00442
3/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates and charges proposed by South Kentucky are denied. (2) The rates in Appendix C are approved for service rendered by South Kentucky on and after the date of this Order. (3) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, South Kentucky shall file new tariff sheets.

2011-00096
3/30/2012 PSC_NOTICE

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2012-00008
3/30/2012 PSC_Notice

Notice of filing of PSC staff report

2012-00009
3/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Crittenden-Livingston District is granted a Certificate to proceed with the proposed purchase and installation of an AMR system. 2. Crittenden-Livingston District shall notify the Commission prior to installing any equipment or facilities not expressly authorized by this Order. 3. Any deviation from the installation of equipment or facilities approved shall be undertaken only with the prior approval of the Commission. 4. None of the meters in question shall be placed in service until they are tested by an entity that the Commission has approved for that purpose and are shown to be in good order and within required tolerance standards. 5. Crittenden-Livingston District is authorized to enter into an agreement with KIA for a loan in an amount not to exceed $300,000 at an interest rate of two percent per annum and payable over a 20-year period. 6. The proceeds of the loan agreement with KIA shall be used only for the lawful purposes specified in Crittenden-Livingston District’s application. 7. If the final cost for the purchase and installation of meters and advanced metering infrastructure approved in this Order exceeds the estimated cost (with contingency included), Crittenden-Livingston District shall notify the Commission in writing within 30 days of determining the final cost and shall provide a written explanation for the additional cost. 8. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to this Order shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the

2012-00077
4/2/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Fourth Information Request to Kentucky Power Company

2011-00401
4/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.04 per 1,000 gallons, as calculated in Appendix A, is approved. 3. 'The rates in Appendix B are approved for service that North Shelby renders on and after April 1, 2012. 4. North Shelby's proposed tariff sheet filed with the application is approved.

2012-00084
4/2/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix attached hereto and incorporated herein shall be followed. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed and shall include the name of the witness responsible for responding to the questions related to the information provided, with copies to all parties of record and six copies to the Commission. Each response shall be under oath or, for representatives of a public or private corporation or a partnership or an association or a governmental agency, be accompanied by a signed certification of the preparer or person supervising the preparation of the response on behalf of the entity that the response is true and accurate to the best of that person’s knowledge, information, and belief formed after a reasonable inquiry. For any request to which a party fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation of the specific grounds for its failure to completely and precisely respond. Any party filing testimony shall file an original and six copies. At any public hearing in this matter, neither opening statements nor summarization of direct testimony shall be permitted.. The Commission does not look favorably upon motions for continuance. Consequently, motions for extensions of time with respect to the schedule herein shall be made in writing and will be granted only upon a showing of good cause

2012-00085
4/2/2012 20120402_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2010-00398
4/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The March 22, 2012 Order is modified to the limited extent that KY Transco shall file its responses and any prepared testimony no later than May 16, 2012.

2011-00042
4/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: the informal conference scheduled in this matter to begin at 10:00 a.m. on April 25, 2012 shall now begin that day at 2:00 p.m.

2011-00419
4/3/2012 DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO FARMERS RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE CORPORATION

2012-00108
4/4/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The hearing previously scheduled in this matter for April 3, 2012 is postponed and shall now begin at 9:00 a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, on May I0, 2012. The location of the hearing remains unchanged. 2. Coolbrook Utilities, LLC (“Coolbrook Utilities”) shall publish notice of the rescheduled hearing in accordance with 807 KAR 5:076, Section 11 3. Coolbrook Utilities bears the burden of demonstrating the reasonableness of its proposed rates and shall be prepared to address questions related to the reasonableness of those rates at the scheduled hearing. 4. All provisions of the Commission’s prior orders in this proceeding that do not conflict with the provisions of this Order remain in full effect.

2011-00433
4/4/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Nebo's proposed rates are accepted. (2) The purchased water adjustment of ($0.39) per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service rendered on and after March 15, 2012. (4) The tariff sheet filed by Nebo is approved as filed.

2012-00081
4/4/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix shall be followed in this proceeding. 2. a. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, tabbed and indexed. b. Each response shall be answered under oath. c. Any party shall make timely amendment to any prior response. d. For any request to which a party fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation. 3. Any party requesting intervention status in this proceeding shall accept the procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix. 4.Any party filing testimony shall file an original and ten copies. 5. Big Rivers shall give notice of the hearing in accordance with the provisions set forth in 807 KAR 5:011, Section 8(5). At the time publication is requested, Big Rivers shall forward a duplicate of the notice and request to the Commission. 6. At any public hearing in this matter, neither opening statements nor summarization of direct testimony shall be permitted. 7. Any objections or motions relating to discovery or procedural dates shall be filed upon four business days’ notice or the filing party shall explain, in writing, why such notice was not possible. 8. Motions for extensions of time with respect to the schedule herein shall be made in writing and will be granted only upon a showing of good cause. 9. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter.

2012-00119
4/5/2012 20120405_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: Jackson Purchase's motion for an extension of time is granted and its responses to Commission Staff's Second Request for Information shall be filed no later than April 9, 2012.

2011-00450
4/6/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that FEWPB’s Motion For Full Intervention is denied.

2011-00419
4/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

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

2011-00413
4/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

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.

2011-00414
4/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

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.

2011-00426
4/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Elkhorn's proposed rates are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment of $0.13 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service that Elkhorn renders on or after April 18, 2012. (4) The tariff sheet filed by Elkhorn is approved as filed.

2012-00088
4/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

(1)Henderson County's proposed rates are denied. (2) The purchased water adjustment of $0.32 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service rendered on and after April 1, 2012. (4) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Henderson County shall file revised tariff sheets.

2012-00090
4/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

(1) Peaks Mill's proposed rates are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment of $0.15 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service that Elkhorn renders on or after April 1, 2012. (4) The tariff sheet filed by Peaks Mill with its application is approved as filed.

2012-00092
4/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the 2012 Water Personnel Training Seminar which the Commission conducted at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park near Corbin, Kentucky on March 27 and 28, 2012 is approved for a maximum of 12.5 credit hours of water district management training and for a maximum of 12 credit hours of new water district commissioner training.

2012-00128
4/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 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. Should documents of any kind be filed with the Commission in the course of this proceeding, the documents shall also be served on all parties of record.

2012-00131
4/9/2012 20120409_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00059
4/11/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Information Request to Big Rivers Electric Corporation

2012-00119
4/11/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) This proceeding is established to determine the reasonableness of Liberty's proposed wholesale rate revision. 2) East Casey District shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and shall be served with a copy of all Commission Orders and all documents filed by any party to this proceeding . 3) Liberty shall not take any action to charge the proposed revised wholesale water rate until obtaining Commission approval. 5) To the extent permitted by law and consistent with KRS 278.200, Liberty’s proposed revised wholesale rate is suspended from April 12, 2012 up to and including 9/11/2012. 6)The procedural schedule set forth in Appendix A to this Order shall be followed. 7) All responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, tabbed and indexed and shall include the name of the witness who will be responsible for responding to the questions related to the information provided, with copies to all parties of record and eight copies to the Commission. 8) Any party that files written testimony shall file with the Commission an original and eight copies. Written testimony shall be in verified form. 9) The parties shall consider any request for information from Commission Staff as if ordered by the Commission. 10) Service of any document or pleading in paper form shall be made in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 3(7).

2012-00139
4/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The Rehearing Order entered December 8, 201 1 is modified to the extent that the issues now subject to investigation in this proceeding shall include the four Big Rivers issues enumerated in that Order and the three KlUC issues that the Rate Order: (1) should have eliminated interclass rate subsidies; (2) should have exempted all non-rural customers from payment of any DSM-related expenses; and (3) should have accepted the KlUC proposed depreciation rates. 2. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix attached hereto and incorporated herein shall be followed in this case and the schedule appended hereto shall supersede the schedule appended to the March 7, 2012 Order. 3. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter

2011-00036
4/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Movants' motion for a one-day extension of time is granted and their responses to the information requests of Commission Staff and responses and objections to Kentucky Power are accepted for filing on April 3, 2012.

2011-00401
4/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: Duke Kentucky's request to implement a pilot Smart Saver Custom Energy Efficiency Incentive Program for non-residential electric customers is approved as filed as of the date of this Order.

2011-00471
4/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Motion is granted and the Attorney General is hereby made a party to these proceedings.

2012-00063
4/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Grant District's motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 6, is granted. (2) Grant District's application is considered filed as of the date of this Order.

2012-00109
4/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky’s request to reduce the notice period from 30 to 20 days for its revised Cogen Tariff is granted. 2. Duke Kentucky’s revised Cogen Tariff is approved for service rendered on and after April 17, 2012. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Duke Kentucky shall file its revised tariff as approved herein, reflecting its effective date and that it was approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00130
4/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Duke Kentucky's application is approved as of the date of this Order. (2) Duke Kentucky shall continue the practice of no DSM or EE related costs being included in base rates. (3) Within 10 days of the date of this Order, Duke Kentucky shall file its revised DSM tariffs.

2011-00448
4/13/2012 DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S SECOND REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO KENTUCKY POWER COMPANY

2012-00051
4/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Christian District is authorized to enter into an agreement with KRWFC to borrow no more than $3,333,0009fo r the purpose of refunding the outstanding indebtedness, but only under such terms and conditions that will produce both positive gross savings and net present value savings. 2. If the actual terms and conditions of the agreement with KRWFC differ from those set forth in its application, Christian District shall, within 30 days of executing the loan agreement, file with the Commission amortization schedules and work papers showing the actual gross savings and net present value savings that will result from the refinancing . 3. Within 30 days of executing the proposed agreement, Christian District shall file a written statement with the Commission setting forth the date on which the agreement was entered, the actual interest rates, and the principal amount. 4. The proceeds from the transaction authorized herein shall be used only for the lawful purposes specified in Christian District's application. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file. Nothing contained herein shall be construed as a finding of value for any purpose or as a warranty on the part of the Commonwealth of Kentucky or any agency thereof as to the securities authorized herein.

2012-00068
4/13/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Duke Energy Kentucky, Inc.

2012-00085
4/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Johnson County are denied. 2. The rates in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for billing for service rendered on and after the date of this Order. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Johnson County shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order. 4. Johnson County shall file copies of new gas supply contracts as soon as they are executed and Johnson County’s next GCA filing shall include an explanation of the reasonableness of the rates included in those contracts. 5. Any document filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph 4 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file.

2012-00094
4/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Cumberland Falls’ proposed rates are approved. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.28 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. 3. March 22,2012. The rates in Appendix B are approved for service rendered on or after 4. Cumberland Falls’ proposed tariff sheet filed with the application is approved.

2012-00104
4/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after April 23, 2012. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Delta shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00106
4/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Farmdale's proposed rates are approved. (2) The proposed purchased water adjustment factor of $0.14 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for water service that Farmdale renders on or after April 1, 2012. (4) Farmdale's proposed tariff sheets filed with the application are approved.

2012-00116
4/16/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Kentucky Power shall reduce its jurisdictional environmental revenue requirement determined in the first billing month following the date of this Order by $629,557 as discussed herein. 2. Kentucky Power shall use a weighted average cost of capital of 8.11 percent and a tax gross-up factor of 1.5764 in all monthly environmental surcharge filings subsequent to the date of this Order.

2011-00031
4/16/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered 1. Except where they contradict or conflict with the findings contained in this Order, the findings contained in Commission Staffs report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. 2. The rates set forth in Appendix A to this Order are approved for water service that Gallatin District renders on and after the date of this Order. 3. The rates set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service that Gallatin District renders on and after November 1, 2013. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Gallatin District shall file revised tariff sheets with the Commission setting forth the rates approved in this Order. 5. This matter is closed and shall be removed from the Commission’s docket.

2011-00378
4/16/2012 PSC_Notice

NOTICE OF FILING OF COMMISSION STAFF REPORT

2011-00455
4/16/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Shelby Energy’s request to establish a regulatory asset account to record the retired meter write-off is approved as proposed for accounting purposes only. 2. Shelby Energy shall record its retired meter write-off as a regulatory asset in conformance with the provisions of its application. 3. Shelby Energy’s request to amortize the regulatory asset over five years is approved for accounting purposes only, with the first year’s amortization to be recorded in its 201 I financial statements.

2012-00102
4/16/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) U.S. 60's proposed rates are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment of $0.12 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service rendered on or after April 1, 2012. (4) The tariff sheets filed by U.S. 60 are approved as filed.

2012-00105
4/16/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Big Rivers' proposed DSM programs are suspended for the one day of April 16, 2012, and shall become effective on April 17, 2012 subject to change prospectively.

2012-00142
4/16/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Kenergy's proposed DSM programs are suspended for the one day of April 30, 2012 and shall become effective on May 1, 2012 subject to change prospectively.

2012-00143
4/16/2012 20120416_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00133
4/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The informal conference and hearing scheduled in this matter are cancelled. 2. This matter stands submitted for decision.

2012-00008
4/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered by the Commission, on its own motion, HEREBY ORDERS and COMPELS Appalachian Waste Control to file its responses to Commission Staffs Request for Information within seven days of the date of this Order.

2012-00035
4/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: I. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix shall be followed. 2. a. All requests for information and responses thereto shall be appropriately bound, tabbed and indexed and the original and ten copies shall be filed with the Commission, with copies to all parties of record. b. Each response shall be answered under oath. c. Any party shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains information which indicates that the response was incorrect when made. d. For any request to which a party fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation of the specific grounds for its failure to completely and precisely respond. 3. Any party filing testimony shall file an original and ten copies with the Commission, with copies to all parties of record. 4. At any public hearing in this matter, neither opening statements nor summarization of direct testimony shall be permitted. 5. Any objections or motions relating to discovery or procedural dates shall be filed upon four business days’ notice or the filing party shall explain, in writing, why such notice was not possible. 6. Motions for extensions of time with respect to the schedule herein shall be made in writing and will be granted only upon a showing of good cause. 7. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter.

2012-00126
4/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: I. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix shall be followed. 2. a. All requests for information and responses thereto shall be appropriately bound, tabbed and indexed and the original and ten copies shall be filed with the Commission, with copies to all parties of record. b. Each response shall be answered under oath. c. Any party shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains information which indicates that the response was incorrect when made. d. For any request to which a party fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation of the specific grounds for its failure to completely and precisely respond. 3. Any party filing testimony shall file an original and ten copies with the Commission, with copies to all parties of record. 4. At any public hearing in this matter, neither opening statements nor summarization of direct testimony shall be permitted. 5. Any objections or motions relating to discovery or procedural dates shall be filed upon four business days’ notice or the filing party shall explain, in writing, why such notice was not possible. 6. Motions for extensions of time with respect to the schedule herein shall be made in writing and will be granted only upon a showing of good cause. 7. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter.

2012-00127
4/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) This proceeding is established to permit the Commission to consider the reasonableness of the proposed revisions. (2) Delta's proposed tariffs are suspended or a period of five months from April 23, 2012 up to and including September 22, 2012.

2012-00136
4/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that Woodland Acres shall appear on May 9, 2012, at 1O:OO a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission’s offices at 21 1 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, for the purposes of showing cause why it should not be subjected to the penalties of KRS 278.990 for its failure to comply with the Commission’s February 29, 2012 Order.

2011-00349
4/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Forexco’s proposed tariff and rates are approved. The rates in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for service rendered on and after the date of this Order. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Forexco shall file with the Commission its revised tariff showing the effective date, the date of issue, and a statement that it is issued pursuant to this Order. 4. Within 30 days of the date of this Order, Forexco shall file with the Commission a list of potential customers to whom informational notices have been sent regarding the availability of farm tap service. 5. Within 90 days of the date of this Order, Forexco shall file with the Commission the names and addresses of potential customers who responded to the informational notices. 6. Forexco shall file with the Commission any future requests made for service connections with gas producing wells or pipelines as they occur.

2012-00022
4/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The motion of KIUC to intervene is granted. 2. KlUC shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and shall be served with the Commission’s Orders and with filed testimony, exhibits, pleadings, correspondence, and all other documents submitted by parties after the date of this Order. 3. Should KlUC file documents of any kind with the Commission in the course of these proceedings, KlUC shall also serve a copy of said documents on all other parties of record.

2012-00063
4/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that Kentucky Frontier's motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5:OOl , Section 11(2)(c), to provide maps and plans of the BTU gas system is granted and the application is considered filed as of April 4, 2012.

2012-00099
4/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: motion of KlUC to intervene is granted 2. KlUC shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and shall be served with the Commission’s Orders and with filed testimony, exhibits, pleadings, correspondence, and all other documents submitted by parties after the date of this Order 3. Should KlUC file documents of any kind with the Commission in the course of these proceedings, KlUC shall also serve a copy of said documents on all other parties of record.

2012-00119
4/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates proposed by Auxier are denied. 2. The rates in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for billing for service rendered on and after May 1 , 201 2. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Auxier shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00120
4/19/2012 DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S SECOND REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO ATMOS ENERGY CORPORATION

2012-00066
4/20/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the proposed EDR, MLR, and SDR tariffs are hereby suspended for five months from May 1 , 2012, up to and including October 1 , 2012. Nothing shall prevent the Commission from issuing an Order prior to the end of the suspension period.

2012-00066
4/20/2012 PSC_data request

COMMISSION STAFF'S FIRST REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO KENTUCKY FRONTIER GAS, LLC,

2012-00099
4/20/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Columbia’s motion for extension of time is granted 2. Columbia shall file the results of the CHOICE program survey no later than July 15, 2012.

2012-00132
4/20/2012 20120420_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2011-00303
4/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Jackson County’s proposed wholesale water service rates as set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for wholesale water service rendered on and after the date of this Order. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Jackson County shall file with the Commission a revised tariff sheet setting forth the approved rates

2011-00240
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) LG&E's motion to dismiss is granted. (2) Complainant owes LG&E an arrearage of $601.09 for gas service she received prior to June 2009. (3) Complainant shall be given twelve months from the date of this Order to pay arrearage of $601.19. (4) A separate action shall be established for LG&E to show cause, if any, why it should not be subject to the penalties prescribed by KRS 278.990(1) for its alleged conduct in this matter. (5) Nothing in this Order shall apply to Complainant's obligation to pay for her current gas and electric service.

2011-00211
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Mitchell F. Brecher is admitted pro hac vice for the purpose of representing TracFone in the above-styled proceeding, provided that Mark David Goss or another member of the KBA acts as co-counsel and is present at any and all proceedings before the Commission.

2011-00322
4/24/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Telephone Informal Conference

2011-00401
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Kentucky Power's motions to deviate from the filing requirements are granted in part and denied in part. (2) Kentucky Power is authorized to file in electronic formal the required number of copies of each data response containing 500 or more pages and shall file in paper the required copies of each data response containing less than 500 pages. (3) Kentucky Power shall file in paper the original of each data response without regard to the number of pages unless the response consists of only computer generated modeling input and output files or information that would be mostly unintelligible in paper format because it is intended to be computer read. (4) Kentucky Power shall file within 7 days of the date of this Order the paper originals and the required number of paper copies of each data response not included in the deviation granted by this Order.

2011-00401
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER01

Order Entered: (1) Sierra Club's motion for a one-day extension to file its confidential responses to Kentucky Power's First Information Request is granted. (2) Sierra Club's motion for authority to file its data responses in electronic format only is granted in part and denied in part. (3) Sierra Club is authorized to file in electronic format the required number of copies of eat data response containing 500 or more pages and shall file in paper the required copies of each data response containing less than 500 pages. (4) Sierra Club shall file in paper the original of each data response without regard to the number of pages unless the response consists of only computer-general modeling input and output files or information that would be mostly unintelligible in paper format because it is intended to be computer read. (5) Within seven days of the date of this Order, Sierra Club shall file the required paper originals and paper copies of its data responses.

2011-00401
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER02

Order Entered: The Sierra Club's motion to compel is denied as moot.

2011-00401
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The Stipulation is adopted and approved in its entirety as a complete resolution of all issues in this case. (2) Grayson shall pay $1,250.00 as a civil penalty within 30 days of the date of this Order by cashier's check or money order payable to the Kentucky State Treasurer and mailed or delivered to the Office of General Counsel, Public Service Commission, 211 Sower Boulevard, P.O. Box 615, Frankfort, KY 40602. (3) Within 30 days of the date of this Order, Grayson shall file with the Commission its internal procedures and protocols to ensure that future construction work plans will be filed with the Commission in a timely manner. (4) Upon payment of the $1,250.00 civil penalty and the filing of the internal procedures and protocols referenced in the ordering paragraph above, this case shall be closed and removed from the Commission's docket without further Order of the Commission.

2011-00407
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The Applicant is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a self-supporting antenna tower not to exceed 190 feet in height, with attached antenna, and is to be located on a tract of land located at 59 Highway 1071, Gray Hawk, Jackson County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37' 23' 29.4" by West Longitude 83' 55' 52.5". (2) The Applicant shall file a copy of the final decisions regarding the pending FAA and KAZC applications for the proposed construction within 10 days of receiving the decisions. (3) The Applicant shall immediately notify the Commission in writing if, after the antenna tower is built and utility service is commenced, the tower is not used for a period of three months in the manner authorized by this Order. (4) Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph two herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2012-00050
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix attached hereto and incorporated herein are approved for final meter readings on and after May 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Navitas KY shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00100
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (!) Atmos's request to use options as an approved hedging tool on an interim basis pending its next request for extension of its hedging program is approved. (2) In order to continue using options as part of its hedging program beyond the current March 31, 2013 program expiration date, Atmos shall fully support the use of options as well as any other program modification in its next scheduled application for extension of the program.

2012-00110
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after May 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Equitable shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00111
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) Northern District is authorized to issue is proposed 2012 Refunding Bonds in a principal amount not to exceed $64,125,000 for the purpose of refinancing the Outstanding Revenue Bonds, but only under such terms and conditions that will produce both positive gross savings and net present value savings. (2) If the actual terms and conditions of the 2012 Refunding Bonds differ from those set forth in the application, Northern District shall, within 30 days of issuance of bonds, file amortization schedules and workpapers showing actual gross savings and net present value savings that resulted from refinancing of Outstanding Revenue Bonds. (3) Within 30 days of issuing the Bonds, Northern District shall file a written report that sets forth the date of the bond issuance, the actual interest rates, and the principal amount. (4) The proceeds from Northern District's issuance of the Bonds shall be used only for the lawful purposes specified in the application. (5) Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2012-00113
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for billing for service rendered on and after May 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Public shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00117
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix to this Order are approved for billing for service rendered by Jefferson on and after May 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Jefferson shall file its revised tariffs with this Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00118
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after May 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Atmos shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00121
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix attached hereto and incorporated herein are approved for billing for service rendered on and after May 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Mike Little shall file its revised tariffs with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00122
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix attached hereto and incorporated herein are approved for billing for service rendered on and after May 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, People's shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00123
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) Whitley County's proposed rates are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.17 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service that Whitley County renders on or after May 1, 2012. (4) Whitley County's proposed tariff sheet filed with the application is approved.

2012-00124
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The rate in the Appendix attached hereto and incorporated herein is approved for gas supplied on and after May 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, LG&E shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00125
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The rates in the Appendix attached hereto and incorporated herein are approved for billing for service rendered on and after May 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Navitas KY shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00134
4/24/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The rates proposed by Duke and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after May 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Duke shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00137
4/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that Hector Garcia is admitted pro hac vice for the purpose of representing Kentucky Power Company in the above-styled proceeding, provided that Mark R. Overstreet or another member of the Kentucky Bar Association acts as co-counsel and is present at any and all proceedings before this Commission.

2011-00401
4/25/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

COMMISSION STAFF NOTICE OF INFORMAL CONFERENCE

2012-00103
4/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Hardin District’s motion is granted and that this case is closed and removed from the Commission’s docket.

2011-00461
4/26/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The Attorney General is hereby made a party to these proceedings.

2012-00030
4/26/2012 DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO NAVITAS KY NG, LLC

2012-00089
4/26/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Louisville Gas and Electric Company

2012-00126
4/26/2012 DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO KENTUCKY UTILITIES COMPANY

2012-00127
4/26/2012 20120426_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2012-00013
4/27/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that this case is held in abeyance for 60 days from the date of this order

2010-00444
4/27/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Atmos' DSM Program modifications are approved as set out herein, effective on and after May 1, 2012 through April 30, 2015. 2. Atmos's revised tariff as contained in its March 5, 2012 filing is approved effective May 1, 2012, through April 30, 2015. 3. Atmos shall include cost-effectiveness tests as set out in finding paragraph 5 above with its next application due no later than October 31, 2014 for further extension of its program. 4. Within 10 days of the date of this Order, Atmos shall file its revised tariff showing the date of issue and that it was issued by authority of this Order.

2011-00395
4/27/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Amendment No. 1 to the Reliability Agreement is approved and Big Rivers is authorized to sign Amendment No. 1 as attached to its application in this case. (2) Big Rivers shall file a signed copy of Amendment No. 1 within ten days of it being signed by both parties. The filing shall reference this case number and shall be retained in Big Rivers' general correspondence file.

2012-00041
4/27/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Farmers’ Commercial TOD tariff is approved as of the date of this Order. (2) Within ten days of the date of this Order, Farmers shall file a revised tariff for its Commercial TOD rate showing the date of this Order as its effective date and stating that it was issued by authority of this Order. (3) Commencing with the filing of its 2012 Annual Report and every year thereafter, Farmers shall file an annual status report of its Commercial TOD rate which includes: (1) the number of Commercial TOD participants at the end of the year; (2) the total kW usage and revenue for the Commercial TOD rate class for the year; (3) the number of kWlkWh used during peak hours and off-peak hours; and (4) the revenue that would have been generated by the Commercial TOD rate under rate Schedule C-Commercial and Industrial Service. (4) The annual status report shall reference this case number and shall be retained in Farmers' general correspondence file.

2012-00108
4/27/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1) This proceeding is hereby established to determine the reasonableness of Kentucky-American's proposed tariff. 2) Kentucky-American's proposed tariff is suspended from April 30, 2012 up to an including September 29, 2012. 3) Community Action is granted leave to intervene in this proceeding. 4) Community Action shall be entitled to full rights of a party and be served with copy of Commission Orders and documents filed by any party. 5) Any party filing a document or pleading with Commission shall serve document or pleading upon all parties. 6) Any document or pleading that a party serves upon other parties shall also be filed with Commission. 7) Service of any document or pleading shall be made in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 3(7). 8) The parties shall consider any request for information from Commission Staff as if ordered by the Commission. 9) Commission Staff and any party may serve initial requests for information upon Kentucky-American no later than May 11, 2012. No later than May 25, 2012, Kentucky-American shall file its responses to these requests. 10) Commission Staff and any party may serve supplemental requests for information upon Kentucky-American no later than June 8, 2012. No later than June 22, 201 2, Kentucky-American shall file its responses to these supplemental requests. 11) Any requests for a hearing in this matter shall be filed with the Commission no later than June 29, 2012.

2012-00155
4/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Preliminary motions in this matter will be heard at the start of the hearing and prior to the parties’ opening statements. 2. Each party to this proceeding shall make an opening statement of not more than five minutes in length. 3. Opening statements will be made in the following order: a. City of Versailles and b. Northeast Woodford Water District 4. The parties will present their witnesses in the following order: a. Versailles; and b. Northeast Woodford District. 5. Cross-examination of witnesses will be conducted in the following order: a. Versailles b. Northeast Woodford District; and c. Commission staff. 6. Testimony of witnesses shall be heard in the following order: a. Bart Miller b. Alison White c. Fred Faust d. Warner S. Broughman III; and e. John S. Davis 7. Direct examination of a witness shall be limited to the authentication and adoption of that witness's written testimony. 8. If the parties agree to stipulate the testimony of a witness who has previously filed written testimony, the previously filed written testimony of that witness may be entered into the record of the hearing without the witness being present to authenticate and adopt that testimony. 9. No closing statements shall be permitted. 10. The record of the formal hearing shall be by videotape. 11. Any party wishing to submit a written brief shall file later than 6/2/2012. 12. Commission Staff shall retain all exhibits and evidence presented at the hearing.

2011-00419
4/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Except when they contradict or conflict with the findings contained in this Order, the findings contained in Commission Staffs report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for water service that Muhlenberg District renders on and after the date of this Order. 3. Subject to the conditions set forth in ordering paragraph 4, Muhlenberg District is authorized to assess a monthly surcharge of $1.91 on each customer beginning on May 1, 2012 and continuing for a period of 120 months or until the total amount of the surcharge assessed equals $1,357,255, whichever occurs first. 4. The assessment and collection of the surcharge approved in ordering paragraph 3 of this Order is subject to the following conditions: a. Muhlenberg District shall use the surcharge proceeds only for the purchase and installation of meters to replace Muhlenberg District’s existing meters. b. Muhlenberg District shall promptly deposit and subsequently maintain all surcharge collections in a separate interest-bearing account. c. Muhlenberg District shall file quarterly activity reports with the Commission that include a statement of monthly surcharge billings and collections, A monthly surcharge bank statement, a list of each payment from the account, its payee, a description of its purpose, and invoices supporting each payment. Any use of surcharge proceeds for a purpose other tha

2012-00009
4/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) No later than May 7, 2012, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a report containing its findings and recommendations on Ledbetter Sewer District’s application. (2) The parties shall file with the Commission their written comments on and any objections to the findings and recommendations contained in the Commission Staff Report no later than May 21, 2012, or 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report, whichever occurs earlier. Any party may file with such submission any additional evidence for the Commission’s consideration. (3) A party’s failure to file written objections to a finding or recommendation contained in the Staff Report by May 21, 2012, or 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report, whichever occurs earlier, shall be deemed as agreement with that finding or recommendation. (4) No later than May 21, 2012, or 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report, whichever occurs earlier, each party shall notify the Commission in writing whether this matter may be submitted for decision based upon the existing record and without hearing. (5) All provisions of the Commission’s Order of March 2, 2012 that conflict with the provisions of this Order are vacated. All remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect.

2012-00057
4/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Big Rivers Electric Corporation (“Big Rivers”) shall re-file its proposed ES Tariff, which was sponsored as an exhibit by one of Big Rivers’ witnesses, Mr. John Wolfram, as Exhibit Wolfram-2 and Exhibit Wolfram-3, to reflect an effective date of October 2, 2012, in accordance with KRS 278.183(2). 2. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix herein shall be followed. 3. a. Responses shall be appropriately bound, tabbed and indexed, with copies to all parties of record and an original and seven copies to the Commission. b. Each response shall be answered under oath. c. Any party shall make timely amendment to any prior response. d. For any request to which a party fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation of the specific grounds for its failure to completely and precisely respond. 4. All parties shall respond to any interrogatories and requests for production of documents that Commission Staff submits in accordance with the procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix. 5. Any party filing testimony shall file an original and ten copies. 6. At any public hearing in this matter, neither opening statements nor summarization of direct testimonies shall be permitted. 7. Motions for extensions of time with respect to the schedule herein shall be made in writing. 8. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter.

2012-00063
4/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Allen District's motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 11(2)(a), is granted. (2) Allen District's application is considered filed as of the date of this Order.

2012-00144
4/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Grayson District’s motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 11 (2)(a), is granted. 2. Grayson District’s application is considered filed as of the date of this Order

2012-00147
4/30/2012 20120430_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00133
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: I Tracfone’s Motion for an Informal Conference is granted 2. An informal conference shall be held on Tuesday, May 8, 2012 at 11:OO a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, at the Commission’s offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky. 3. Tracfone’s counsel may participate by telephone by dialing 502-564-9110 and, when prompted, entering code 5643940.

2011-00322
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits billed by Kentucky Power through its FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00482
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits billed by East Kentucky through its FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00483
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits billed by KU through its FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00484
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits billed by LG&E through its FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00485
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits billed by Duke Kentucky through its FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00486
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits billed by Big Rivers through its FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00487
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order entered: that the charges and credits applied by Big Sandy through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00488
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits applied by Blue Grass through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00489
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits applied by Clark through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00490
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits applied by Cumberland Valley through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00491
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits applied by Farmers through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00492
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits applied by Fleming Mason through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00493
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits applied by Grayson through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00494
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits applied by Inter-County through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00495
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the charges and credits applied by Jackson Energy through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00496
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Licking Valley through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00497
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Nolin through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00498
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Owen through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00499
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Salt River through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00500
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Shelby through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00501
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by South Kentucky through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00502
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Taylor County through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00503
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Jackson Purchase through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00504
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Kenergy through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00505
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Meade County through the FAC for the period May 1, 2011 through October 31, 2011 are approved.

2011-00506
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

I . Except where they contradict or conflict with the findings contained in this Order Entered; the findings contained in Commission Staffs report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. 2. Peaks Mill's proposed rates are denied.. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for water service that Peaks Mill renders on and after the date of this Order 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Peaks Mill shall file revised tariff sheets with the Commission setting forth the rates approved in this Order. 5. This matter is closed and shall be removed from the Commission’s docket.

2012-00008
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that this case is dismissed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2012-00131
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered The FCC’s annual audit and recertification process is hereby adopted by Each Wireline ETC is to file updated tariffs no later than 20 days from the date of this Order. The updated tariffs shall eliminate the Link-Up program and define “household” as defined by the FCC. These tariffs shall be effective April 2, 2012. 3. Each Wireline ETC shall file updated tariffs to add the qualifier of household income at or below 135 percent of the federal poverty level effective June I , 2012. 4. Each ETC shall notify its customers in writing of any changes to the rates Lifeline customers will pay. 5. Each ETC shall adhere to the application process outlined in the FCC order. ETC's will be required to follow the FCC's rules and direction pertaining to annual audits

2012-00146
5/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: This proceeding is opened to investigate the reasonableness of Meade RECC's DSM programs as filed on March 20, 2012.

2012-00153
5/2/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Information Request to Big Rivers Electric Corporation

2012-00119
5/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) This case is removed from abeyance. (2) This case is dismissed with prejudice and removed from the Commission's docket.

2010-00029
5/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) Joint Applicants are granted a CPCN to construct a new 640 MW natural gas combined cycle combustion turbine unit at the Cane Run station and to purchase from Bluegrass Generation the natural gas simple cycle generation facilities, which include three turbines with a combined capacity of 495 MW in LaGrange, KY. (2) Within 30 days of the completion of the construction of CR 7, Joint Applicants shall file with the Commission the actual cost of the construction. (3) Joint Applicants are granted a Site Compatibility Certificate to construct CR 7 at the Cane Run Station site in Louisville, KY. (4) Within three months of the issuance of this Order, Joint Applicants shall commission a potential or market characterizations study as recommended in the ICF Report. (5) Joint Applicants shall file with the Commission the potential or market characterization study within 30 days of the date it is completed and finalized. (6) Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 5 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2011-00375
5/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: KIUC's and the AG's motions to dismiss are denied.

2012-00063
5/3/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. American Dial Tone shall notify the Commission within seven calendar days from the date of this Order of its intent to pay the delinquent bill to AT&T Kentucky within ten days of the date of this Order or, in the alternative, of its intent to notify its end-users (if any) of the proposed service disconnection. Such written comments shall include a copy of American Dial Tone’s customer notice and an affidavit indicating when the notice was mailed and the number of Kentucky customers to whom it was mailed. 2. A copy of AT&T Kentucky’s notice of intent to disconnect American Dial Tone is attached hereto and incorporated herein. 3. If American Dial Tone has not responded as prescribed in ordering paragraph 1 within seven calendar days of the date of this Order, AT&T Kentucky shall implement the procedures established in its Emergency Continuity Tariff. 4. A copy of this Order shall be sent by Certified Mail to American Dial Tone.

2012-00150
5/4/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) Telecommunication carriers in Kentucky that seek to recover the gross revenues tax on basic services via a surcharge must file the surcharge in their basic services tariff on file with the Commission. (2) Telecommunication carriers in Kentucky that seek to recover the gross revenues tax on nonbasic services via a surcharge must file the surcharge in those tariffs if the nonbasic services were on file with the Commission prior to July 12, 2006. (3) Windstream’s tariff language in Windstream’s Tariff Number 7, Section S2.4.5(c) does not allow it to recover the costs of the gross revenues tax from the consumer as a separate surcharge.

2010-00447
5/4/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Salt River Electric Cooperative Corporation

2012-00141
5/4/2012 DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST REQUEST-FOR INFORMATION -TO K ENERGY CORP.

2012-00143
5/4/2012 20120504_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00017
5/7/2012 PSC_ORDER

Delta’s natural gas hedging plan is extended through March 31, 2015. Delta shall comply with the requirements contained in finding paragraph numbers 2, 3, and 4 as if the same were individually so ordered. 3. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to finding paragraph 3 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file.

2012-00025
5/7/2012 PSC_NOTICE

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2012-00057
5/7/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Information Request to Duke Energy Kentucky, Inc.

2012-00085
5/7/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) West Shelby's proposed rates are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.10 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service rendered on or after July 1, 2012. (4) West Shelby's proposed tariff sheets filed with the application are approved.

2012-00138
5/8/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The informal conference scheduled in this matter for May 9, 2012 is cancelled. 2. This matter is submitted for decision based upon the existing record.

2011-00455
5/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Coolbrook's Motion for Identification of Issues is granted. (2) The issues identified in this Order will be addressed at the scheduled hearing in this matter.

2011-00433
5/9/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Meade County rural Electric Cooperative Corporation

2012-00153
5/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The proceeding is opened to investigate the reasonableness of Owen Electric's proposed Time of Day tariff and Smart Home Pilot. (2) Owen Electric's proposed time of Day tariff is suspended for three months, from June 1, 2012 up to and including August 31, 2012.

2012-00154
5/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: the motion is granted and the Attorney General is hereby made a party to these proceedings.

2012-00155
5/9/2012 PSC_ORDER01

Order Entered: (1) The motion of LFUCG to intervene is granted. (2) LFUCG shall be entitled to the full rights of a party. (2) Should LFUCG file documents of any kind with the Commission, LFUCG shall also serve a copy on all parties of record.

2012-00155
5/9/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Duke Energy is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity that authorizes it to bid on a franchise for natural gas service offered by the city of Florence, Kentucky. (2) Duke Energy, shall file two copies of the franchise agreement. (3) This Order shall not be construed as granting a CPCN to construct utility facilities in said city.

2012-00167
5/10/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Except where they contradict or conflict with the findings contained in this Order, the findings contained in Commission Staffs report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for water service that Cunningham District renders on and after the date of this Order. Every 90 days from the date of this Order until final action by Carlisle County Fiscal Court, Cunningham District shall file with the Commission a written report on its efforts to obtain the Carlisle County Fiscal Court’s authorization for a monthly salary for the members of its Board of Commissioners. This report shall include a copy of the minutes of any meeting of Carlisle County Fiscal Court in which Cunningham District’s request is discussed or acted upon. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Cunningham District shall file revised tariff sheets with the Commission setting forth the rates approved in this Order. 5. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph 3 of this Order shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility’s general Correspondence file.

2011-00455
5/10/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The period for reviewing the proposed merger is extended to 120 days.

2012-00095
5/11/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: South Kentucky's petition for rehearing of the March 30, 2012 Order is denied.

2011-00096
5/11/2012 PSC_ORDER

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

2011-00414
5/11/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Navitas is granted a CPCN for the construction project set forth in the plans and specifications of the record herein. 2. Navitas shall, no later than 90 days after completion of the project, file with the Commission a statement of the actual costs of the construction. 3. Navitas shall not incur any indebtedness associated with this project without applying to the Commission for approval pursuant to KRS 278.300 unless the term of the financing is less than that set out in KRS 278.300(8).

2012-00114
5/11/2012 PSC_DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Kentucky-American Water Company

2012-00155
5/11/2012 20120511_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00031
5/14/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information on Rehearing to Kentucky Industrial Utility Customers, Inc.

2011-00036
5/14/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Telephonic Informal Conference

2011-00314
5/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Each Party to this proceeding shall address its briefing issues pertained in this Order:

2011-00419
5/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

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

2011-00426
5/14/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2012-00099
5/14/2012 DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST-REQUEST FOR INFORMATION OF DELTA NATURAL GAS COMPANY, INC

2012-00136
5/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Edmonson District’s motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 11 (2)(a), is granted. 2. Edmonson District’s application is considered filed as of the date of this Order.

2012-00163
5/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1) This proceeding is established to determine the reasonableness of Milton's proposed wholesale rate revision. 2) West Carroll District shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and be served with copy of Commission orders and documents filed by any party to this proceeding. 3) Milton shall not take any action to charge the proposed revised wholesale water rate until obtaining Commission approval. 4) To extent permitted by law, Milton's proposed revised wholesale rate is suspended from May 15, 2012 up to and including October 14, 2012. 5) The procedural schedule set forth in Appendix A to this Order shall be followed. 6) Milton shall file no later than July 15, 2012 an original and eight copies of information in Appendix B. 7) All responses shall be appropriately bound, tabbed and indexed and include name of witness responsible for responding with copies to all parties of record and 8 copies to Commission. 8) Any party that files written testimony shall file original and 8 copies. 9) Parties shall consider any request for information from Staff as if ordered by the Commission. 10) Service of any document or pleading in paper form shall be made in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 3(7). 11) Any party filing a document or pleading with the Commission shall serve such document or pleading to the party's address of record.

2012-00170
5/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) McCreary District's motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 11(2)(a) is granted. (2) McCreary District's application is considered filed as of the date of this Order.

2012-00172
5/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) East Logan District's motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 11(2)(a) is granted. (2) East Logan District's application is considered filed as of the date of this Order.

2012-00175
5/15/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Owen Electric Cooperative, Inc.

2012-00154
5/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) AT&T Kentucky's Motion is granted. (2) the parties shall follow the procedural schedule provided in the Appendix to this Order.

2011-00283
5/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates proposed by KYTX are denied. 2. The rates in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for service rendered on and after the date of this Order. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, KYTX shall file with this Commission its revised tariff showing the effective date, the date of issue, and a statement that it is issued pursuant to this Order 4. Within 20 days of executing the contract with the one potential commercial customer, it should be filed with the Commission.

2011-00507
5/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) KIUC's motion to amend the procedural schedule is granted. (2) The procedural schedule established by our April 4, 2012 Order is amended to the limited extent of allowing KlUC to file testimony or written comments no later than May 18, 2012, and to allow Big Rivers to file rebuttal testimony or written reply comments, if it so chooses, no later than May 22, 2012.

2012-00119
5/17/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Louisville Gas and Electric Company

2012-00126
5/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1 The motion of Gallatin to intervene is granted. 2. Gallatin shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and shall be served with the Commission’s Orders and with filed testimony, exhibits, pleadings, correspondence, and all other documents submitted by parties after the date of this Order. 3. Should Gallatin file documents of any kind with the Commission in the course of these proceedings, Gallatin shall also serve a copy of said documents on all other parties of record.

2012-00149
5/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Hardin County's proposed rates are approved 2. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.01 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. 3. The rates in Appendix B are approved for service that Hardin County renders on or after June 1, 2012. 4. Hardin County's proposed tariff sheet filed with the application is approved

2012-00151
5/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the motion is granted, and the Attorney General is hereby made a party to these proceedings.

2012-00169
5/17/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. All American shall notify the Commission within seven calendar days of the date of this Order of its intent to pay the delinquent bill to AT&T Kentucky within ten days of the date of this Order or, in the alternative, of its intent to notify its end-users (if any) of the proposed service disconnection. Such written comments shall include a copy of All American’s customer notice and an affidavit indicating when the notice was mailed and the number of Kentucky customers to whom it was mailed. 2. A copy of AT&T Kentucky’s notice of intent to disconnect All American is attached hereto and incorporated herein. 3. If All American has not responded as prescribed in ordering paragraph 1 within seven calendar days of the date of this Order, AT&T Kentucky shall implement the procedures established in its Emergency Continuity Tariff. 4. A copy of this Order shall be sent by certified mail to All American.

2012-00174
5/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: No later than May 22, 2012, the parties to this matter shall file a statement as to whether there are any material issues of fact that warrant a hearing or whether this case may be submitted for adjudication based on the existing record without a hearing.

2012-00051
5/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The AMRP rates in the Appendix to this Order are approved for billing with Columbia’s June 2012 billing cycle effective May 30, 2012. 2. In every future filing of annual update data and application for increased AMRP rates, Columbia shall continue to file the detailed breakdown of additions to Account 376.25, Mains-AMRP, as required herein. 3. Columbia shall continue to file every future AMRP rate increase application no later than March 1. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Columbia shall file its revised tariffs with this Commission, setting out the AMRP rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00073
5/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. T-Mobile is conditionally designated as an ETC for any wire centers in the state of Kentucky not previously designated by this Commission. Accordingly, T-Mobile is eligible to participate in the Mobility Phase I Auction in order to submit a bid. 2. T-Mobile shall offer universal supported services to consumers in its service area. 3. T-Mobile shall offer these services using its own facilities or a combination of its own facilities and resale of another carrier’s services, including the services offered by another ETC. 4. T-Mobile shall advertise the availability of and charges for these services using media of general distribution. 5. T-Mobile has certified to the Commission that it will comply with the FCC’s criteria, in accordance with 47 U.S.C. § 254(e), and is therefore eligible to receive Universal Service Fund support for the current certification period. 6. The Executive Director shall serve a copy of this Order upon the FCC and the Universal Service Administrative Company.

2012-00135
5/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The supplemental tariff application submitted by Big Rivers on April 20, 2012 shall be incorporated into the record of this case. 2. Big Rivers’ proposed supplemental tariff is suspended for the one day of May 20, 2012, and shall become effective on May 21, 2012 subject to change prospectively.

2012-00142
5/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Kenergy's proposed supplemental tariff is effective on or after the date of this Order, subject to change prospectively. (2) The supplemental tariff application submitted by Kenergy on April 24, 2012 shall be incorporated into the record of this case.

2012-00143
5/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The supplemental tariff application submitted by Meade Co. RECC on April 30, 2012 shall be incorporated into the record of this case. (2) Meade Co. RECC's proposed supplemental tariff is suspended for the one day of May 25, 2012 and shall become effective on May 26, 2012 subject to change prospectively.

2012-00153
5/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Windstream’s Petition regarding the NANPA’s denial of its application for assignment of additional numbering resources is granted. 2. The decision of the NANPA denying Windstream’s request for assignment of an NXX in the Berea rate center is hereby overturned. 3. The NANPA shall assign Windstream an available NXX in the Berea rate center (859-NXX). 4. The numbering resources considered in this Order are to be assigned for the sole use of serving Windstream’s need for an LRN for deployment of a new packet switch in connection with a Broadband Stimulus project in the Berea rate center. Windstream shall retain only a single thousands block of numbers from the new NXX. The remaining nine thousands blocks, not utilized by Windstream for LRN purposes, shall be returned to the pool of available numbers. If the numbering resources requested by Windstream are not needed to meet its service requirements, the associated numbering resources approved in this Order shall be returned to the NANPA. -

2012-00158
5/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Big Sandy's proposed rates are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment of $0.69 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service rendered on or after May 1, 2012. (4) The tariff sheets filed by Big Sandy are approved as filed.

2012-00161
5/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Southern District is granted a CPCN for the construction project. 2. Southern District’s proposed plan of financing is accepted. 3. Southern District is authorized to enter an Assistance Agreement with KIA to borrow $1,094,143. 4. When Southern District receives principal forgiveness, it shall debit the appropriate Long Term-Debt Account for the amount of the forgiveness and make a corresponding credit entry to Account 271. 5. The proceeds from the loan shall be used only for the purposes specified in Southern District’s application. 6. If surplus funds remain after the construction has been completed, Southern District may use such surplus to construct additional plant facilities if RD approves. 7. Southern District shall file a copy of the ”as-built” drawings and a certified statement of a licensed professional engineer with a Kentucky registration that the construction has been satisfactorily completed within 60 days of the substantial completion of the construction. 8. Southern District shall require the construction to be inspected under the general supervision of a licensed professional engineer with a Kentucky registration. 9. Southern shall notify the Commission one week prior to the actual start of construction and at the 50-percent completion point. 10. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraphs 6, 7, or 9 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file.

2012-00165
5/18/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The rates in the Appendix to this Order are approved for billing with the final meter readings beginning on May 30, 2012. 2. Within 20 days from the date of this Order, Columbia shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates authorized herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00166
5/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: KRWA's presentation to North Marshall Water District on August 11, 2011 at Benton, Kentucky is accredited and approved for a maximum of 6.0 credit hours of water district management training and 6.0 hours of new commissioner training.

2011-00438
5/21/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Initial Request for Information to harry Thompson, Wilon Gathering Systems, Inc., and Chattaco, Inc.

2012-00028
5/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The motion of Ben Taylor and the Sierra Club to intervene is granted, and Ben Taylor and the Sierra Club shall accept the existing amended procedural schedule. (2) Ben Taylor and the Sierra Club shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and shall be served with the Commission's Orders and with filed testimony, exhibits, pleadings, correspondence, and all other documents submitted by parties after the date of this Order. (3) Should Ben Taylor and the Sierra Club file documents of any kind with the Commission in the course of these proceedings, Ben Taylor and the Sierra Club shall also serve a copy of said documents on all other parties of record.

2012-00063
5/21/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Big Rivers Electric Corporation

2012-00063
5/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Allen District is authorized to execute the Assistance Agreement with KRWFC to borrow no more than $3,234,00010 for the purpose of refunding the outstanding indebtedness, but only under such terms and conditions as will produce both positive gross savings and net present value savings. 2. If the actual terms and conditions of the Assistance Agreement with KRWFC differ from those set forth in its Application, Allen District shall, within 30 days of executing the Agreement, file with the Commission amortization schedules and work papers showing the actual gross savings and net present value savings that will result from the refinancing. 3. Within 30 days of executing the Assistance Agreement, Allen District shall file a written statement with the Commission setting forth the date on which the Agreement was entered, the actual interest rates, and the principal amount. 4. The proceeds from the transaction authorized herein shall be used only for the lawful purposes specified in Allen District’s Application. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file.

2012-00144
5/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Grayson District is authorized to execute the Assistance Agreement with KRWFC to borrow no more than $4,070,0009 for the purpose of refunding the outstanding indebtedness, but only under such terms and conditions as will produce both positive gross savings and net present value savings. 2. If the actual terms and conditions of the Assistance Agreement with KRWFC differ from those set forth in its Application, Grayson District shall, within 30 days of executing the Agreement, file with the Commission amortization schedules and work papers showing the actual gross savings and net present value savings that will result from the refinancing. 3. Within 30 days of executing the Assistance Agreement, Grayson District shall file a written statement with the Commission setting forth the date on which the Agreement was entered, the actual interest rates, and the principal amount. 4. The proceeds from the transaction authorized herein shall be used only for the lawful purposes specified in Grayson District's Application. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2012-00147
5/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) West Daviess' proposed rates are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment factor of ($0.06) per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for service that West Daviess renders on or after June 1, 2012. (4) West Daviess' proposed tariff sheet filed with the application is approved.

2012-00148
5/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. KRWA's 2012 Outdoor Expo, which will be held in Park City, Kentucky on June 5-7, 2012 is accredited and approved for a maximum of 12.0 credit hours of water district management training. 2. KRWA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the accredited and approved presentation. 3. No later than July 6, 2012, KRWA shall file with the Commission: a. A sworn statement attesting that the accredited instruction was performed; b. A description of any changes in the presenters or the proposed curriculum that occurred after KRWA's application; and c. The name of each attending water district commissioner, his or her water district, and the number of hours that he or she attended.

2012-00171
5/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix shall be followed. 2. a. All requests for information and responses thereto shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed and shall include the name of the witness responsible for responding to the questions related to the information provided, with copies to all parties of record and eight copies to the Commission. b. Each response shall be under oath or, be accompanied by a signed certification of the preparer or person supervising the preparation of the response on behalf of the entity that the response is true and accurate. c. A party shall make timely amendment to any prior response. d. For any request to which a party fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation of the specific grounds for its failure to completely and precisely respond. 3. Any party filing testimony shall file an original and eight copies with the Commission, with copies to all parties of record. 4. At any public hearing in this matter, neither opening statements nor summarization of direct testimony shall be permitted. 5. Motions for extensions of time with respect to the schedule herein shall be made in writing and will be granted only upon a showing of good cause. 6. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter.

2012-00142
5/23/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Big Sandy’s rates are suspended for five months from the June 15, 2012 effective date up to and including November 14, 2012. 2. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix, shall be followed. 3. a. All requests for information and responses thereto shall be appropriately bound, and the original and ten copies shall be filed with the Commission, with copies to all parties of record. b. Each response shall be answered under oath. c. A party shall make timely amendment to any prior response. d. For any request to which a party fails to furnish the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation. 4. Any party filing testimony shall file an original and ten copies with the Commission, with copies to all parties of record. 5. Big Sandy shall give notice of the hearing in accordance with the provisions set out in 807 KAR 5:Oll , Section 8(5). 6. At any public hearing in this matter, neither opening statements nor summarization of direct testimony shall be permitted. 7. Any objections or motions relating to discovery or procedural dates shall be filed upon four business days' notice or the filing party shall explain, in writing, why such notice was not possible. 8. Motions for extensions of time with respect to the schedule herein shall be made in writing and will be granted only upon a showing of good cause. 9. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter.

2012-00030
5/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Big Rivers' motion to deviate is granted.

2012-00119
5/25/2012 PSC_ORDER01

Order Entered: 1. Big Rivers is authorized to borrow from CoBank and CFC the amounts identified in the Application. 2. The loan maturity dates and interest rates shall be in accordance with the financing proposal as described in Big Rivers’ Application. 3. If the terms and conditions of the CoBank and CFC secured loan differ from those in the application, Big Rivers shall, within 30 days of executing the loan documents, file amortization schedules. 4. Big Rivers shall execute loan documents as described in its Application. 5. Within 10 days of finalizing the financing transactions, Big Rivers shall notify the Commission of the actual all-in effective interest rate. Within 10 days of the execution, Big Rivers shall file three copies of the loan documents for each loan. 6. The proceeds for the proposed loans shall be used only for the lawful purposes set out in Big Rivers’ Application. 7. The terms and conditions of the new CoBank secured loan, CoBank Revolver, CFC secured loan and CFC Equity Note shall be consistent with the financing proposal as described in Big Rivers’ Application. 8. Upon closing the financing transactions, Big Rivers shall deposit $35 million of the proceeds into the Transition Reserve fund. 9. Within 10 days of finalizing the financing transaction, Big Rivers shall file a copy of the new RUS Maximum Debt Balance Schedule and a new RUS Debt Amortization Schedule.

2012-00119
5/25/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Big Rivers Electric Corporation

2012-00142
5/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in the appendix to this Order shall be followed in this proceeding 2. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, tabbed and indexed and shall include the name of the witness responsible for responding to the questions related to the information provided, with copies to all parties at or before the time of filing. 3. Each response shall be answered under oath or, for representatives of a public or private corporation or a partnership or association or a governmental agency, be accompanied by a signed certification of the preparer or person supervising the preparation of the response on behalf of the entity that the response is true and accurate to the best of that person’s knowledge, information, and belief formed after a reasonable inquiry. 4. EKPC shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains information which indicates that the response was incorrect when made or, though correct when made, is now incorrect in any material respect. 5. For any request to which EKPC fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested information, it shall provide a written explanation of the specific grounds for its failure to completely and precisely respond. 6. Motions for extensions of time with respect to the schedule herein shall be made in writing and will be granted only upon a showing of good cause.

2012-00149
5/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Kentucky-American's request for immediate approval of the revised late-payment fee proposal and termination of this proceeding is deferred. (2) Kentucky-American shall have an additional 14 days in which to respond to Commission Staff's First Request for Information. (3) All other provisions of the Commission's Order of April 27, 2012 relating to the submission of requests for information are stayed.

2012-00155
5/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Overland’s proposed rates are approved. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.81 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. 3. The rates in Appendix B are approved for service that Overland renders on or after June 1,2012. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Overland shall file with the Commission a revised tariff sheet setting forth the rates approved herein.

2012-00164
5/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. McCreary District is authorized to execute the Assistance Agreement with KRWFC to borrow no more than $5,269,000” for the purpose of refunding the outstanding indebtedness, but only under such terms and conditions as will produce both positive gross savings and net present value savings. 2. If the actual terms and conditions of the Assistance Agreement differ from those set forth in its Application, McCreary District shall, within 30 days of executing the loan agreement, file with the Commission amortization schedules and work papers showing the actual gross savings and net present value savings that will result from the refinancing. 3. Within 30 days of executing the proposed Agreement, McCreary District shall file a written statement with the Commission setting forth the date on which the Agreement was entered, the actual interest rates, and the principal amount. 4. The proceeds from the transaction authorized herein shall be used only for the lawful purposes specified in McCreary District’s Application. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file.

2012-00172
5/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A formal hearing in this matter shall be held on June 5, at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission's offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky 40602, and continuing until completed. 2. By June 4, 2012, each party shall file an original and eight copies of the following with the Commission and serve a copy upon all parties of record: a. List of the names and addresses of all witnesses that it intends to call at the formal hearing. b. A summary of the expected testimony of each witness. c. A copy of ail documents and exhibits that it intends to introduce into evidence at the scheduled hearing. 3. As the Complainant bears the burden of proof in this matter, her failure to appear at the formal hearing and to present proof in support of her Complaint may result in the dismissal of her complaint with prejudice. 4. Failure of the Respondent to appear at the formal hearing may result in the entry of an Order granting the Complainants' request relief.

2011-00413
5/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the time for submitting written briefs in this proceeding is extended to June 25, 2012.

2011-00419
5/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates proposed by East Daviess are denied. 2. The purchased water adjustment factor of ($0.19) per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. 3. The rates in Appendix B are fair, just, and reasonable and are approved for services on or after June 1. 2012. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, East Daviess shall file with the Commission a revised tariff sheet showing the rates approved herein.

2012-00159
5/29/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: West Carroll District’s request to postpone the informal conference scheduled for May 29, 2012 is granted. 2. The informal conference scheduled for May 29, 2012 is postponed until 10:30 a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, on June 18, 2012. 3. In lieu of attending the informal conference, the parties may participate in the conference by telephone. Any party wishing to participate by telephone shall telephone 502-564-91 10 and, when prompted, enter code 5643940.

2012-00170
5/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates proposed by Frontier are denied. (2) The rates in Appendix A, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for service rendered by Frontier to its paying farm tap customers on and after the date of this Order. (3) The GCA format in Appendix B, attached hereto and incorporated herein, is approved for use by Frontier for adjusting the gas cost charged its paying farm tap customers on and after the date of this Order. (4) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Frontier shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission showing their effective date, the date of issue, and a statement that they are issued pursuant to this Order.

2011-00513
5/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Appalachian Waste’s motion for continuance is granted. The hearing in this matter originally scheduled for May 30, 2012, is continued to August 7, 2012, at 9:00 a.m. 3. An informal conference shall be held at the Commission’s offices in Frankfort, Kentucky on June 26, 2012, beginning at 3:OO p.m., Eastern Daylight Time,for the purpose of discussing the status of Appalachian Waste’s plans for connecting its customers to Thelma Waste’s facilities. In lieu of attending the conference, a party may participate in the conference by telephoning (502) 564-91 10 and, when prompted, entering 5643940.

2012-00035
5/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) Kentucky Power's proposed residential and commercial DSM surcharge factors as shown in its February 13, 2012 Application are approved effective for service rendered on and after May 30, 2012. (2) Kentucky Power's request for a new three-year contract with the National Energy Education Development is approved and a copy shall be filed with the Commission within 10 days of the date of this Order. (3) Kentucky Power's proposed increase in participation levels from 405 to 425 for the Targeted Energy Efficiency Program is approved. (4) Within 10 days of the date of this Order, Kentucky Power shall file a revised tariff showing the date of issue and that it was issued by authority of this Order. (5) Any document filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph 2 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2012-00051
5/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates proposed by Auxier are denied. (2) The rates in the Appendix are approved for service rendered on and after June 1, 2012. (3) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Auxier shall file its revised tariff sheets.

2012-00162
5/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Edmonson District is authorized to enter into an agreement with KRWFC to borrow no more than $3,476,00012 for the purpose of refunding the outstanding indebtedness, but only under such terms and conditions as will produce both positive gross savings and net present value savings. 2. If the actual terms and conditions of the agreement with KRWFC differ from those set forth in its Application, Edmonson District shall, within 30 days of executing the loan agreement, file with the Commission amortization schedules and work papers showing the actual gross savings and net present value savings that will result from the refinancing. 3. Within 30 days of executing the proposed agreement, Edmonson District shall file a written statement with the Commission setting forth the date on which the agreement was entered, the actual interest rates, and the principal amount. 4. The proceeds from the transaction authorized herein shall be used only for the lawful purposes specified in Edmonson District’s Application. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file .

2012-00163
5/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. East Logan is authorized to execute the Assistance Agreement with KRWFC to borrow no more than $1,006,5008 for the purpose of refunding the outstanding indebtedness, but only under such terms and conditions as will produce both positive gross savings and net present value savings. 2. If the actual terms and conditions of the Assistance Agreement differ from those set forth in its Application, East Logan shall, within 30 days of executing the Agreement, file with the Commission amortization schedules and work papers showing the actual gross savings and net present value savings that will result from the refinancing. 3. Within 30 days of executing the Assistance Agreement, East Logan shall file a written statement with the Commission setting forth the date on which the Agreement was executed, the actual interest rates, and the principal amount. 4. The proceeds from the transaction authorized herein shall be used only for the lawful purposes specified in East Logan’s Application. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file.

2012-00175
5/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates proposed by Duke in its revised application and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after May 31 I 2012. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Duke shall file its revised tariffs with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00176
5/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Nolin RECC is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity that authorizes it to bid on a franchise for electric service offered by the city of Vine Grove, Kentucky. 2. Nolin RECC, if it becomes the successful bidder, shall file two copies of the franchise agreement with the Commission’s tariff branch. 3. This Order shall not be construed as granting a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct utility facilities in said city.

2012-00186
5/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Nolin RECC is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity that authorizes it to bid on a franchise for electric service offered by the city of Sonora, Kentucky. 2. Nolin RECC, if it becomes the successful bidder, shall file two copies of the franchise agreement with the Commission’s tariff branch. 3. This Order shall not be construed as granting a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct utility facilities in said city.

2012-00187
5/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Nolin RECC is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity that authorizes it to bid on a franchise for electric service offered by the city of Radcliff, Kentucky. 2. Nolin RECC, if it becomes the successful bidder, shall file two copies of the franchise agreement with the Commission’s tariff branch. 3. This Order shall not be construed as granting a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct utility facilities in said city.

2012-00188
5/30/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: KU is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity that authorizes it to bid on a franchise for electric service offered by the city of Junction City, Kentucky . 2. KU, if it becomes the successful bidder, shall file two copies of the franchise agreement with the Commission's tariff branch. 3. This Order shall not be construed as granting a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct utility facilities in said city.

2012-00199
5/30/2012 20120530_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2010-00398
5/31/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: . AT&T Kentucky’s Motion is granted. 2. The parties shall follow the procedural schedule provided in the Appendix to this Order.

2011-00283
5/31/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Kentucky Power's motion to withdraw its application is granted without prejudice and this case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2011-00401
5/31/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. LG&E shall submit to the Commission, within 20 days of the date of this Order, a written response to the allegations. 2. LG&E shall appear on Wednesday, July 11, 2012 at 10:00 a.m., in Hearing Room I of the Commission’s offices. 3. At the scheduled hearing, LG&E shall also present evidence that its personnel have been trained pursuant to 807 KAR 51006, Section 13(l)(d). 4. The hearing shall be recorded by videotape only. 5. Requests for an informal conference with Commission Staff shall be in writing and filed with the Commission within 20 days of the date of this Order. 6. a. The information requested in the Appendix to this Order is due within 20 days of the date of this Order. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound. b. Each response shall be answered under oath. c. Any party shall make timely amendment to any prior response. d. For any request to which a party fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation of the specific grounds for its failure to completely and precisely respond. 7. Any party filing testimony shall file an original and eight copies. 8. At any public hearing in this matter, neither opening statements nor summarization of direct testimony shall be permitted. 9. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter

2012-00168
6/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Frontier’s acquisition of the assets formerly owned by BTU is approved. 2. Within 20 days of the completion of the acquisition approved herein, Frontier shall notify the Commission in writing of the completion thereof. 3. Within 20 days of the completion of the acquisition approved herein, Frontier shall file a signed and dated Dema adoption notice in accordance with 807 KAR 5101 1, Section 11 4. Frontier is authorized to enter into the commercial loan with Community Trust Bank of Pikeville, Kentucky, and to use the proceeds to finance the acquisition of the assets formerly owned by BTU. 5. Frontier shall prepare and file BTU’s 2011 Annual Report with the Commission and be responsible for paying the amount BTU is assessed in 2012 for the operation of the Commission. 6. Any document filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph 2 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file.

2012-00099
6/1/2012 PSC_ORDER

COMMISSION STAFF’S NOTICE OF TELEPHONIC INFORMAL CONFERENCE

2012-00140
6/1/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Owen Electric Cooperative, Inc.

2012-00154
6/4/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1.The findings contained in Commission Staffs report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. 2. Cannonsburg’s proposed rates are denied. 3. The rates in the Appendix are approved for service that Cannonsburg renders on and after the date of this Order. 4. Cannonsburg is authorized to assess a monthly surcharge of $5.53 on each customer beginning on June 1, 2012. 5. Within 90 days, Cannonsburg shall file a comprehensive unaccounted-for water loss reduction plan. 6. Cannonsburg shall deposit surcharge collections in a separate. interest-bearing account. 7. Cannonsburg shall not withdraw any surcharge proceeds from the separate interest-bearing account prior to the Commission’s approval. 8. On the fifteenth day of each month, Cannonsburg shall file a monthly activity report. 9. On the fifteenth day of each month, Cannonsburg must file a monthly water-loss report.’’ 10. Cannonsburg shall not use any surcharge proceeds for reimbursement of unaccounted-for water loss reduction expenses. 11. Cannonsburg shall consider all surcharge collections as contributions. 12. Cannonsburg shall debit monthly billings of the surcharge to customer accounts receivable and credit the contribution account. 13. When Cannonsburg collects the surcharge from the customer, it shall debit special funds and credit the customer account. 14. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Cannonsburg shall file revised tariff sheets.

2011-00217
6/4/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The motion of PJM to intervene is granted. (2) PJM shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and shall be served with the Commission’s Orders and with filed testimony, exhibits, pleadings, correspondence, and all other documents submitted by parties after the date of this Order. (3) Should PJM file documents of any kind with the Commission in the course of these proceedings, PJM shall also serve a copy of said documents on all other parties of record.

2012-00169
6/4/2012 PSC_ORDER01

Order Entered: (1) The petition of Gallatin to intervene is granted. (2) Gallatin shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and shall be served with the Commission’s Orders and with filed testimony, exhibits, pleadings, correspondence, and all other documents submitted by parties after the date of this Order. (3) Should Gallatin file documents of any kind with the Commission in the course of these proceedings, Gallatin shall also serve a copy of said documents on all other parties of record.

2012-00169
6/4/2012 DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S FIRST REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO JACKSON ENERGY COOPOERATIVE

2012-00177
6/4/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Telephonic Informal Conference

2012-00194
6/4/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the 2012 Water Personnel Training Seminar, which the Commission conducted at Erlanger, Kentucky on May 24, 2012, is approved for a maximum of 6.0 credit hours of water district management training.

2012-00205
6/5/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that Appendix B to the Commission’s Order of May 29, 2012 is stricken and the Appendix to this Order is substituted for the stricken Appendix.

2012-00159
6/6/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Nolin rural Electric Cooperative Corporation

2012-00192
6/7/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Respondents’ motion for an extension of time and to take discovery from Frontier is granted. 2. The procedural schedule in Appendix A, which is attached hereto, shall be followed in this proceeding.

2012-00028
6/7/2012 PSC_ORDER

COMMISSION STAFF’S SECOND REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO BIG SANDY RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE CORPORATION

2012-00030
6/7/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1 I This proceeding is established to review the reasonableness of Big Sandy District’s proposed rates. 2. No later than July 16, 2012, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report containing its findings and recommendations regarding Big Sandy District’s requested rate adjustment. 3. The parties shall file with the Commission their written comments on and any objections to the findings and recommendations contained in the Commission Staff Report no later than July 30, 2012, or 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report, whichever occurs earlier. Any party may file with such submission any additional evidence for the Commission’s consideration.4. A party’s failure to file written objections to a finding or recommendation contained in the Commission Staff Report by July 30, 2012, or 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report, whichever occurs earlier, shall be deemed as agreement with that finding or recommendation. 5. No later than July 30, 2012, or 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report, whichever occurs earlier, each party shall notify the Commission in writing whether this matter may be submitted for decision based upon the existing record without hearing. 6. Unless all parties request that this matter be submitted for decision upon the existing record, an informal conference shall be held in this matter on August 14, 2012 a

2012-00152
6/7/2012 DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF’S SECOND REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO MEADE COUNTY RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE CORPORATION

2012-00153
6/7/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed in this proceeding. (2) All requests for information and responses shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed and the original and ten copies shall be filed with the Commission, with copies to all parties of record. (3) Any party filing testimony shall file an original and ten copies with the Commission, with copies to all parties of record. (4) At any public hearing in this matter, neither opening statements nor summarization of direct testimony shall be permitted. (5) Any objections or motions relating to discovery or procedural dates shall be filed upon four business days' notice or the filing party shall explain, in writing, why such notice was not possible. (6) Motions for extensions of time with respect to the schedule herein shall be made in writing and will be granted only upon a showing of good cause. (7) Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter.

2012-00169
6/7/2012 20120607_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Amendment to Data Request

2012-00072
6/8/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) Complainant's Motion to Dismiss is granted. (2) The June 5, 2012 hearing scheduled in this matter is cancelled. (3) This case is dismissed with prejudice and removed from the Commission's docket.

2011-00413
6/8/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Delta Natural Gas Company, Inc.

2012-00136
6/8/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Salt River Electric Cooperative Corporation

2012-00141
6/8/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Kenergy Corp.

2012-00143
6/8/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to East Kentucky Power Cooperative, Inc.

2012-00149
6/8/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) LG&E's request to suspend the procedural Order is granted. (2) LG&E's request for an informal conference is granted. (3) An informal conference shall be held on June 12, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. EDT, in Conference Room 1 for the purpose of discussing this proceeding's scope and procedural schedule and any other issues that would aid in the disposition of this proceeding.

2012-00168
6/8/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The petition of KIUC to intervene is granted. (2) KIUC shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and shall be served with the Commission's Orders and with filed testimony, exhibits, pleadings, correspondence, and all other documents submitted by parties after the date of this Order. (3) Should KIUC file documents of any kind with the Commission in the course of these proceedings, KIUC shall also serve a copy of said documents on all other parties of record. (4) All motions to intervene and any responses to KIUC's Response shall be filed no later than June 15, 2012.

2012-00226
6/11/2012 20120611_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00087
6/11/2012 20120611_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00096
6/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that this case is closed and removed from the Commission’s docket.

2011-00371
6/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that this case shall be held in abeyance pending a final decision in Case No. 2012-00035.

2012-00036
6/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Whitley District's request for deviation from 807 KAR 5066, Section 10(2)(a) is granted. 2. Whitley District is permitted to extend the existing 2-inch main that runs along Pleasant Ridge Road in Whitley County, Kentucky an additional 440 linear feet to serve an additional customer. 3. Whitley District shall continue to use 2-inch main that runs along Pleasant Ridge Road in Whitley County, Kentucky only as long as the water main complies with all other sections of 807 KAR 5:066. 4. Whitley District shall monitor the adequacy of the proposed water main and shall take necessary actions to maintain the level of service within the standards set forth in 807 KAR 51066.

2012-00045
6/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The record of Case No. 2009-00488 is incorporated by reference into the record of this proceeding. (2) The Commission's Order of February 1, 2010 is amended to authorize Grant District to borrow an aggregate amount not exceeding $433,178 from KIA maturing over a 20-year period with an interest rate of three percent per annum for the purpose of funding the "Phase I Water Extension Project". (3) the proceeds from the KIA loan shall be used only for the lawful purposes specified in Grand District's application. (4) Within 30 days of executing the proposed loan agreement with KIA, Grant District shall file with the Commission a copy of that agreement. (5) When the principal forgiveness of 52.1 percent or $225,686 is granted, Grant District shall debit the appropriate Long Term-Debt Account for the amount of the forgiveness and shall make a corresponding credit entry of Account 271-Contributions in Aid of Construction. (6) Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph 4 of this Order shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2012-00109
6/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Liberty's motion to withdraw its notice to adjust its rate for wholesale water service rate to East Casey District is granted. (2) Liberty shall continue to assess and collect a rate of $2.38 per 1,000 gallons until the Commission authorizes a different rate or Liberty has complied with the procedures set forth in KRS 278.180 to adjust its current rates. (3) This case is closed and shall be removed from the Commission’s docket.

2012-00139
6/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Farmdale District is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the proposed construction project. 2. Farmdale District’s proposed plan of financing is accepted. 3. Farmdale District is authorized to issue $1,668,000 of its Series A Waterworks Revenue Bonds at an interest rate not exceeding 4.25 percent per annum, and $190,000 of its Series B Waterworks Revenue Bonds at an interest rate not exceeding 3.375 percent per annum, both maturing over 40 years 4. The proceeds from the proposed bond issuance shall be used only for the purposes specified in Farmdale District’s application. 5. Notwithstanding ordering paragraph 4, if surplus funds remain after the approved construction has been completed, Farmdale District may use such surplus to construct additional plant facilities if RD approves of the use and the additional construction will not result in a change in Farmdale District’s rates for service. Farmdale District shall provide written notice of this additional construction in accordance with 807 KAR 51069, Section 3. 6. Farmdale District shall file a copy of the “as-built” drawings and a certified statement from the engineer that the construction has been satisfactorily completed in accordance with the contract plans and specifications within 60 days of substantial completion of the construction certified herein. 7. Farmdale District shall require the construction to be inspected under the general supervision of a professional enginee

2012-00178
6/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Koppel Associates, within 20 days of the date of this Order, retain counsel and file an amended complaint with the Commission reflecting such retention and representation of counsel. Failure to file an amended complaint will result in the Commission’s dismissal of Koppel Associates’ complaint.

2012-00179
6/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the proposed agreement is effective as of the date of this Order.

2012-00191
6/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The proposed amendment is effective as of July 1, 2012

2012-00195
6/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the proposed amendment is ‘effective as of the date of this Order.

2012-00201
6/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: LG&E is hereby ordered to satisfy the matters complained of or file a written answer to the complaint within ten day of the date of service of this Order.

2012-00218
6/12/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Grayson RECC 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.

2012-00224
6/12/2012 20120612_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00013
6/12/2012 20120612_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00228
6/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order entered; nunc pro tunc, that: 1. Footnote 8 of the May 4, 2012 Order is amended to read as follows: It is undisputed that Ms. Bowers receives nonbasic services. Windstream admits that the service she receives, “Feature Pack A,” was included in pre-July 12? 2006 tariffs on file with the Commission. (Weeks Direct testimony pp.8-9.) 2. The second paragraph on page 17 of the May 4, 2012 Order is amended to read as follows: For the first issue, we agree with the FCC in Irwin Wallace that a surcharge to recover a tax must be filed in a tariff before a utility can recover the charge. However, we add the caveat that this requirement applies only to basic services and nonbasic services that are in tariffs filed with the Commission prior to July 12, 2006. If a utility files a subsequent tariff for nonbasic services, or does not maintain tariffs for nonbasic services with the PSC then the surcharge need not be tariffed.

2010-00447
6/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The joint petition of LGE and KU to intervene is granted. (2) LGE and KU shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and shall be served with the Commission's Orders and with filed testimony, exhibits, pleadings, correspondence, and all other documents submitted by parties after the date of this Order. (3) Should LGE and KU file documents of any kind with the Commission in the course of these proceedings, LGE and KU shall also serve a copy of said documents on all other parties of record.

2012-00169
6/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order entered: The rates in the Appendix, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved for service rendered on and after July 1 , 2012. 2. Within 20 days from the date of this Order, Valley Gas shall file its revised tariff sheets with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00197
6/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates proposed by Western Lewis are denied. (2) The rates in the Appendix are approved for service rendered on and after July 1, 2012. (3) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Western Lewis shall file its revised tariff sheets.

2012-00202
6/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) North Shelby's proposed rates are approved. (2) The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.10 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. (3) The rates in Appendix B are approved for services that North Shelby renders on or after July 1, 2012. (4) North Shelby's proposed tariff sheet filed with the application is approved.

2012-00206
6/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The procedural schedule set forth in Appendix A, attached hereto and incorporated herein, shall be followed in this proceeding.

2012-00207
6/13/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The procedural schedule set forth in Appendix A, attached hereto and incorporated herein, shall be followed in this proceeding.

2012-00208
6/13/2012 20120613_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2011-00303
6/13/2012 20120613_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00133
6/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: I. Woodland Acres motion for a continuance is granted. Woodland Acres shall appear in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission’s offices, on June 28, 2012 at 10:00 a.m., for the purposes of showing cause why it should not be subjected to the penalties of KRS 278.990 for its failure to comply with the Commission’s February 29, 201 2 Order. 2. a. Written testimony shall be filed in response to the information requested in the Appendix to this Order and is due no later than June 21 , 2012. b. Each response shall be answered under oath. c. A party shall make timely amendment to any prior response. d. Any request a party refuses to furnish the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation. 3. If for any reason Woodland Acres fails to appear at the Hearing scheduled for June 28, 2012, then this case shall be submitted for a decision on the record based on the written testimony provided in response to the information requested in the Appendix to this Order. 4. If written testimony provided in response to the information requested in the Appendix to this Order is not filed by June 21, 2012, and Woodland Acres does not appear at the June 28, 2012 Hearing, then a subpoena shall be issued for Mr. Joe Murphy through Franklin Circuit Court. Failure of Mr. Murphy to answer the subpoena shall result in the Commission requesting a bench warrant for Mr. Murphy’s arrest through Franklin Circuit Court.

2011-00349
6/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. All parties have 10 days from the date of this Order to file with the Commission written comments, on the findings and recommendations contained in the Staff Report and to request an informal conference with Staff or a formal hearing. 2. A party’s failure to file with the Commission written objections shall be deemed as agreement and a waiver of any right to object to that finding or recommendation. 3. No later than 10 days from the date of this Order, each party shall notify the Commission in writing whether this matter may be submitted for decision based upon the existing record without hearing. 4. A party requesting a hearing in this matter shall specifically identify in its written request for a hearing all objections to the findings and recommendations. 5. Unless all parties request that this matter be submitted for decision upon the existing record, an informal conference shall be held on June 28, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. 6. Unless all parties request that this matter be submitted for decision upon the existing record, a formal hearing in this matter shall be held on July 12, 2012, at 9:00 a.m. 7. Bluegrass shall publish notice of the hearing in accordance with 807 KAR 5076, Section 11. 8. If the Commission does not receive any written comments, request for an informal conference, or a formal hearing within the 10 days of the date of this Order, this case shall stand submitted to the Commission for decision based on the existing record.

2011-00364
6/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Jessamine District’s proposed revision to its regulations to permit the discontinuance of water service to a customer who fails to pay his or her bill to Jessamine-South Elkhorn District for sewer service is denied. 2. Within 30 days of executing any change or amendment to the Interlocal Cooperative Agreement or executing any new agreement with Jessamine-South Elkhorn District regarding the termination of water service, Jessamine District shall provide the Commission, for informational purposes, a copy of such change, amendment or new agreement. 3. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph 2 of this Order shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility’s genera I correspondence file.

2012-00011
6/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: . Citizens National Bank is granted a deviation from 807 KAR 5:076, Section 2(2), and is permitted to the procedures set forth in 807 KAR 5:076 to apply for initial rates for service. 2. Citizens National Bank is authorized to assess a monthly rate of $50.50 for sewer service rendered on and after the date of this Order. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Citizens National Bank shall file a revised tariff sheet with the Commission setting forth the rates approved in this Order

2012-00040
6/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: This case is closed and shall be removed from the Commission's docket.

2012-00093
6/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The rates proposed by Millennium are denied. The rates in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered on and after July 1, 2012. 3. Within 20 days from the date of this Order, Millennium shall file its revised tariff sheet with this Commission setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2012-00190
6/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Farmers is authorized to borrow up to $2,671,000, but no more than the total RUS payoff, from CFC. The loan maturity dates and interest rates shall be in accordance with the CFC refinancing program as described in Farmers’ application. 2. Farmers shall execute the CFC loan documents as authorized herein. 3. Farmers shall comply with all matters set out in Findings 3 through 6 as if they were individually so ordered. 4. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to findings paragraphs 3 and 4 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file.

2012-00194
6/14/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: . Grayson District is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the proposed waterworks improvement project as set forth in its application. 2. Grayson District’s proposed plan of financing with RD is accepted. -2- Case No. 201 2-001 98 3. Grayson District is authorized to issue $525,000 of Grayson County Water District System Revenue Bonds, Series 2013A, with an interest rate not to exceed 2.50 percent per annum and maturing over 40 years. 4. Grayson District is authorized to issue $900,000 of Grayson County Water District System Revenue Bonds, Series 2013B, with an interest rate not to exceed 2.00 percent per annum and maturing over 40 years. 5. Grayson District shall use the proceeds from the proposed issuance of revenue bonds only for the purposes set forth in its application. 6. Grayson District shall obtain approval from the Commission prior to performing any additional construction not expressly authorized by this Order. 7. Notwithstanding paragraph 6 of this Order, if surplus funds remain after the approved construction has been completed, Grayson District may use such surplus to construct additional plant facilities if RD approves of the use and the additional construction will not result in a change in Grayson District's rates for service. Grayson District shall provide written notice of this additional construction in accordance with 807 KAR 5069, Section 3. 8. Grayson District shall require construction to be inspected under

2012-00198
6/14/2012 20120614_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00133
6/15/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Information Request to East Kentucky Power Cooperative, Inc.

2012-00169
6/15/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2012-00192
6/15/2012 20120615_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Kentucky Utilities Company

2012-00221
6/15/2012 20120615_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2012-00222
6/18/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2012-00154
6/19/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Intervenors’ joint motion to compel is denied as moot. (2) Intervenors’ joint motion to stay the procedural schedule is denied. (3)The procedural schedule attached as an appendix to this Order shall be followed in this case. This schedule shall supersede the procedural schedule appended to the Commission’s April 30, 2012 Order. (4)The official record of this proceeding shall be by video only. (5) Big Rivers shall publish newspaper notice of the public hearing in accordance with the provisions of 807 KAR 5:011, Section 8(5). (6) Any request to cancel or postpone this hearing shall be made by motion filed with the Commission at least one week before the hearing is scheduled to commence.

2012-00063
6/19/2012 20120619_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00096
6/20/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

COMMISSION STAFF’S NOTICE OF INFORMAL CONFERENCE

2012-00177
6/20/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2012-00226
6/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Kristin Henry is admitted pro hac vice for the purpose of representing Intervenor Sierra Club in the above-styled proceeding, provided that Joe F. Childers or another member of the Kentucky Bar Association acts as co-counsel and is present at any and all proceedings before this Commission.

2012-00063
6/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that any party wishing to comment or request information or hearing shall do so no later than July 11 , 2012.

2012-00066
6/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The Petition of Sonia McElroy and Sierra Club to intervene is granted. 2. Sonia McElroy and Sierra Club shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and shall be served with the Commission’s Orders and with filed testimony: exhibits, pleadings, correspondence, and all other documents submitted by parties after the date of this Order. 3. Should Sonia McElroy and Sierra Club file documents of any kind with the Commission in the course of these proceedings, Sonia McElroy and Sierra Club shall also serve a copy of said documents on all other parties of record.

2012-00149
6/21/2012 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Cancellation of Informal Conference

2012-00177
6/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) the rates in the Appendix are approved for service rendered on and after July 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Martin shall file its revised tariff sheets.

2012-00213
6/21/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Kentucky Power’s proposed Rider RTP shall be investigated as part of this case. 2. Kentucky Power’s proposed Rider RTP is hereby suspended for five months from July 1 , 2012, up to and including November 30, 2012. 3. That portion of Kentucky Power‘s application requesting the Commission prohibit any customers from taking service under Tariff RTP after July 1, 2012 is taken under advisement and will be ruled on at a later date. 4. The procedural schedule set forth in Appendix A shall be followed. 5. a. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound. b. Each response shall be under oath. c. Any party shall make timely amendment to any prior response. d. For any request to which a party fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation of the specific grounds for its failure to completely and precisely respond. 6. Any party filing testimony shall file an original and ten copies. 7. At any public hearing in this matter, neither opening statements nor summarization of direct testimony shall be permitted 8. The Commission does not look favorably upon motions for continuance. Consequently, motions for extensions of time with respect to the schedule herein shall be made in writing and will be granted only upon a showing of good cause. 9. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter.

2012-00226
6/22/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to big Rivers Electric Corporation

2012-00063
6/22/2012 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Big Rivers Electric Corporation

2012-00142
6/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Nolin is authorized to borrow from CFC up to $50,000,000, but no more than the total amount needed to pay off the RUS and FFB notes proposed to be discharged as identified in the Application. The loan maturity dates and interest rates shall be in accordance with the CFC refinancing program as described in Nolin’s Application. 2. Nolin shall execute the CFC loan documents as authorized herein. 3. Nolin shall comply with all matters set out in Findings 3 through 6 as if they were individually so ordered. 4. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to Findings 3 and 4 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility’s general correspondence file.

2012-00192
6/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) The rates in the appendix are approved for service rendered on and after July 1, 2012. (2) Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Belfry shall file its revised tariff sheets.

2012-00215
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) LG&E's motion for an extension of time through and until July 2, 2012 to file its Answer and/or Satisfaction of the Complaint is granted. (2) LG&E shall file its Answer and/or Satisfaction of the Complaint of Steve N. Nichols no later than July 2, 1012.

2012-00218
6/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: I. The procedural schedule set forth in the appendix to this Order shall be followed in this proceeding. 2. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound. 3. Each response shall be answered under oath. 4. Any party shall make timely amendment to any prior response. 5. For any request to which a party fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested information, that party shall provide a written explanation. 6. Any party requesting intervention status in this proceeding shall accept the procedural schedule set forth in the appendix to this Order. 7. Any party filing testimony shall file an original and seven copies. 8. EKPC shall give notice of any public hearing in accordance with the provisions set forth in 807 KAR 5:Oll , Section 8(5). At the time publication is requested EKPC shall forward a duplicate of the notice and request to the Commission. 9. At any public hearing in this matter, neither opening statements nor summarization of direct testimony shall be permitted. 10. . Any objections or motions relating to discovery or procedural dates shall be filed upon four business days’ notice or the filing party shall explain, in writing, why such notice was not possible. 11. Motions for extensions of time with respect to the schedule herein shall be made in writing and will be granted only upon a showing of good cause. 12. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter.

2012-00249
6/22/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Atmos is granted a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity that authorizes it to bid on a franchise for natural gas services offered by the city of Hardinsburg , Kentucky . (2) Atmos, if it becomes the successful bidder, shall file two copies of the franchise agreement with the Commission’s tariff branch. (3) This Order shall not be construed as granting a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct utility facilities for the city of Hardinsburg, Kentucky

2012-00256
6/22/2012 20120622_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00221
6/22/2012 20120622_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2012-00222
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the procedural schedule is suspended and that these proceedings shall be held in abeyance pending further order of the Commission.

2011-00297
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: (1) The Complaint against Taylor County which gave rise to this proceeding has been rendered moot. (2) This proceeding is dismissed and shall be removed from the Commission's docket.

2011-00314
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Stand's motion to intervene is denied.

2012-00136
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order entered: SI Wireless is designated as an ETC for the exchanges of the Rural and Non-rural Telephone Companies identified in the Appendix to this Order. 2. During the current certification period, SI Wireless shall be eligible to receive High-Cost and Low-Income Federal Universal Service Funds and State Universal Service Fund support for Lifeline. 3. SI Wireless shall offer low-income universal support services to consumers in its service area. 4. SI Wireless shall offer these services using its own facilities or a combination of its own facilities and resale of another carrier’s services, including the services offered by another ETC. 5. Pursuant to 47 C.F.R. 5 54.201(i), SI Wireless shall be precluded from offering universal service support exclusively through the resale of another carrier’s services. 6. SI Wireless shall advertise the availability of and charges for these services using media of general distribution. 7. SI Wireless must file its compliance information as stated herein and its annual certification with the Commission by September 1 in accordance with the requirements of Administrative Case No. 381 .I7 8. SI Wireless must comply with the FCC’s annual certification process for Lifeline customers in accordance with the requirements of 47 C.F.R. 5 54.41 0(f).I8 9. A copy of this Order shall be served upon the FCC and the Universal Service Administrative Company

2012-00145
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Owen's Smart Home Pilot and its Smart Home TOD tariff are approved effective as of the date of this Order. 2. Within 10 days of the date of this Order, Owen shall file a revised Smart Home TOD tariff showing the date of this Order as its effective date and stating that it was issued by authority of this Order. 3. Owen shall include, commencing with its 2012 annual report, an annual summary of its Smart Home Pilot which includes: 1) the number of Smart Home Pilot participants for each of the three pilot groups at the end of the year; 2) the energy and demand savings attributed to each group; and 3) the total costs, revenues, and margins attributed to each pilot group; and 4) the amount of additional revenue that would have been generated by the Schedule 1 - Farm and Home tariff if the Smart Home Pilot did not exist.

2012-00154
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The proposed amended interconnection agreement is approved effective as of the date of this Order.

2012-00196
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the proposed amended interconnection agreement is approved effective as of the date of this Order.

2012-00200
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: North Nelson's proposed rates are approved. 2. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.10 per 1,000 gallons as calculated in Appendix A is approved. 3. The rates in Appendix B are approved for service rendered on or after July 1,2012" 4. The tariff sheet filed by North Nelson is approved as filed.

2012-00209
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: that the proposed amended interconnection agreement is approved effective as of the date of this Order.

2012-00210
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Windstream’s Petition regarding NANPA’s denial of its application for assignment of additional numbering resources is granted. 2. The decision of NANPA to deny Windstream’s request for assignment of an NXX in the Caneyville rate center is hereby overturned 3. NANPA shall assign Windstream an available NXX in the Caneyville rate center (270-NXX). 4. The numbering resources considered in this Order are to be assigned for the sole use of serving Windstream’s need for an LRN for deployment of a new Metaswitch in the Caneyville rate center. Windstream shall retain only a single thousands-block of numbers from the new NXX. The remaining nine thousands-blocks, not utilized by Windstream for LRN purposes, shall be returned to the pool of available numbers. If the numbering resources requested by Windstream are not needed to meet its service requirements, the associated numbering resources approved in this Order shall be returned to the NANPA.

2012-00211
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Clark Energy shall submit to the Commission, within 20 days of the date of this Order, a written response to the allegations contained in this Order. 2. Clark Energy shall appear on August 8, 2012 at 1O:OO a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission’s offices at 21 1 Sower Boulevard in Frankfort, Kentucky, for the purpose of presenting evidence concerning the alleged violations of KRS 278.020 and to show cause why it should not be subject to the penalties prescribed in KRS 278.990(1) for this alleged violation. 3. At the scheduled hearing in this matter, Clark Energy shall be prepared to present evidence on the adequacy and reasonableness of its practices related to ensuring that CPCN filings are timely and properly made and whether such practices require revision. The August 8, 2012 hearing shall be recorded by videotape only. Any request for an informal conference with Commission Staff shall be set forth in writing and filed with the Commission within 20 days of the date of this Order. 6. The record of Case No. 2011-00303 shall be incorporated herein by reference.

2012-00219
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: (1) Jackson Purchase shall submit to the Commission, within 20 days of the date of this Order, a written response to the allegations contained in the Report. (2) Jackson Purchase shall appear on October 23, 2012 at 10:00 a.m., Eastern Time, in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission's offices at 211 Sower Boulevard in Frankfort, Kentucky for the purpose of presenting evidence concerning the alleged violations of KRS 278.042 and showing cause why it should not be subject to the penalties prescribed in KRS 278.990(1) for these alleged violations. (3) At the scheduled hearing in this matter, Jackson Purchase shall also present evidence on the adequacy, safety, and reasonableness of its practices related to the construction, installation and repair of electric facilities and whether such practices require revision as related to this incident. (4) The October 23, 2012 hearing shall be recorded by videotape only. (5) The Report in Appendix A is made a part of the record in this case. (6) Any requests for an informal conference with Commission Staff shall be set forth in writing and filed with the Commission within 20 days of the date of this Order.

2012-00240
6/25/2012 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Jessamine motion to deviate from 807 KAR 5:001 section 11(2) a is granted, application is considered filed as of the date of this Order. Nothing contained in this Order shall preclude the PSC from requiring the production of information regarding Jessamine Districts financial condition or operations since Dec 31, 11

2012-00242