Kentucky Public Service Commission


Order Vault 2018


Order Vault
Order DateDocument Case Number
1/2/2018 20180102_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00383
1/3/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Pursuant to KRS 278.990(1 ), Jackson Purchase is assessed a civil penalty in the total amount of $20,000 for seven violations of 807 KAR 5:041, Section 3(1 ), and one violation of 807 KAR 5:006, Section 26. 2. Jackson Purchase shall pay $20,000 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 the General Counsel, Kentucky Public Service Commission, 21 1 Sower Boulevard, Post Office Box 615, Frankfort, Kentucky 40602. 3. Jackson Purchase shall provide to the Commission results of its evaluation of whether to document pre-job briefings for outage response and maintenance activities within 30 days of the date of this Order.

2017-00202
1/3/2018 STAFF_REPORT

Notice of Filing of Staff Report

2017-00371
1/4/2018 20180104_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00005
1/4/2018 20180104_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00446
1/4/2018 20180104_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00441
1/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Big Rivers request for a declaration that, under the terms of the Power Sales Contract, as amended, it is not required to pay for any variable costs associated with Excess Henderson Energy that it declines to take is granted. 2. Big Rivers alternative request that, in the event that the Commission finds that Big Rivers is required to pay for the variable costs associated with Excess Henderson Energy, the Commission declare the provision not fair, just, and reasonable, is denied as moot.

2016-00278
1/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Murray's request to deviate from the water storage requirements of 807 KAR 5:066, Section 4(4), is granted and approved through January 31, 2021. 2. Murray shall inform the Commission in writing if changes occur in either system that would cause the City of Murray to have insufficient storage for Murray. 3. Beginning June 1, 2018, and every six months thereafter, Murray shall file with the Commission a written report of its efforts to obtain a written agreement regarding water storage and the progress of acquisition negotiations with the City of Murray. If these semi-annual reports are not timely filed, the Commission will initiate a show cause action against Murray's commissioners for failure to obey an Order of the Commission. 4. In the event that Murray has neither secured a written agreement with nor been acquired by the City of Murray by December 1, 2020, Murray shall file an application for a deviation from 807 KAR 5:066, Section 4(4), on or before January 3, 2021. 5. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2, 3, and 4 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file. 6. The Executive Director is delegated authority to grant reasonable extensions of time for the filing of any documents required by this Order upon Murray's showing of good cause for such extension.

2016-00400
1/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The findings contained in the Staff Report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. 2. The general service rates proposed by North Mclean are denied. 3. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for services rendered by North Mclean on and after the date of this Order. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, North Mclean shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, new tariff sheets setting forth the rates and charges approved herein and their effective date, and stating that the rates and charges were authorized by this Order.

2017-00253
1/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. EKPC's request to submit this case for a decision on the existing evidence of record without a hearing is granted. 2. The amounts billed by EKPC through its environmental surcharge for the period July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2017, are approved. 3. EKPC shall use a rate of return of 6.075 percent in all monthly environmental surcharge filings subsequent to the date of this Order. 4. EKPC's Member Cooperatives shall include the applicable monthly retail pass-through adjustments, shown in the Appendix to this Order, in the determination of each Member Cooperative's respective pass-through mechanism in each of the first six months following the date of this order, as discussed herein.

2017-00326
1/5/2018 DATA_REQUEST

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

2017-00376
1/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Nolin is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Hodgenville, Kentucky, for electric transmission and distribution service. 2. If Nolin is not the successful bidder, Nolin shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a written notice stating that Nolin was not the successful bidder. 3. If Nolin is the successful bidder, Nolin shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a copy of the executed franchise agreement and a statement disclosing the amount of the initial franchise fee. 4. If Nolin is the successful bidder, Nolin shall, within ten days of an increase or decrease in the amount of the initial franchise fee set forth in the franchise agreement, file with the Commission documentation setting forth the revised fee. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2, 3, or 4 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be electronically submitted via the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System. 6. This Order shall not be construed as granting a CPCN to construct utility facilities in said city.

2017-00480
1/5/2018 20180105_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00321
1/5/2018 20180105_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00481
1/5/2018 20180105_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2017-00481
1/5/2018 20180105_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00477
1/5/2018 20180105_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2017-00477
1/8/2018 DATA_REQUEST

COMMISSION STAFF'S THIRD REQUEST FOR INFORMATION TO BIG SANDY RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE CORPORATION

2017-00374
1/9/2018 20180109_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered nunc pro tunc, that the Commission's December 22, 2017 Order is altered as specified herein.

2017-00263
1/9/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of an antenna tower not to exceed 270 feet in height, with attached antennas, and to be located at 5545 Caneyville Road, Morgantown, Butler County, Kentucky. 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2017-00369
1/9/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Ms. Rule's Complaint is dismissed without prejudice in regard to the allegations that she was overcharged for electric service between January 2016 and the current date, and for gas service between January 2016 and March 20, 2017, and between May 20, 2017 and the current date. 2. Ms. Rule's Complaint established a prima facie case regarding alleged overcharges for gas service between March 21 , 2017, and May 19, 2017. 3. Pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001, Section 20, Duke Kentucky shall satisfy the matters complained of regarding alleged overcharges for gas service between March 21, 2017, and May 19, 2017, or file a written answer to the complaint within ten days from the date of service of this Order. 4. Should documents of any kind be filed with the Commission in the course of this proceeding, the documents also shall be served on all parties of record. A party filing a paper containing personal information shall, in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(10), encrypt or redact the paper so that personal information cannot be read.

2017-00403
1/9/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.33 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Dexter-Almo on and after January 1, 2018. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Dexter-Almo shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2017-00465
1/9/2018 20180109_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Kentucky Power 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.

2017-00472
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Within ten days of the date of service of this Order, Center Ridge shall pay to Peggy S. Rose the amount of $36.80. 2. On or before January 31, 2018, Center Ridge will provide written proof to the Commission that it has made the required refund to Peggy S. Rose. 3. If Center Ridge does not provide the relief as prescribed in ordering paragraph number 1, the Commission shall initiate an investigation in which Center Ridge will be required to show cause as to why it should not be subject to the penalties enumerated in KRS 278.990 for violation of a Commission Order. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission docket.

2017-00164
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits billed by East Kentucky through its FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00283
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Big Sandy through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00288
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Blue Grass through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00289
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Clark Energy through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00290
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Cumberland Valley through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00291
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Farmers through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00292
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Fleming-Mason through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00293
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Grayson through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00294
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Inter-County through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00295
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Jackson Energy through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00296
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Licking Valley through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00297
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Nolin through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00298
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Owen through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00299
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Salt River through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00300
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Shelby Energy through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00301
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by South Kentucky through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00302
1/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Taylor County through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00303
1/10/2018 20180110_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00162
1/10/2018 20180110_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2016-00162
1/10/2018 20180110_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00282
1/10/2018 20180110_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00284
1/10/2018 20180110_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00285
1/10/2018 20180110_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00286
1/10/2018 20180110_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00343
1/11/2018 20180111_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. Martin District's motion is granted. 2. The information requested in the Commission's December 21 , 2017 Order, including Martin County Concerned Citizens' remaining requests for information, is due no later than February 13, 2018. 3. No

2016-00142
1/11/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered nunc pro tunc, that: 1. The third sentence on page 8 of the January 3, 2018 Order is amended to read as follows: He acknowledged that there was no documentation of the job briefing, but stated that the NESC does not require a record of the briefing. 2. All other provisions of the Commission's Order entered on January 3, 2018, shall remain in full force and effect.

2017-00202
1/11/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. OWS's request to deviate is granted in part and denied in part. 2. OWS's request to deviate from 807 KAR 5:006, Sections 10(1), 14(1), 14(1)(b)(2), 14(1)(c)(1), 14(3)(b), 23, and 24; and 807 KAR 5:011, Sections 2(4), 8(4)(e), and 12, is granted for a period of three years from the date of entry of this Order. 3. OWS's request to deviate from 807 KAR 5:006, Section 3(a) and 807 KAR 5:011, Section 3(2)(a) is denied. 4. OWS shall file documents in compliance with 807 KAR 5:006, Section 3(a) and 807 KAR 5:011, Section 3(2)(a) within 30 days of the date of entry of this Order 5. No less than three months prior to the expiration of the deviation granted through this Order, OWS shall file a written notice indicating whether it will submit a request for a successive deviation. If OWS, through the written notice, indicates that it does not plan to request a successive deviation, OWS shall state how it will comply with from 807 KAR 5:006, Sections 3(a),10(1), 14(1), 14(1)(b)(2), 14(1)(c)(1 ), 14(3)(b), 23, and 24; and 807 KAR 5:011, Sections 2(4), 8(4)(e) , and 12. 6. If at any point while the deviation granted through this Order is in effect OCWD loses authorization to negotiate settlements, implement partial settlements, or resolve disputes, OWS shall provide written notice to the Commission's Executive Director within seven days of the designated representative's loss of an authorization described above.

2017-00393
1/11/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Estill District; and commissioners Greg Wright, chairman; William Beard, treasurer; and Jerry Arnold, secretary; individually and in their respective capacities as commissioners of Estill District, shall submit to the Commission individual written responses to the allegations contained herein within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order. 2. Estill District; and commissioners Greg Wright, chairman; William Beard, treasurer; and Jerry Arnold, secretary; individually and in their respective capacities as commissioners of Estill District, shall appear on February 27, 2018, at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission's offices at 211 Sower Boulevard in Frankfort, Kentucky, to show cause, if any, why they should not be subject to penalties pursuant to KRS 278.990 for failure to comply with the requirements of KRS 278.300. 3. Estill District shall file with the Commission, no later than February 20, 2018, seven days prior to the hearing, a list of witnesses and exhibits to be presented at the February 27, 2018 hearing. Estill District shall provide six copies of any exhibit it intends to introduce into evidence at the hearing. 4. Estill District shall give notice of the hearing in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 9(2)(b). In addition, the notice of hearing shall include the following statement: ''This hearing will be streamed live and may be viewed on the PSC website, psc.ky.gov.

2017-00467
1/11/2018 20180111_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00468
1/11/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Jonathan Creek; and commissioners: Jimmy Tubbs, chairman; Barry Hill, vice chairman; Josh Medley, treasurer; Mark Holt, board member; and Kara Wilson, board member; individually and in their respective capacities as commissioners of Jonathan Creek, shall submit to the Commission individual written responses to the allegations contained herein within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order. 2. Jonathan Creek; and commissioners Jimmy Tubbs, chairman; Barry Hill, vice chairman; Josh Medley, treasurer; Mark Holt, board member; and Kara Wilson, board member; individually and in their respective capacities as commissioners of Jonathan Creek, shall appear at a hearing scheduled for February 27, 2018, at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission's offices at 211 Sower Boulevard in Frankfort, Kentucky, to show cause why they should not be subject to penalties prescribed in KRS 278.990 for the alleged violation of KRS 278.300. 3. Jonathan Creek shall file with the Commission, no later than February 20, 2018, seven days prior to the hearing, a list of witnesses and exhibits to be presented at the February 27, 2018 hearing. Jonathan Creek shall provide six copies of any exhibit it intends to introduce into evidence at the hearing. 4. Jonathan Creek shall give notice of the hearing in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 9(2)(b).

2017-00469
1/11/2018 20180111_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00328
1/12/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Delta and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after January 24, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Delta shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2017-00474
1/12/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.32 per 1 ,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by South 641 on and after January 1, 2018. 3. Within 20 days of the date of the entry of this Order, South 641 shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2017-00475
1/12/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Navitas and set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered by Navitas on and after February 1, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Navitas shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rate approved herein and reflecting that it was approved pursuant to this Order.

2017-00479
1/12/2018 20180112_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00070
1/12/2018 20180112_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00463
1/12/2018 20180112_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00457
1/12/2018 20180112_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00477
1/12/2018 20180112_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00005
1/16/2018 20180116_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00321
1/16/2018 20180116_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2017-00321
1/16/2018 20180116_DATA_REQUEST02.pdf

Data Request

2017-00321
1/17/2018 20180117_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00321
1/18/2018 20180118_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00343
1/18/2018 20180118_PSC_IC_NOTICE.pdf

Notice of Informal Conference

2017-00477
1/18/2018 20180118_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00097
1/18/2018 20180118_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00179
1/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered nunc pro tunc: 1. Farmers RECC shall refund a total amount of $18,185 to its customers through its monthly pass-through mechanism by decreasing its environmental surcharge revenue requirement by $3,031 in each of the first 6 months following the Commission's order issued January 5, 2018. 2. All other provisions of the Commission's January 5, 2018 Order not in conflict with this Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2017-00326
1/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The Complaint filed with this Commission on November 3, 2017 is dismissed without prejudice and shall be removed from the Commission's docket.

2017-00431
1/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. West Laurel is granted a CPCN for the proposed project as submitted. 2. West Laurel's proposed plan of financing is approved. 3. West Laurel is authorized to enter into a loan not to exceed $1,260,000 with AD, maturing over a 40-year period, at an interest rate equal to the lower of the rate in effect at the time of loan approval, or the interest rate in effect at the time of closing, but not to exceed 2.75 percent per annum. 4. The proceeds from the loan shall be used only for the purposes specified in West Laurel's application. 5. West Laurel shall obtain approval from the Commission prior to performing any additional construction not expressly authorized by this Order. 6. Notwithstanding ordering paragraphs 4 and 5, if surplus funds remain after the approved construction has been completed, West Laurel 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 West Laurel's rates for service. West Laurel shall provide written notice of this additional construction in accordance with 807 KAR 5:069, Section 4. 7. West Laurel shall file with the Commission documentation of the total costs of this project, including the cost of construction and all other capitalized costs, (e.g., engineering, legal, and administrative) within 60 days of the date that construction is substantially completed.

2017-00473
1/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1 . The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after February 1, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Atmos shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2017-00478
1/19/2018 20180119_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00003
1/19/2018 20180119_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00383
1/19/2018 20180119_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00328
1/22/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. GQWD's motion for extension of time is granted and its Answer to Commission Staff's First Request for Information is accepted for filing as of September 29, 2017. 2. GQWD's Application requesting an alternative inspection schedule for its grinder/pump stations pursuant to 807 KAR 5:071, Section 7(4) is approved. 3. Simplex grinder/pump stations shall be inspected annually.

2017-00201
1/22/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Mr. Spainhoward's Complaint is dismissed. 2. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2017-00273
1/22/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The motion for deviation from 807 KAR 5:001 Section 12(1)(b) is granted. 2. Frontier shall file the requested information within 10 days of the date of entry of this Order. 3. The filing is rejected.

2018-00010
1/22/2018 20180122_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. Martin County, including its Chair and Treasurer of its Board of Commissioners, and accountant, shall appear at a formal hearing scheduled for January 26, 2018 at 9:30 a.m., Eastern Standard Time, in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission's off

2018-00017
1/22/2018 20180122_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00458
1/22/2018 20180122_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00459
1/22/2018 20180122_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00179
1/23/2018 20180123_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00441
1/23/2018 20180123_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2017-00441
1/23/2018 20180123_PSC_ORDER02.pdf 2017-00441
1/23/2018 20180123_PSC_IC_NOTICE.pdf

Notice of Informal Conference

2017-00446
1/23/2018 20180123_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00029
1/23/2018 20180123_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00441
1/24/2018 20180124_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00266
1/24/2018 20180124_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00267
1/25/2018 20180125_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

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

2017-00453
1/25/2018 20180125_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00179
1/25/2018 20180125_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00477
1/25/2018 20180125_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00034
1/25/2018 20180125_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00035
1/25/2018 20180125_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00036
1/26/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The AG's motion to intervene is granted. 2. The AG 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. The AG shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulations, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 8, related to the service and electronic filing of documents. 4. The AG shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's December 14, 2017 Order and as amended by any subsequent Orders. 5. Pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001, Section 8(9), within seven days of entry of this Order, the AG shall file a written statement with the Commission that: a. Certifies that it, or its agent, possesses the facilities to receive electronic transmissions; and b. Set forth the electronic mail address to which all electronic notices and messages related to this proceeding should be served.

2017-00376
1/26/2018 20180126_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00005
1/29/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Bright's Propane are denied. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered on and after February 1, 2018. 3. A limited deviation from the AGC formula contained in Bright's Propane's tariff is granted for this case. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Bright's Propane shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rate approved herein and reflecting that it was approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00006
1/29/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. This proceeding is initiated to determine whether a vacancy existed on the North Marshall Water District's Board of Commissioners for more than 90 days in 2017. 2. Marshall County Water District is made a party to this proceeding. 3. Any party filing documents with the Commission shall serve a copy of those documents upon all other parties. 4. a. The information requested in Appendix B to this Order is due within 14 days of entry 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 the original and five 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 the 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.

2018-00011
1/29/2018 20180129_PSC_IC_NOTICE.pdf

Notice of Informal Conference

2017-00316
1/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1 . The findings contained in the Staff Report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. 2. The rates originally proposed by West McCracken are denied. 3. West McCracken's request for three annual rate increases, based on Staff's finding that West McCracken could justify a $175,272 increase in revenues from water sales for an overall revenue of $802,775, is granted. 4. The Phase 1 rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for services rendered by West McCracken on and after the date of this Order. 5. The Phase 2 rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered by West McCracken effective the day after the first anniversary of the date of this Order. 6. The Phase 3 rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered by West McCracken effective the day after the second anniversary of the date of this Order. 7. One week prior to the effective date of the Phase 2 and Phase 3 rates, West McCracken shall publish notice following the requirements of 807 KAR 5:076, Section 5. The customer notice shall be in the format as set forth in the Appendix attached to the December 8, 2017 Order, and shall contain only the rate comparison being implemented for that rate phase. 8. Within 45 days of publishing the notice required in ordering paragraph number 7, West McCracken shall file proof of notice as required pursuant to 807 KAR 5:076, Section 5(3).

2017-00319
1/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Within 14 days from the date of entry of this Order, Symsonia shall publish a one-time notice following the requirements of 807 KAR 5:076, Section 5. The customer notice shall be formatted as set forth in the Appendix to this Order. 2. Symsonia shall provide proof of publication of the notice to the Commission no later than February 22, 2018. 3. Any motion to intervene based on Symsonia's acceptance of the revenue requirement proposed in the Staff Report shall be filed no later than February 22, 2018.

2017-00371
1/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A hearing in this matter shall be held on March 27, 2018, at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, at the offices of the Public Service Commission at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky. 2. Big Sandy Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation ("Big Sandy") shall give notice of the hearing in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 9(2)(b). In addition, the notice of hearing shall include the following statement: "This hearing will be streamed live and may be viewed on the PSC website, psc.ky.gov." At the time the notice is mailed or publication is requested, Big Sandy shall forward a duplicate of the notice and request to the Commission. 3. Pursuant to KRS 278.360 and 807 KAR 5:001, Section 9(9), a digital video transcript shall be made of the hearing. 4. Big Sandy's motion to schedule a public hearing, filed on January 22, 2018, is denied as moot.

2017-00374
1/30/2018 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2017-00403
1/30/2018 PSC_IC_NOTICE01

Commission Staff's Corrected Notice of Informal Conference

2017-00403
1/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of an antenna tower not to exceed 270 feet in height, with attached antennas, and to be located at Long Mill Road, Pembroke, KY 42266. 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00001
1/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Frontier are denied. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings by Frontier on and after February 1, 2018. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Frontier shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00013
1/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1 . KU is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Dixon, Kentucky, for electric transmission and distribution service. 2. If KU is not the successful bidder, KU shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a written notice stating that KU was not the successful bidder. 3. If KU is the successful bidder, KU shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a copy of the executed franchise agreement and a statement disclosing the amount of the initial franchise fee. 4. If KU is the successful bidder, KU shall, within ten days of an increase or decrease in the amount of the initial franchise fee set forth in the franchise agreement, file with the Commission documentation setting forth the revised fee. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2, 3, or 4 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be electronically submitted via the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System. 6. This Order shall not be construed as granting a CPCN to construct utility facilities in said city.

2018-00026
1/30/2018 20180130_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00044
1/30/2018 20180130_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00005
1/30/2018 20180130_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00481
1/30/2018 20180130_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00039
1/30/2018 20180130_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00040
1/30/2018 20180130_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00041
1/30/2018 20180130_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00042
1/30/2018 20180130_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00043
1/31/2018 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2017-00143
1/31/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Within ten days of the date of service of this Order, Mr. Kemper shall file a more detailed and definitive pleading citing to any statutes, regulations, or tariff provisions he believes are being violated, and any specific relief he is requesting. 2. A party filing a paper containing personal information shall, in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(10), encrypt or redact the paper so that personal information cannot be read. 3. Documents of any kind filed with the Commission in the course of this proceeding shall also be served on all parties of record.

2017-00450
1/31/2018 20180131_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Commission Staff's Post Hearing Request for Information to Martin County Water District

2018-00017
1/31/2018 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00027
1/31/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. KU is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Millersburg, Kentucky, for electric transmission and distribution service. 2. If KU is not the successful bidder, KU shall , within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a written notice stating that KU was not the successful bidder. 3. If KU is the successful bidder, KU shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a copy of the executed franchise agreement and a statement disclosing the amount of the initial franchise fee. 4. If KU is the successful bidder, KU shall, within ten days of an increase or decrease in the amount of the initial franchise fee set forth in the franchise agreement, file with the Commission documentation setting forth the revised fee. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2, 3, or 4 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be electronically submitted via the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System. 6. This Order shall not be construed as granting a CPCN to construct utility facilities in said city.

2018-00037
1/31/2018 20180131_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00349
1/31/2018 20180131_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2017-00349
1/31/2018 20180131_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00307
2/1/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Fern Lake has satisfied the Commission's May 4, 2017 Order; 2. This case is dismissed with prejudice and removed from the Commission's active docket; and 3. This is a final and appealable order.

2017-00031
2/1/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Red Barn has satisfied the Commission's May 11 , 2017 Order; 2. The penalties assessed against Red Barn in the Commission's May 11, 2017 Order are hereby waived; 3. This case is dismissed with prejudice and removed from the Commission's active docket; and 4. This is a final and appealable order.

2017-00033
2/1/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Within 14 days from the date of entry of this Order, Herrington Haven shall publish a one-time notice following the requirements of 807 KAR 5:076, Section 5(4). The customer notice shall be formatted as set forth in the Appendix to this Order. 2. Within 30 days from the date of entry of this Order, Herrington Haven shall provide an affidavit from an authorized representative of the utility verifying the contents of the notice, that notice was mailed to all customers, and the date of the mailing. 3. Any motion to intervene based on Herrington Haven's acceptance of the revenue requirement proposed in the Staff Report shall be filed no later than 30 days from the issuance of the notice.

2017-00311
2/1/2018 20180201_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00034
2/1/2018 20180201_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00246
2/1/2018 20180201_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00427
2/2/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The charges and credits billed by Big Rivers through its FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved. 2. KIUC's request that Big Rivers refund fuel costs is denied. 3. Big River shall propose a change in its fuel cost allocation methodology to a least-cost stacking method, in the earlier of its next base rate case or its next two-year FAC review, which is anticipated to be opened in January 2019.

2017-00287
2/2/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Jackson Purchase through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00304
2/2/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Kenergy through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00305
2/2/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: The charges and credits applied by Meade County through the FAC for the period November 1, 2016, through April 30, 2017, are approved.

2017-00306
2/2/2018 DATA_REQUEST

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

2017-00376
2/2/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed. 2. a. Responses to requests for information in paper medium shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed and shall include the name of the witness responsible for responding to questions related to the information provided, with the original and six copies in paper medium and an electronic version to the Commission. b. Each response shall be answered 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. 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.

2017-00416
2/2/2018 20180202_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The motion to intervene is granted. 2. MCCC 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

2018-00017
2/2/2018 20180202_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00036
2/5/2018 20180205_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00349
2/5/2018 20180205_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00039
2/7/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: this case is dismissed without prejudice and is removed from the Commission's docket.

2017-00365
2/7/2018 20180207_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2015-00283
2/8/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered nunc pro tunc that: 1. The January 12, 2018 Order is corrected to include the Bulk Rate to Appendix B, as attached to this Order. 2. All other provisions of the January 12, 2018 Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2017-00475
2/8/2018 20180208_STAFF_REPORT.pdf

Staff Report

2017-00338
2/8/2018 20180208_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00070
2/8/2018 20180208_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00383
2/8/2018 20180208_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00051
2/8/2018 20180208_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00052
2/12/2018 20180212_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00173
2/12/2018 20180212_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00005
2/14/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. This matter is dismissed. 2. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2017-00379
2/14/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky should take all reasonable steps to suspend additional expenditures on its DSM programs, except for the Low Income Services and Neighborhood Programs, until the Commission is able to determine that ratepayer benefits exceed ratepayer costs. 2. Case Nos. 2017-00324 and 2018-00009 are consolidated into Case No. 2017-00427, and all future documents related to any of these cases shall be filed in the record of Case No. 2017-00427. 3. The records of Case Nos. 2017-00324 and 2018-00009 are incorporated by reference into Case No. 2017-00427. 4. The Commission Order entered on December 11, 2017, in Case No. 2017-00427 is amended to the limited extent that the Duke Kentucky's proposed residential DSM rates shall become effective subject to future change on and after the date of this Order. 5. All other provisions of the Commission Order entered on December 11, 2017, in Case No. 2017-00427 shall remain in full force and effect. 6. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this order, Duke Kentucky shall file its responses to the requests for information set forth in the Appendix to this Order. 7. An informal conference shall be schedule to discuss future procedural events subsequent to Duke Kentucky's filing of its responses to the requests for information set forth in the Appendix to this Order. 8. Case Nos. 2017-00324 and 2018-00009 are closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00009
2/14/2018 20180214_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00005
2/14/2018 20180214_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2018-00005
2/14/2018 20180214_PSC_ORDER02.pdf 2018-00005
2/14/2018 20180214_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00321
2/14/2018 20180214_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00441
2/14/2018 20180214_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00427
2/14/2018 20180214_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00324
2/15/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Fourth Request for Information to Big Sandy Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation

2017-00374
2/15/2018 20180215_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00321
2/16/2018 20180216_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00343
2/16/2018 20180216_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00018
2/16/2018 20180216_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00019
2/16/2018 20180216_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00020
2/16/2018 20180216_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00021
2/16/2018 20180216_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00022
2/16/2018 20180216_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00023
2/16/2018 20180216_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00024
2/16/2018 20180216_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00025
2/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Duke Kentucky Inc. is to satisfy or file a written answer on or before February 22, 2018, to the allegation that it overcharged Ms. Rule for gas service between March 21 , 2017, and May 19, 2017.

2017-00403
2/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The motion of the Wireless ETCs to intervene is granted. 2. The Wireless ETCs 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. The Wireless ETC's shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulation, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4. Wireless ETCs shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's February 2, 2018 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Within seven days of entry of this Order, the Wireless ETC's shall provide the electronic mail address to which all electronic documents issued by the Commission and other parties of record may be served upon the Wireless ETC's in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(8).

2017-00416
2/19/2018 STAFF_REPORT

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2017-00420
2/19/2018 20180219_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00468
2/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Logan Telephone is granted a CPCN to construct new facilities as set forth in its Application and as described in this order. 2. Logan Telephone's request for deviation from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 15(2)(e), is granted. 3. Should the costs of the construction authorized herein exceed by more than 10 percent the estimated costs contained in the Application, Logan Telephone shall immediately notify the Commission in writing of the adjustment and include an explanation of the additional costs for the Commission's approval. 4. As provided for in this Order, Logan Telephone shall maintain records that clearly and sufficiently document the proper allocation of costs for jurisdictional and non-jurisdictional services provided as a result of this construction project. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraph 3 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2017-00476
2/19/2018 20180219_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. Martin District, including its Chair and Treasurer of its Board of Commissioners, and Martin District's accountant, shall appear at a formal hearing scheduled for February 28, 2018, at 1 :00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time, in Hearing Room 1

2018-00017
2/19/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Crittenden-Livingston County Water District

2018-00047
2/19/2018 20180219_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. South Kentucky's request to deviate from the filing requirements in 807 KAR 5:001 , Section 18(1 )(c)-(g) and (2)(c) is granted, and the Application is deemed filed as of the date of this Order. 2. South Kentucky's Application for approval of the Agreement with Morgan Stanley Capital is continued beyond the 60-day period specified in KRS 278.300(2). 3. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed. 4. Any document filed with the Commission shall be served on all parties of record, with the original and ten copies in paper medium to the Commission. 5. a. Responses to requests for information in paper medium shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed and shall include the name of the witness responsible for responding to questions related to the information provided, with the original and ten copies in paper medium to the Commission. b. Each response shall be answered 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

2018-00050
2/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Copies of the electric bills issued to Mr. De Moisey by KU that Mr. De Moisey alleges reflect an inaccurate meter reading. 2. The amount that Mr. De Moisey alleges he has been overcharged by KU , broken out by date and amount of alleged overcharges. 3. Clarification of Mr. De Moisey's allegation that the meter is defective, explaining how the meter is defective. 4. Copies of all correspondence between KU and Mr. De Moisey regarding this matter. If correspondence is not available, then Mr. De Moisey shall provide estimated dates for his correspondence with KU.

2018-00054
2/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. This proceeding is initiated, pursuant to KRS 74.361, to determine whether merger between Cawood District and Black Mountain Utility District is feasible. 2. Cawood District is made a party to this proceeding. 3. Black Mountain Utility District is made a party to this proceeding. 4. Any party filing documents with the Commission shall serve a copy of those documents upon all other parties. 5. a. Cawood District shall file the information requested in Appendix B to this Order within 14 days of the entry 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 the original 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 the 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.

2018-00068
2/19/2018 20180219_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00064
2/19/2018 20180219_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00483
2/20/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Ordering paragraph 2 of the Commission's February 14, 2018 Order is amended to read: The water purchase contract between Grayson District and the City of Caneyville is approved and shall be effective upon the date of entry of this Order. 2. Ordering paragraph 3 shall be added to the Commission's February 14, 2018 Order and shall read: This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket. 3. All other provisions of the Commission's February 14, 2018 Order not in conflict with this Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2017-00379
2/20/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Estill District's Motion to Dispense with Evidentiary Hearing and Submit Case for Decision is denied. 2. Estill District's Motion to Dismiss Commissioners as Parties to Proceeding is denied.

2017-00467
2/20/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Jonathan Creek's and the Commissioners' request to dismiss the proceeding with prejudice and to cancel the February 27, 2018 hearing is denied. 2. Jonathan Creek's and the Commissioners' joint motion for a telephonic conference is denied. 3. Commissioners Josh Medley's and Kara Wilson's joint motion to be dismissed from the proceeding is granted, and they are excused from the February 27, 2018, hearing. 4. Jonathan Creek and Commissioners Jimmy Tubbs, Barry Hill, and Mark Holt shall attend the February 27, 2018 hearing. 5. Nothing contained herein shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter.

2017-00469
2/20/2018 20180220_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. This proceeding is established to review the reasonableness of Martin District's proposed rates. 2. No later than May 1, 2018, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report ("Staff R

2018-00017
2/20/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Columbia and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for billing beginning on March 1, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Columbia shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00049
2/20/2018 20180220_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. Paragraph 6 of the February 19, 2018 Order is corrected to state: "Any motion to intervene filed after February 23, 2018, shall show a basis for intervention and good cause for being untimely, and must state with specificity the person's special interest that is not otherwise adequately represented, or the issues and facts the person will present that will assist the Commission in fully considering the matter. If the untimely motion is granted, the movant shall accept and abide by the existing procedural schedule." 2. All other provisions of the February 19, 2018 Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2018-00050
2/20/2018 20180220_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00046
2/20/2018 20180220_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00034
2/21/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, any person who wishes to nominate a candidate to fill the vacancies on the North Marshall Water District Board of Commissioners shall submit to the Commission in writing the candidate's name, address, and telephone number. 2. Any party filing documents with the Commission shall serve a copy of these documents upon all other parties. 3. Service of any document or pleading shall be made in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(8). 4. The Executive Director shall serve a copy of this Order upon the Marshall County Judge/Executive, the members of the Marshall County Fiscal Court, the Marshall County Attorney, and the North Marshall District's Board of Commissioners.

2018-00011
2/21/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $(0.02) per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Union County are denied. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Union County on and after January 1, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Union County shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00045
2/21/2018 20180221_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00427
2/21/2018 20180221_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00441
2/22/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered Nunc Pro Tunc: 1. The Appendix to the January 30, 2018 Order is replaced with the Appendix attached to this Order. 2. All other provisions of the Commission's January 30, 2018 Order not in conflict with this Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2017-00371
2/22/2018 20180222_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The motion of Cumberland Valley to intervene is granted. 2. Cumberland Valley 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. Cumberland Valley shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulations, 807 KAR 5:001 , Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4. Pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001, Section 8(9), within seven days of entry of this Order, Cumberland Valley shall file a written statement with the Commission that: a. Certifies that it, or its agent, possesses the facilities to receive electronic transmissions; and b. Sets forth the electronic mail address to which all electronic notices and messages related to this proceeding should be served.

2018-00050
2/22/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix, which is attached hereto and incorporated herein, shall be followed. 2. a. 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 the original 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.

2018-00056
2/22/2018 20180222_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00410
2/22/2018 20180222_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00415
2/22/2018 20180222_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00327
2/23/2018 20180223_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. MCCC's motion to take the deposition of Joe Hammond is denied. 2. MCCC's motion to incorporate the record of Case No. 2018-00017 into the record of this proceeding is denied.

2016-00142
2/23/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. AT&T Mobility shall file a copy of the final decision regarding the pending FAA application for the proposed construction within ten days of receiving a decision. 4. AT&T Mobility shall file a copy of the final decision regarding the KAZC application for the proposed construction within ten days of receiving a decision. 5. Documents filed, if any, in the future pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2, 3, and 4 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2018-00015
2/23/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Atmos is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Madisonville, Kentucky, for the transmission and distribution of natural gas. 2. If Atmos is not the successful bidder, Atmos shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a written notice stating that Atmos was not the successful bidder. 3. If Atmos is the successful bidder, Atmos shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a copy of the executed franchise agreement and a statement disclosing the amount of the initial franchise fee. 4. If Atmos is the successful bidder, Atmos shall, within ten days of an increase or decrease in the amount of the initial franchise fee set forth in the franchise agreement, file with the Commission documentation setting forth the revised fee. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2, 3, or 4 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be electronically submitted via the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System. 6. This Order shall not be construed as granting a CPCN to construct utility facilities in said city.

2018-00055
2/23/2018 20180223_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00328
2/26/2018 20180226_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to South Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation

2018-00050
2/26/2018 20180226_PSC_ORDER01.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The motion of Jackson Energy to intervene is granted. 2. Jackson Energy 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. Jackson Energy shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulation, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4. Jackson Energy shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's February 19, 2018 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Within seven days of entry of this Order, Jackson Energy shall provide its electronic mail address to which all electronic documents issued by the Commission and other parties of record may be served upon Jackson Energy in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(8).

2018-00050
2/26/2018 20180226_PSC_ORDER02.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The motion of Salt River to intervene is granted. 2. Salt River 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. Salt River shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulation, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4. Salt River shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's February 19, 2018 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Within seven days of entry of this Order, Salt River shall provide its electronic mail address to which all electronic documents issued by the Commission and other parties of record may be served upon Salt River in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(8).

2018-00050
2/26/2018 20180226_PSC_ORDER03.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The motion of Taylor RECC to intervene is granted. 2. Taylor RECC 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. Taylor RECC shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulation, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4. Taylor RECC shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's February 19, 2018 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Within seven days of entry of this Order, Taylor RECC shall provide its electronic mail address to which all electronic documents issued by the Commission and other parties of record may be served upon Taylor RECC in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(8).

2018-00050
2/26/2018 20180226_PSC_ORDER04.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The motion of Grayson to intervene is granted. 2. Grayson 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. Grayson shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulation, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4. Grayson shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's February 19, 2018 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Within seven days of entry of this Order, Grayson shall provide its electronic mail address to which all electronic documents issued by the Commission and other parties of record may be served upon Grayson in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(8).

2018-00050
2/26/2018 20180226_PSC_ORDER05.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The motion of Shelby Energy to intervene is granted. 2. Shelby Energy 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. Shelby Energy shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulation, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4. Shelby Energy shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's February 19, 2018 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Within seven days of entry of this Order, Shelby Energy shall provide its electronic mail address to which all electronic documents issued by the Commission and other parties of record may be served upon Shelby Energy in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(8).

2018-00050
2/26/2018 20180226_PSC_ORDER06.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The motion of EKPC to intervene is granted. 2. EKPC 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. EKPC shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulation, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4. EKPC shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's February 19, 2018 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Within seven days of entry of this Order, EKPC shall provide its electronic mail address to which all electronic documents issued by the Commission and other parties of record may be served upon EKPC in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(8).

2018-00050
2/26/2018 20180226_PSC_ORDER07.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The motion of the Companies to intervene is granted. 2. The Companies 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. The Companies shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulation, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4 The Companies shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's February 19, 2018 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Within seven days of entry of this Order, the Companies shall provide its electronic mail address to which all electronic documents issued by the Commission and other parties of record may be served upon the Companies in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(8).

2018-00050
2/26/2018 20180226_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The motion of the Attorney General to intervene is granted. 2. The Attorney General 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. The Attorney General shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulations, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and electronic filing of documents. 4. Pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001, Section 8(9), within seven days of entry of this Order, the Attorney General shall file a written statement with the Commission that: a. Certifies that it, or its agent, possesses the facilities to receive electronic transmissions; and b. Sets forth the electronic mail address to which all electronic notices and messages related to this proceeding should be served.

2018-00050
2/26/2018 20180226_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00043
2/26/2018 20180226_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00042
2/26/2018 20180226_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00041
2/26/2018 20180226_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00040
2/27/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The amounts billed by Big Rivers through its environmental surcharge for the periods August 1, 2016, through January 31, 2017, and August 1, 2015, through July 31, 2017, are approved. 2. The amounts billed by Jackson Purchase and Kenergy through their respective environmental surcharge pass-through mechanisms for the periods August 1, 2016, through January 31 ,2017, and August 1, 2015, through July 31 , 201 7, for all customers with dedicated delivery points are approved. 3. The amounts billed by the three Member Cooperatives through their respective environmental surcharge pass-through mechanisms for the periods September 1, 2016, through February 28, 2017, and September 1, 2015, through August 31, 2017, for all other non-dedicated delivery point customers are approved. 4. The rates of return determined by Big Rivers for each month of the review periods are approved.

2017-00345
2/27/2018 20180227_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed. 2. a. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed and shall include the name of the witness responsible for responding to questions related to the information provided, with copies to all parties of record, and the original 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.

2017-00472
2/27/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. No later than May 25, 2018, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report ("Staff Report'') containing its findings and recommendations regarding Green-Taylor's requested rate adjustment. 2. No later than 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report each party of record shall file with the Commission: a. Its written comments on and any objections to the findings contained in the Commission Staff Report; and b. Any additional evidence for the Commission to consider. 3. If Commission Staff finds that Green-Taylor's financial condition supports a higher rate than Green-Taylor proposes or the assessment of an additional rate or charge not proposed in Green-Taylor's Application, Green-Taylor in its response to the Commission Staff Report shall also state its position in writing on whether the Commission should authorize the assessment of the higher rate or the additional rate or charge. 4. If Commission Staff finds that changes should be made to the manner in which Green-Taylor accounts for the depreciation of Green-Taylor's assets, Green-Taylor in its response to the Commission Staff Report shall also state its position in writing on whether the Commission should require Green-Taylor to implement the proposed change for accounting purposes.

2018-00030
2/27/2018 20180227_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00050
2/27/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.18 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Bullock Pen on and after March 1, 2018. 3. Within 20 days of the date of the entry of this Order, Bullock Pen shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00061
2/27/2018 20180227_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00179
2/27/2018 20180227_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2017-00179
2/27/2018 20180227_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00458
2/27/2018 20180227_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00459
2/28/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Ms. Rule shall file a response to Duke Kentucky's motion to dismiss within 14 days from the date of the entry of this Order. The information should be sent to the Kentucky Public Service Commission, P.O. Box 615, 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky 40602-0615, with a reference to Case No. 2017-00403. Mailed documents should be sent with sufficient time to be received by the Commission on or before the due date.

2017-00403
2/28/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.90 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. North Manchester's proposed rates filed with its response to the filing deficiencies are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by North Manchester on and after January 1, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, North Manchester shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2017-00466
2/28/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The February 27, 2018 hearing in this matter is indefinitely suspended.

2017-00467
2/28/2018 PSC_ORDER01

Final Order Entered: 1. The Offer is adopted and approved in its entirety as a complete resolution of all issues in this case. 2. Estill District Commissioners Wright, Beard, and Arnold will resign as members of Estill District's Board of Commissioners within 90 days of the entry of this Order. 3. Commissioners Wright, Beard, and Arnold agree that they shall not accept any future appointment to the Estill District's Board of Commissioners. 4. The Commission will not assess any penalty or fine against Estill District for the alleged violations of KRS 278.300. 5. The Commission will not assess any penalty or fine against Commissioners Wright, Beard, and Arnold for violations of KRS 278.300. 6. Upon receiving notice in the record of the resignation of Commissioners Wright, Beard, and Arnold, this case shall be closed and removed from the Commission's docket without further Order of the Commission.

2017-00467
2/28/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1.) Post hearing data requests shall be filed in the record on or before March 6, 2018. 2.) Responses to the post hearing data requests shall be filed on or before March 20, 2018. 3.) This case shall stand submitted for a decision on the merits as of March 21, 2018, at 12:01 a.m.

2017-00469
2/28/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Frontier is authorized to borrow $35,000 from Community Trust Bank. The loan maturity date and interest rate shall be in accordance with the terms as described in Frontier's application. 2. Frontier shall execute the loan documents as authorized herein. 3. Frontier shall comply with all matters set out in finding paragraphs 3 through 5 as if they were individually so ordered. 4. 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.

2018-00010
2/28/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Natural Energy and set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered by Natural Energy on and after April 1, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Natural Energy shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rate approved herein and reflecting that it was approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00071
2/28/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Bluegrass is denied. 2. The rate set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered on and after April 1, 2018. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Bluegrass shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rate approved herein and reflecting that it was approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00079
2/28/2018 20180228_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00417
3/1/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Post Hearing Request for Information to Jonathan Creek Water District

2017-00469
3/1/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.1100 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Beech Grove on and after April 1, 2018. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Beech Grove shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00032
3/1/2018 20180301_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The motion of Nucor to intervene is granted. 2. Nucor 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. Nucor shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulations, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4. Nucor shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's February 19, 2018 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Within seven days of entry of this Order, Nucor shall provide its electronic mail address to which all electronic documents issued by the Commission and other parties of record may be served upon Nucor in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(8).

2018-00050
3/1/2018 20180301_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00048
3/1/2018 20180301_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00005
3/6/2018 20180306_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Commission Staff's Post-Hearing Request for Information to Martin County Water District

2016-00142
3/6/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: Estill County's application for approval of refinancing is hereby denied without prejudice.

2018-00058
3/6/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1 . Atmos is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, for the transmission and distribution of natural gas. 2. If Atmos is not the successful bidder, Atmos shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a written notice stating that Atmos was not the successful bidder. 3. If Atmos is the successful bidder, Atmos shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a copy of the executed franchise agreement and a statement disclosing the amount of the initial franchise fee. 4. If Atmos is the successful bidder, Atmos shall, within ten days of an increase or decrease in the amount of the initial franchise fee set forth in the franchise agreement, file with the Commission documentation setting forth the revised fee. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2, 3, or 4 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be electronically submitted via the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System. 6. This Order shall not be construed as granting a CPCN to construct utility facilities in said city.

2018-00074
3/6/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Kentucky Power is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of South Shore, Kentucky, for electric transmission and distribution service. 2. If Kentucky Power is not the successful bidder, Kentucky Power shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a written notice stating that Kentucky Power was not the successful bidder. 3. If Kentucky Power is the successful bidder, Kentucky Power shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a copy of the executed franchise agreement and a statement disclosing the amount of the initial franchise fee. 4. If Kentucky Power is the successful bidder, Kentucky Power shall, within ten days of an increase or decrease in the amount of the initial franchise fee set forth in the franchise agreement, file with the Commission documentation setting forth the revised fee. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2, 3, or 4 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be electronically submitted via the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System. 6. This Order shall not be construed as granting a CPCN to construct utility facilities in said city.

2018-00077
3/6/2018 20180306_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The proposed PAP tariff is suspended for five months, from May 1, 2018, up to and including September 30, 2018. 2. Nothing contained in this Order shall prevent the Commission from entering further Orders in this matter.

2018-00086
3/6/2018 20180306_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00005
3/6/2018 20180306_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00057
3/7/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Estill District's February 27, 2018 Motion to Amend and Correct the Commission's Order of February 20, 2018 is granted. 2. Ordering paragraph 1 of the Commission's February 20, 2018 Order is amended to read: Estill District and Estill District's Commissioners' Motion to Dispense with Evidentiary Hearing and Submit Case for Decision is denied. 3. Ordering paragraph 2 of the Commission's February 20, 2018 Order is amended to read: Estill District's Commissioners' Motion to Dismiss Commissioners as Parties to Proceeding is denied. 4. All other provisions of the Commission's February 20, 2018 Order not in conflict with this Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2017-00467
3/7/2018 20180307_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00468
3/7/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Windstream's petition regarding the Pooling Administrator's denial of its application for assignment of additional numbering resources is granted. 2. The decision of the Pooling Administrator denying Windstream 's request for the assignment of a new thousand-number block for the Uniontown rate centers in Kentucky is hereby overturned. 3. The Pooling Administrator shall assign Windstream a single thousand-number block for the Uniontown rate center. 4. The numbering resources considered in this Order are to be assigned for the sole use of Windstream's customers. If the numbering resources requested by Windstream are no longer required to meet the service, the associated numbering resources approved in this Order shall be returned to the Pooling Administrator.

2018-00033
3/7/2018 20180307_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. South Kentucky's Motion is granted. 2. The procedural scheduled established in the Commission's February 19, 2018 Order is vacated. 3. All parties shall adhere to the procedural schedule established in the Appendix to this Order.

2018-00050
3/7/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00060
3/7/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. AT&T Mobility shall file a copy of the final decision regarding the pending KAZC and FAA applications for the proposed construction within ten days of receiving a decision. 4. Documents filed, if any, in the future pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2018-00070
3/7/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered on and after April 1, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Millennium shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00081
3/7/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Western Lewis and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered by Western Lewis on and after April 1, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Western Lewis shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00082
3/7/2018 20180307_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00244
3/7/2018 20180307_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00162
3/8/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Western Lewis's request to waive the requirement of obtaining prior approval from the Commission for a CPCN is denied. 2. By separate Order, the Commission will establish a proceeding to investigate whether Western Lewis or its Board of Commissioners should be assessed a penalty under KRS 278.990 for beginning construction of the headquarters building without obtaining a CPCN from the Commission. 3. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2017-00141
3/8/2018 20180308_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Commission Staff's Post Hearing Request for Information to Martin County Water District

2018-00017
3/8/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The accounting treatment requested by EKPC to classify depreciation and accretion expense related to the Smith Station landfill AROs as a regulatory asset is approved for 2017 and subsequent years. 2. The regulatory asset accounts established in this case are for accounting purposes only. 3. EKPC shall record a credit to expense and a debit to the regulatory asset accounts for $83,078 in the 2018 financial statements to bring the regulatory asset account balance to the amount requested for December 31 , 2017. 4. EKPC shall, within 14 days of the date of this Order, file with the Commission the accounting entries made on its books to effectuate the creation of the regulatory assets. 5. EKPC shall file annually updated ARO calculations reflecting any studies, reports, or change in other assumptions for the ARO balances as originally recorded herein. The annual update shall be based upon the balances of December 31 of each year and the updated calculations shall be submitted at the time EKPC files its annual report with the Commission. 6. Any document filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraphs 4 and 5 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2018-00027
3/8/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Crittenden-Livingston County Water District

2018-00047
3/8/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Cumberland Valley's motion for confidential treatment filed on February 1, 2018, is denied. 2. Cumberland Valley's motion to withdraw and replace documents and for confidential treatment, filed on February 23, 2018, is denied. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Cumberland Valley shall file a revised version of the designated materials for which confidential protection was denied, reflecting as unredacted the information that has been denied confidential treatment. 4. The material for which Cumberland Valley's requests for confidential treatment has been denied shall neither be placed in the public record nor made available for inspection for 20 days from the date of entry of this Order in order to allow Cumberland Valley to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2018-00056
3/8/2018 20180308_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00349
3/8/2018 20180308_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00446
3/8/2018 20180308_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00483
3/9/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket. 2. Any under- or over-recoveries of gas costs that would have otherwise been reconciled in this case, shall be reconciled in Valley Gas's GCR application for rates effective April 1, 2018.

2017-00439
3/12/2018 20180312_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00343
3/12/2018 20180312_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2017-00343
3/12/2018 20180312_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00349
3/13/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by B&H are denied. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered on and after April 1, 2018, subject to further revision based upon the final outcome of the appeal of the Commission's Order in Case No. 2015-00367. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, B&H shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00073
3/13/2018 20180313_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00179
3/13/2018 20180313_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00349
3/13/2018 20180313_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00035
3/13/2018 20180313_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00040
3/13/2018 20180313_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00042
3/13/2018 20180313_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00041
3/13/2018 20180313_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00043
3/13/2018 20180313_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00321
3/14/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Within ten days of the date of entry of this Order, Kentucky-American shall file a response to the Complaint of Roger W. Parry. 2. A party filing a paper containing personal information shall, in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(10) , encrypt or redact the paper so that personal information cannot be read. 3. Documents of any kind filed with the Commission in the course of this proceeding shall also be served on all parties of record.

2017-00452
3/14/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Cumberland Valley Electric, Inc.

2018-00056
3/14/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Citipower are denied. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered by Citipower on and after April 1, 2018. 3. Citipower shall submit all invoices received from Citigas and Citizens Gas as part of all future GCR filings. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Citipower shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00087
3/14/2018 20180314_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00317
3/14/2018 20180314_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00321
3/15/2018 20180315_PSC_IC_NOTICE.pdf

Commission Staff's Notice of Telephonic Informal Conference

2018-00050
3/15/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Cawood District's Supplemental Motion is granted, and the responses to the Requests for Information shall be filed with the Commission on or before March 19, 2018.

2018-00068
3/15/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. To satisfy his or her training obligations set forth in KRS 74.020(8), every newly appointed water district commissioner must complete, within the first 12 months following the water district commissioner's appointment, each and every core course described in the Appendix attached hereto, each of which will be offered at each of the Commission's seminars. 2. Returning water district commissioners may fulfill their six hours of annual training, pursuant to KRS 74.020(6) and (7), by completing six hours of courses offered at the Commission's seminars, whether core courses or electives, by taking courses offered by third parties and approved by the Commission, or through some combination thereof. 3. Third parties applying for approval of a proposed water district commissioner training program shall provide, in electronic or paper form, the documents and information described above and set forth in 807 KAR 5:070, Section 1, 30 days prior to the first date on which the course is scheduled to take place, except as otherwise stated herein. 4. Water district commissioners will not receive credit for courses that are not approved by the Commission.

2018-00085
3/16/2018 20180316_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Final Order Entered: 1. LG&E is assessed a civil penalty in the total amount of $395,000 for four violations of 49 C.F.R § 192.605(a) and 807 KAR 5:022, Section 13(2), one violation of 49 C.F.R § 192.241 and 807 KAR 5:022, Section 5(8), and seventy-four vi

2017-00119
3/16/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: North Mercer's deviation from the office hours requirements of 807 KAR 5:006 Section 14(1)(b)(1), is approved.

2017-00127
3/16/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Center Ridge is assessed a penalty of $2,500 for its willful failure to comply 2. Center Ridge shall pay the assessed penalty, totaling $2,500.00 within 30 days of the date of entry of this Order. Payment shall be by certified check or money order made payable to "Treasurer, Commonwealth of Kentucky" and shall be sent by certified mail or delivered to Office of General Counsel, Public Service Commission of Kentucky, 211 Sower Boulevard, P.O. Box 615 Frankfort, Kentucky 40602-0615. 3. The Executive Director shall serve a copy of this Order on Center Ridge by certified mail.

2017-00359
3/16/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of an antenna tower not to exceed 199 feet in height, with attached antennas, and to be located at 5095 Kentucky Highway 52, a.k.a St. Francis Highway, Loretto, Kentucky. 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2017-00462
3/16/2018 20180316_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. Martin District is authorized to place into effect the interim base rate increase, subject to refund, and the surcharge set forth in the Appendix to this Order, for service rendered on and after the date of this Order. 2. Martin District

2018-00017
3/16/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Wood Creek is granted a CPCN for the proposed project as submitted. 2. Wood Creek's proposed plan of financing is approved. 3. Wood Creek is authorized to enter into a loan agreement in an amount not to exceed $896,000 with RD, maturing over a 40-year period, at an interest rate not to exceed the lower of 2.75 percent per annum and be equal to the lower of the rate in effect at the time of loan approval, or the interest rate in effect at the time of closing. 4. The proceeds from the loan shall be used only for the purposes specified in Wood Creek's application. 5. Wood Creek shall obtain approval from the Commission prior to performing any additional construction not expressly authorized by this Order. 6. Notwithstanding ordering paragraphs 4 and 5, if surplus funds remain after the approved construction has been completed, Wood Creek 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 Wood Creek's rates for service. Wood Creek shall provide written notice of this additional construction in accordance with 807 KAR 5:069, Section 4. 7. Wood Creek shall file with the Commission documentation of the total costs of this project, including the cost of construction and all other capitalized costs, (e.g., engineering, legal, and administrative) within 60 days of the date that construction is substantially completed.

2018-00066
3/16/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1 . The rate proposed by Martin and set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered by Martin on and after April 1, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Martin shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00090
3/16/2018 20180316_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00328
3/16/2018 20180316_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00084
3/16/2018 20180316_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00415
3/19/2018 20180319_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00039
3/19/2018 20180319_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00417
3/20/2018 20180320_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00468
3/20/2018 20180320_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule established by the Commission's March 7, 2018 Order is vacated. 2. All parties shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order.

2018-00050
3/20/2018 20180320_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00048
3/20/2018 20180320_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00034
3/21/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The Commission annually will conduct a formal review of the TRS fund to determine if a change in the surcharge is warranted. 2. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2017-00358
3/21/2018 20180321_PSC_ORDER01.pdf

Order Entered: South Kentucky's Motion is granted.

2018-00050
3/21/2018 20180321_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: Scott B. Grover, Dan H. McCrary, Steven M. Madison, and Jesse S. Unkenholz are admitted, pro hac vice, for the purpose of representing SKRECC in the above-styled proceeding, provided that Mr. May or another member of the Kentucky Bar Association acts as co-counsel and is present at all proceedings before this Commission.

2018-00050
3/21/2018 20180321_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00338
3/22/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: Western Fleming County's request for deviation from the water storage requirements of 807 KAR 5:0066, Section 4(4) is granted.

2016-00424
3/22/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Billy Driskill, Dean McCoy, Steve Mathis, Kenneth Shadowen, and Tim Watkins shall each file with the Commission, no later than April 9, 2018, the original and two copies of the information listed in Appendix A, with a copy to North Marshall Water District. A candidate's failure to file the requested information in a timely manner shall be considered as notice that the candidate does not wish to be considered for appointment to North Marshall Water District's Board of Commissioners. 2. North Marshall Water District shall file with the Commission no later than April 9, 2018, the original and two copies of the information listed in Appendix B. 3. a. 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 two 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 the person's knowledge, information, and belief formed after a reasonable inquiry.

2018-00011
3/22/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 370 feet, with attached antennas, to be located at Hwy 127N 7820, Owenton, Kentucky, on a parcel of land located entirely within Owen County, Kentucky. 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00028
3/22/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Valley Gas is denied. 2. The rate set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered on and after April 4, 2018. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Valley Gas shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rate approved herein and reflecting that it was approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00089
3/22/2018 20180322_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00432
3/22/2018 20180322_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00427
3/23/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The findings contained in the Staff Report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. 2. The rates proposed by Herrington Haven are denied. 3. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Oder are approved for services rendered by Herrington Haven on and after the date of this Order. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Herrington Haven shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, new tariff sheets setting forth the rates and charges approved herein and their effective date, and stating that the rates and charges were authorized by this Order.

2017-00311
3/23/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Kentucky shall send customer notification via U.S. mail to each of its customers in the Designated Relinquishment Areas no later than June 14, 2018, advising them that AT&T Kentucky plans to discontinue service on August 14, 2018, and that service can be obtained from other providers. 2. AT&T Kentucky's request to withdraw as an ETC in the Designated Relinquishment Areas as of August 14, 2018, is granted. 3. AT&T Kentucky's request to cancel its authority to operate as an ETC in the Designated Relinquishment Areas as of August 14, 2018, is granted. 4. A copy of this Order shall be served upon the Federal Communications Commission and the Universal Service Administration Company. 5. This case is now closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2017-00416
3/23/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 320 feet, with attached antennas, to be located at 835 Flat Rock Road, Morgantown, Kentucky on a parcel of land located entirely within Butler County, Kentucky. 2. AT&T Mobility 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. . Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00014
3/23/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct the wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 370 feet, with attached antennas, to be located on a parcel of land located at Wide Creek Road, also known as Kentucky Highway 708, Beattyville, Kentucky. 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00059
3/23/2018 20180323_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00076
3/23/2018 20180323_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00415
3/26/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: SSA's request to intervene is denied.

2017-00435
3/26/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: This case is dismissed without prejudice and is removed from the Commission's docket.

2017-00450
3/26/2018 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2017-00482
3/26/2018 20180326_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00349
3/27/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. East Kentucky's proposed changes to its Cogeneration and Small Power Production Power Purchase Rate Schedule Over 100 kW from Dispatchable Generation Sources tariff and its Cogeneration and Small Power Production Power Purchase Rate Schedule Equal to or Less Than 100 kW from Dispatchable Generation Sources tariff are approved for service rendered on and after the date of this Order. 2. East Kentucky's proposed new Cogeneration and Small Power Production Power Purchase Rate Schedule Over 100 kW from Non-Dispatchable Generation Sources tariff and its Cogeneration and Small Power Production Power Purchase Rate Schedule Equal to or Less Than 100 kW from Non-Dispatchable Generation Sources tariff, as revised, are approved for service rendered on and after the date of this Order. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, East Kentucky and its distribution cooperatives shall file, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, its proposed cogeneration tariffs with the Commission reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2017-00212
3/27/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1.) Post hearing data requests shall be filed in the record on or before Friday, March 30th, 2018. 2.) Responses to post hearing data requests shall be filed in the record on or before Tuesday, April 10th, 2018. This case shall stand submitted for decision by the commission effective 12:01 a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, on April 11th, 2018.

2017-00374
3/27/2018 20180327_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: Columbia shall continue to use its current PBR mechanism until the Commission issues a Final Order addressing Columbia's request for a five-year extension of its PBR in the pending case.

2017-00453
3/27/2018 20180327_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. Martin District's Motion for Protective Order is granted. 2. Martin District shall not be required to respond to the requests for information submitted by MCCC on March 6, 2018.

2018-00017
3/27/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Columbia Gas is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Paris, Kentucky, for the transmission and distribution of natural gas. 2. If Columbia Gas is not the successful bidder, Columbia Gas shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a written notice stating that Columbia Gas was not the successful bidder. 3. If Columbia Gas is the successful bidder, Columbia Gas shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a copy of the executed franchise agreement and a statement disclosing the amount of the initial franchise fee. 4. If Columbia Gas is the successful bidder, Columbia Gas shall, within ten days of an increase or decrease in the amount of the initial franchise fee set forth in the franchise agreement, file with the Commission documentation setting forth the revised fee. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2, 3, or 4 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be electronically submitted via the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System. 6. This Order shall not be construed as granting a CPCN to construct utility facilities in the said city.

2018-00100
3/27/2018 20180327_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00472
3/27/2018 20180327_Data Request.pdf

Data Request

2018-00050
3/27/2018 20180327_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00162
3/28/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The presentation at Morehead, Kentucky is accredited and approved for a maximum of two credit hours of water district management training. 2. The presentations at Hawesville and Draffenville, Kentucky, are accredited and approved for a maximum of two credit hours of water district management training. 3. KAWA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the accredited and approved presentations. 4. Within 30 days of this Order, KAWA 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; c. The name of each attending water district commissioner, their water district, and the number of hours they attended; d. A copy of any written material given to water commissioners attending the presentations; and e. Documents indicating whether the Kentucky Board of Certification of Water Treatment and Distribution System Operators approved the training for continuing education credit.

2017-00429
3/28/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The Utility Leadership Institute - 2017 Water Law Series held on October 31, 2017, in Bowling Green, Kentucky is accredited and approved for a maximum of six credit hours of water district management training. 2. KAWA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the accredited and approved presentations. 3. Within 30 days of this Order, KAWA 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; c. The name of each attending water district commissioner, his or her water district, and the number of hours that he or she attended; d. A copy of any written material given to water commissioners attending the presentations; and e. Documents indicating whether the Kentucky Board of Certification of Water Treatment and Distribution System Operators approved the training for continuing education credit.

2017-00436
3/28/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The presentation at Morehead, Kentucky, is accredited and approved for a maximum of two credit hours of water district management training. 2. The presentations at Hawesville and Draffenville, Kentucky, are accredited and approved for a maximum of two credit hours of water district management training. 3. KAWA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the accredited and approved presentations. 4. Within 30 days of this Order, KAWA 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; c. The name of each attending water district commissioner, his or her water district, and the number of hours that he or she attended; d. A copy of any written material given to water commissioners attending the presentations; and e. Documents indicating whether the Kentucky Board of Certification of Water Treatment and Distribution System Operators approved the training for continuing education credit.

2018-00008
3/28/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The 2018 Management Conference held February 21-22, 2018, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, is accredited and approved for a maximum of 12 credit hours of water district management training. 2. KRWA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the accredited and approved presentations. 3. Within 30 days of this Order, 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; c. The name of each attending water district commissioner, his or her water district, and the number of hours that he or she attended; d. A copy of any written material given to water commissioners attending the presentations; and e. Documents indicating whether the Kentucky Board of Certification of Water Treatment and Distribution System Operators approved the training for continuing education credit.

2018-00016
3/28/2018 20180328_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00059
3/28/2018 20180328_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00018
3/28/2018 20180328_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00019
3/28/2018 20180328_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00020
3/28/2018 20180328_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00021
3/28/2018 20180328_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00022
3/28/2018 20180328_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00023
3/28/2018 20180328_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00034
3/28/2018 20180328_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00349
3/28/2018 20180328_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2017-00349
3/28/2018 20180328_PSC_IC_NOTICE.pdf

Notice of Informal Conference

2018-00036
3/29/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Post-Hearing Request for Information to Big Sandy Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation

2017-00374
3/29/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Crittenden-Livingston is authorized to borrow from KACOFC up to $2,105,000, but no more than the total amount needed to pay off the RD indebtedness proposed to be refinanced as identified in the application on the condition that the final NPV of the savings, determined upon closing, generate a positive cash flow. The loan maturity date and interest rate shall be in accordance with the KACOFC refinancing program as described in Crittenden-Livingston's application. 2. Crittenden-Livingston shall execute the KACOFC loan documents as authorized herein. 3. Crittenden-Livingston shall comply with all matters set out in finding paragraphs 3 through 6 as if they were individually so ordered. 4. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to finding paragraphs 3 and 4 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2018-00047
3/29/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Apache Gas Transmission Company, Inc.

2018-00106
3/29/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: This case shall be continued for 60 additional days, up to and including July 15, 2018.

2018-00107
3/29/2018 20180329_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00029
3/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The findings contained in the Staff Report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. 2. The rates proposed by Symsonia are denied. 3. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for services rendered by Symsonia on and after the date of this Order. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Symsonia shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, new tariff sheets setting forth the rates and charges approved herein and their effective date, and stating that the rates and charges were authorized by this Order.

2017-00371
3/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The findings contained in the Staff Report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order as if fully set out herein. 2. The rates originally proposed by South Hopkins are denied. 3. Within 45 days of publishing the notice required in ordering paragraph number 7, South Hopkins shall file proof of notice as required pursuant to 807 KAR 5:076, Section 5(3). 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, South Hopkins shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, new tariff sheets setting forth the rates and charges approved herein and their effective date, and stating that the rates and charges were authorized by this Order.

2017-00420
3/30/2018 20180330_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00179
3/30/2018 20180330_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00057
3/30/2018 20180330_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00472
3/30/2018 20180330_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00035
3/30/2018 20180330_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00034
3/30/2018 20180330_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00179
4/2/2018 20180402_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. A hearing in this matter shall be held on Tuesday, May 15, 2018, at 10 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, and continue on Wednesday, May 16, 2018, at 9 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, at the offices of the Public Service Commission at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky. 2. South Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation ("South Kentucky'') shall give notice of the hearing in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 9(2)(b). In addition, the notice of hearing shall include the following statement: ''This hearing will be streamed live and may be viewed on the PSC website, psc.ky.gov." At the time the notice is mailed or publication is requested, South Kentucky shall forward a duplicate of the notice and request to the Commission. 3. Pursuant to KRS 278.360 and 807 KAR 5:001, Section 9(9), a digital video transcript shall be made of the hearing.

2018-00050
4/2/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A hearing in this matter shall be held on Wednesday, May 30, 2018, at 9 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, at the offices of the Public Service Commission at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky. 2. Cumberland Valley Electric, Inc. ("Cumberland Valley") shall give notice of the hearing in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 9(2)(b). In addition, the notice of hearing shall include the following statement: ''This hearing will be streamed live and may be viewed on the PSC website, psc.ky.gov." At the time the notice is mailed or publication is requested, Cumberland Valley shall forward a duplicate of the notice and request to the Commission. 3. Pursuant to KRS 278.360 and 807 KAR 5:001, Section 9(9), a digital video transcript shall be made of the hearing.

2018-00056
4/2/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.08 per 1,000 Gallons is approved. 2. Levee Road's proposed rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Levee Road on and after March 15, 2018. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Levee Road shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00099
4/2/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Henderson County's request to amend its purchased water adjustment filing, filed on March 19, 2017, is granted. 2. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.51 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Henderson County on and after March 31, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Henderson County shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00102
4/2/2018 20180402_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00005
4/2/2018 20180402_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00035
4/2/2018 20180402_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00059
4/2/2018 20180402_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2016-00059
4/2/2018 20180402_PSC_ORDER02.pdf 2016-00059
4/2/2018 20180402_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00483
4/2/2018 20180402_PSC_ORDER03.pdf 2016-00059
4/2/2018 20180402_PSC_ORDER04.pdf 2016-00059
4/2/2018 20180402_PSC_ORDER05.pdf 2016-00059
4/2/2018 20180402_PSC_ORDER06.pdf 2016-00059
4/2/2018 20180402_PSC_ORDER07.pdf 2016-00059
4/2/2018 20180402_PSC_ORDER08.pdf 2016-00059
4/3/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky's Motion to dismiss the Complaint with prejudice is granted. 2. Ms. Rule's Complaint is dismissed with prejudice. 3. This case is closed as of the entry date of this order and removed from the Commission's docket.

2017-00403
4/3/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. KWWOA's Training Program scheduled to take place between April 9, 2018, and April 11, 2018, is hereby conditionally approved and accredited for six hours of water district management training for water district commissioners seeking to satisfy the training requirements set forth in KRS 74.020 (6) and (7). 2. KWWOA's Training Program may not be used by water district commissioners seeking to satisfy any portion of the initial training requirement for water district commissioners required by KRS 74.020(8). 3. KWWOA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the Training Program. 4. No Later than 30 days after the scheduled training program, KWWOA 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 purposed curriculum that occurred after the application; c. The name of each attending water district commissioner, his or her water district, and the number of hours that he or she attended; and d. A copy of any written material given to water district commissioners attending the presentations. 5. Upon receipt of the materials identified in Paragraph No. 4 and provided that there are no material changes to the program, the Commission shall issue a final order approving and accrediting the Training Program.

2018-00083
4/3/2018 20180403_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00441
4/3/2018 20180403_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00050
4/4/2018 20180404_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00321
4/4/2018 20180404_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00415
4/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered nunc pro tunc that: 1. The first paragraph of the April 3, 2018 Order is corrected to state: "On September 27, 2017, Ms. Rule filed a complaint alleging that Duke Kentucky overcharged her for utility services." 2. All other provisions of the April 3, 2018 Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2017-00403
4/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The time in which the Commission must issue its decision in this case is extended to 120 days. 2. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed. 3. a. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed and shall include the name of the witness responsible for responding to questions related to the information provided, with copies to all parties of record, and the original 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 not 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.

2018-00004
4/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a Certificate of CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. AT&T Mobility shall file a copy of the final decisions regarding the pending FAA and KAZC applications for the proposed construction within 10 days of receiving each decision. 4. Documents filed, if any, in the future pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2018-00012
4/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The boundary changes agreed upon by KU and Kenergy for the Woosley Farm Property are approved. 2. Copies of the Revised Territorial Maps, with the revisions signed by representatives of KU and Kenergy on December 8, 2017 and December 15, 2017, respectively, are attached hereto as an Appendix to this Order, and as it reflects the agreed-upon amended territorial boundary of KU and Kenergy, full-scale copies of the Revised Territorial Maps shall be attached to the Commission's official territorial boundary map. 3. KU's request for deviation from the filing requirements of 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7(1 ) is approved.

2018-00069
4/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Delta and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after April 23, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Delta shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00112
4/5/2018 20180405_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00413
4/5/2018 20180405_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00468
4/5/2018 20180405_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00036
4/6/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. EKPC and each of its Member Cooperatives listed in footnote 2 shall be parties to this case. 2. The procedural schedule set forth in Appendix A to this Order shall be followed in this proceeding. 3. Any motion to intervene filed after the date set forth in Appendix A shall show a basis for intervention and good cause for being untimely. If the untimely motion is granted, the movant shall accept and abide by the existing procedural schedule. 4. By the date set forth in Appendix A, EKPC shall file prepared direct testimony in support of the reasonableness of the application of its environmental surcharge mechanism and the application of the pass-through mechanism during the period under review. 5. Any party filing testimony shall file an original and six copies. 6. a. EKPC and each of its 16-Member Cooperatives shall file responses to the questions asked of the particular cooperative in Appendix B. The information requested herein is due by the date set forth in Appendix A. 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.

2018-00075
4/6/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Pollitt shall submit to the Commission, within 20 days of the entry date of this Order, a written response to the allegations contained in the Staff Report. 2. Pollitt shall appear on July 10, 2018, at 9 a.m., Eastern Daylight 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 49 C.F.R. Part 192 and 807 KAR 5:022, and to show cause why it should not be subject to the penalties prescribed in KRS 278.992(1) for these alleged violations. 3. At the scheduled hearing in this matter, Pollitt shall also present evidence on the adequacy, safety, and reasonableness of its practices related to the construction, installation, maintenance, and operation of natural gas facilities. 4. The July 10, 2018 hearing shall be recorded by digital video recording only. 5. The Staff Report attached as an Appendix to this Order is made a part of the record in this case.

2018-00103
4/6/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed in the application by Nebo are denied. 2. The purchased water adjustment factor of ($0.54) per 1,000 gallons is approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Nebo on and after March 31, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Nebo shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00104
4/6/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed. 2. a. Responses to requests for information in paper medium 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 the original 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 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. Any party shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains information that 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. e. A party filing a paper containing personal information shall, in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(10), encrypt or redact the paper so that personal information cannot be read.

2018-00107
4/6/2018 20180406_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00483
4/6/2018 20180406_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00441
4/6/2018 20180406_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00040
4/6/2018 20180406_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00043
4/6/2018 20180406_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00041
4/6/2018 20180406_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00042
4/6/2018 20180406_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00321
4/9/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Appalachian Wireless is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. 2. Appalachian Wireless 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00007
4/9/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Appalachian Wireless is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. 2. Appalachian Wireless 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00053
4/9/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. KU is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Sadieville, Kentucky, for electric transmission and distribution service. 2. If KU is not the successful bidder, KU shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a written notice stating that KU was not the successful bidder. 3. If KU is the successful bidder, KU shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a copy of the executed franchise agreement and a statement disclosing the amount of the initial franchise fee. 4. If KU is the successful bidder, KU shall, within ten days of an increase or decrease in the amount of the initial franchise fee set forth in the franchise agreement, file with the Commission documentation setting forth the revised fee. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2, 3, or 4 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be electronically submitted via the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System. 6. This Order shall not be construed as granting a CPCN to construct utility facilities in said city.

2018-00123
4/9/2018 20180409_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00035
4/9/2018 20180409_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00110
4/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Estill County's Motion for Reconsideration is granted to the limited extent that Estill County shall appear at a formal hearing on April 16, 2018 at 9 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission's offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky for the purpose of presenting testimony of the issues discussed in the findings above. 2. Estill County's Motion for Conference with Commission Staff is denied as moot. 3. Estill County shall give notice of the hearing by any means available to it in the intervening time. In addition, the notice of hearing shall include the following statement: ''This hearing will be streamed live and may be viewed on the PSC website, psc.ky.gov." At the time the notice is mailed, publication is requested, or is posted on a website or social media platform, Estill County shall forward a duplicate of the notice, request, or posting to the Commission. 4. Pursuant to KRS 278.360 and 807 KAR 5:001, Section 9(9), a digital video transcript shall be made of the hearing. 5. The record of Commission Case No. 2017-00176 is incorporated into the record of this proceeding by reference

2018-00058
4/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00067
4/10/2018 20180410_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00036
4/11/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Martin's motion to reopen the case to modify the April 6, 2017 Order is granted. 2. The refund options proposed by Martin as set forth in its motion are denied. 3. Martin shall implement a one-month bill credit that refunds $536.45 in equal amounts to Martin's 419 customer accounts. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2016-00332
4/11/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Kentucky RSA #3's Motion for Extension of Time filed on March 22, 2018, is granted.

2017-00143
4/11/2018 PSC_ORDER01

Order Entered: 1. Mr. Biddle's Request to Intervene is denied. 2. Mr. Potts' Request to Intervene is denied. 3. Mr. Biddle's and Mr. Potts' tendered documents shall be considered as public comment.

2017-00143
4/11/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The motion of Republic to intervene is granted. 2. Republic shall be entitled to the full rights of a party and shall be served with the Commission's Orders and with fi led testimony, exhibits, pleadings, correspondence, and all other documents submitted by parties after the date of this Order. 3. Republic shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulations, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4. Republic shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's April 5, 2018 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001 , Section 8(9), within seven days of entry of this Order, Republic shall file a written statement with the Commission that: a. Certifies that it, or its agent, possesses the facilities to receive electronic transmissions; and b. Sets forth the electronic mail address to which all electronic notices and messages related to this proceeding should be served.

2018-00004
4/11/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Russ's request for approval and accreditation of the Training Program scheduled to take place on March 21, 2018, is hereby DENIED. 2. Russ's Training Program may not be used by water district commissioners to satisfy their training obligations pursuant to KRS 74.020(6), KRS 74.020(7), or KRS 74.020(8). 3. Within 10 days from the entry of this order, Russ shall: a. Provide the Commission with a list of water district commissioners who attended the Training Program and, if known, their water districts; b. Certify that a copy of this order was sent to each water district commissioner who attended the Training Program. 4. Any document filed pursuant to ordering paragraph 3 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the post case correspondence file. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00101
4/11/2018 20180411_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00041
4/12/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky's petition for confidential treatment is denied. 2. Within 10 days of the date of entry of this Order, Duke Kentucky shall file an unredacted copy of the Crounse Agreement using the Commission's process for submitting fuel and transportation contracts. Duke Kentucky shall reference this case number when submitting the Crounse Agreement. 3. The unredacted copy of the Crounse Agreement shall be held confidentially for a period of 30 days from the date of entry of this Order. At the end of this period, the Crounse Agreement shall be placed in the public record without further notice.

2018-00108
4/12/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings by Frontier on and after May 1, 2018. Although Frontier's PGA rate filing did not provide 30 days' notice to the Commission as required by its tariff, KRS 278.180(2) authorizes the Commission to make a reduction in rates effective in less than 30 days. 2. Each customer's bill shall separately reflect the approved gas cost reconciliation rate applicable to the customer's service area. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Frontier shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order. The individual gas cost reconciliation rates for Frontier and the former Public system shall be included in the compliance tariffs.

2018-00119
4/12/2018 20180412_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00088
4/12/2018 20180412_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00109
4/13/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Estill County's Motion to Postpone the formal hearing scheduled for April 16, 2018, is granted. 2. The hearing scheduled for April 16, 2018, is cancelled and shall be rescheduled at a later date, if needed. 3. Within five days of receiving notice from KRWFC as to the terms of the proposed refinancing, Estill County shall file a written notice with the Commission stating whether it intends to continue with the refinancing and the anticipated date of filing an amended application if one is needed.

2018-00058
4/13/2018 PSC_ORDER

Commission Staff's Initial Request for Information to Sentra Corporation and Blue Ridge Mountain Resources, Inc. and Sentra Resources LLC

2018-00107
4/13/2018 20180413_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00034
4/13/2018 20180413_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00321
4/16/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The Training for McCreary Co. Water District held on November 3, 2017, in Whitley City, Kentucky is accredited and approved for a maximum of six credit hours of water district management training. 2. KRWA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the accredited and approved presentations. 3. Within 30 days of the entry of this Order, 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; c. The name of each attending water district commissioner, his or her water district, and the number of hours that he or she attended; and d. A copy of any written material given to water commissioners attending the presentations.

2017-00434
4/16/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The Training for Oldham Co. Water District held on February 13, 2018, in LaGrange, Kentucky is conditionally accredited and approved for a maximum of six credit hours of water district management training. 2. KRWA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the accredited and approved presentations. 3. Within 30 days of this Order, 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; c. The name of each attending water district commissioner, his or her water district, and the number of hours that he or she attended; and d. A copy of any written material given to water commissioners attending the presentations. 4. Upon receipt of the materials identified in Paragraph No. 3 and provided there are no material changes to the program, the Commission shall issue a final order approving and accrediting the Training Program.

2018-00063
4/16/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1 . This proceeding is established to review the reasonableness of Ledbetter District's proposed rates. 2. No later than July 17, 2018, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report ("Staff Report") containing its findings and recommendations regarding Ledbetter District's requested rate adjustment. 3. No later than 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report, each party of record shall file with the Commission: a. Its written comments on and any objections to the findings contained in the Commission Staff Report; and b. Any additional evidence for the Commission to consider. 4. If Commission Staff finds that Ledbetter District's financial condition supports a higher rate than Ledbetter District proposes, or the assessment of an additional rate or charge not proposed in Ledbetter District's Application, Ledbetter District in its response to the Commission Staff Report shall also state its position in writing on whether the Commission should authorize the assessment of the higher rate or the additional rate or charge. 5. If Commission Staff finds that changes should be made to the manner in which Ledbetter accounts for depreciation of Ledbetter District's assets, Ledbetter District in its response to the Commission Staff Report shall also state its position in writing on whether the Commission should require Ledbetter District to implement proposed change for accounting purposes.

2018-00117
4/16/2018 20180416_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00179
4/16/2018 20180416_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00022
4/16/2018 20180416_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00018
4/16/2018 20180416_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00050
4/17/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered nunc pro tunc: 1. The Appendix of the Order of March 30, 2018, is stricken and is replaced by the revised Appendix attached to this Order. 2. All provisions of the Order of March 30, 2018, that are not in conflict with the terms of this Order shall remain in effect.

2017-00371
4/17/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Grayson's October 24, 2017 petition for confidential treatment is denied. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Grayson shall file revised pages reflecting as unredacted the information that has been denied confidential treatment. 3. The materials denied confidential treatment shall be withheld from public inspection for 20 days from the date of this Order to allow Grayson to seek any remedy afforded by law.

2017-00419
4/17/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: This proceeding is dismissed and shall be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00054
4/17/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1 . Apache's request to implement a $.29 per Mcf charge for its PRP is approved. 2. Apache shall continue to collect its PRP surcharges subject to the escrow terms contained in the final Order in Case No. 2017-00168. 3. The rates in the appendix to this order are approved to be billed starting with the May 1, 2018 Gas Cost Adjustment rates. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00106
4/17/2018 20180417_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00023
4/18/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The motion of the Attorney General to intervene is granted. 2. The Attorney General 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. The Attorney General shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulations, 807 KAR 5:001 , Section 7, related to the service and electronic filing of documents. 4. The Attorney General shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's April 5, 2018 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001 , Section 8(9) , within seven days of entry of this Order, the Attorney General shall file a written statement with the Commission that: a. Certifies that it, or its agent, possesses the facilities to receive electronic transmissions; and b. Sets forth the electronic mail address to which all electronic notices and messages related to this proceeding should be served.

2018-00004
4/18/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1 . Russ's request for approval and accreditation of the Training Program scheduled to take place on March 27, 2018, and March 28, 2018, is hereby denied. 2. Russ's Training Program may not be used by water district commissioners to satisfy their training obligations pursuant to KRS 74.020(6), KRS 74 .020(7), or KRS 74.020(8). 3. Russ's request for a deviation from 807 KAR 5:070, Section 1 (6) is denied. 4. Within 1 O days from the entry of this order, Russ shall: a. Provide the Commission with a list of water district commissioners who attended the Training Program and, if known, their water districts; and b. Certify to the Commission that a copy of this order was sent to each water district commissioner who attended the Training Program. 5. Any document filed pursuant to ordering paragraph 4 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the post case correspondence file. 6. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00065
4/18/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a self-supporting antenna tower not to exceed 370 feet in height, with attached antenna and is to be located at 175 Sparks Lane, Beattyville, Kentucky 41311. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37° 32' 58.07" by West Longitude 83° 48' 32.90". 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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. 4. This is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00096
4/18/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a self-supporting antenna tower not to exceed 370 feet in height, with attached antenna and is to be located at Bentley Lane, Carlisle, Kentucky 40311. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 38° 21 ' 18.23" by West Longitude 83° 57' 30.40". 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. The Applicant shall file a copy of the final decision regarding the pending KAZC application for the proposed construction within ten days of receiving the decision. 4. Documents filed, if any, in the future pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00098
4/18/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. KRWA's request for approval and accreditation of the Training Program scheduled to take place on May 22, 2018, and May 23, 2018, is hereby denied without prejudice. 2. KRWA's Training Program may not be used by water district commissioners to satisfy their training obligations pursuant to KRS 74.020(6), KRS 74.020(7), or KRS 74.020(8). 3. Nothing in this order shall be interpreted as preventing KAWA from refiling its request for approval of the Training Program to satisfy the training requirements of KRS 74.020 (6) and (7) in a timely manner with all of the documents required by the Commission as discussed hereinabove and with additional documents and information as necessary to demonstrate how the Training Program will enhance a water district commissioner's understanding of his or her responsibilities and duties. 4. In the event KAWA seeks to file the request, it shall do so 30 days prior to the scheduled date of the program unless it can demonstrate good cause for failing to do so.

2018-00128
4/18/2018 20180418_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00179
4/18/2018 20180418_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00035
4/18/2018 20180418_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00321
4/18/2018 20180418_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00093
4/18/2018 20180418_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00349
4/19/2018 20180419_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00041
4/19/2018 20180419_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00413
4/19/2018 20180419_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00349
4/20/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1 . Duke Kentucky's motion for confidential protection for the Attachment to the ARO Update is granted. 2. The materials set forth in the Attachment to the ARO Update shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for a period of ten years, or until further Orders of this Commission . 3. Use of the materials in question in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001 , Section 13(9). 4. Duke Kentucky shall inform the Commission if the materials in question become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not run , Duke Kentucky shall have 20 days from receipt of written notice of the request to demonstrate that the materials still fall within the exclusions from disclosure requirements established in KRS 61.878.If Duke Kentucky is unable to make such demonstration, the requested materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the requested materials available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow Duke Kentucky to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2015-00187
4/20/2018 20180420_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. A hearing for the purpose of taking evidence on the issues within the scope of this investigation in the instant case shall be held on May 31, 2018, at 9 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission's offices at 211 Sow

2016-00142
4/20/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $(0.59) per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by North Hopkins are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by North Hopkins on and after March 31 , 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, North Hopkins shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00133
4/20/2018 20180420_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00019
4/20/2018 20180420_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00050
4/20/2018 20180420_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2018-00050
4/20/2018 20180420_DATA_REQUEST02.pdf

Data Request

2018-00050
4/23/2018 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2017-00374
4/23/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky's request for a waiver from the requirements of 807 KAR 5:058, Sections 7(5) and 8(3), for its 2018 IRP is granted subject to the conditions set forth herein. 2. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00111
4/23/2018 20180423_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00417
4/23/2018 20180423_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00427
4/24/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after May 1, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of the entry of this Order, Atmos shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order. 3. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00116
4/24/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. No later than July 16, 2018, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report ("Staff Report") containing its findings and recommendations regarding North Hopkins's requested rate adjustment. 2. No later than 14 days after the date of the filing of the Commission Staff Report each party of record shall file with the Commission: a. Its written comments on and any objections to the findings contained in the Commission Staff Report; and b. Any additional evidence for the Commission to consider. 3. If Commission Staff finds that North Hopkins's financial condition supports a higher rate than North Hopkins proposes or the assessment of an additional rate or charge not proposed in North Hopkins's Application, North Hopkins in its response to the Commission Staff Report shall also state its position in writing on whether the Commission should authorize the assessment of the higher rate or the additional rate or charge. 4. If Commission Staff finds that changes should be made to the manner in which North Hopkins accounts for the depreciation of North Hopkins's assets, North Hopkins in its response to the Commission Staff Report shall also state its position in writing on whether the Commission should require North Hopkins to implement the proposed change for accounting purposes.

2018-00118
4/24/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Sentra are denied. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after May 1, 2018. Although Sentra's PGA rate filing did not provide 30 days' notice to the Commission as required by its tariff, KRS 278.180(2) authorizes the Commission to make a reduction in rates effective in less than 30 days. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Sentra shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00124
4/24/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Navitas and set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered by Navitas on and after May 12, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Navitas shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rate approved herein and reflecting that it was approved pursuant to this Order. 3. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00132
4/24/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Burkesville is denied. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered by Burkesville on and after April 27, 2018. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Burkesville shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00134
4/24/2018 20180424_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00005
4/24/2018 20180424_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00244
4/24/2018 20180424_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00057
4/24/2018 20180424_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00114
4/25/2018 20180425_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

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

2018-00086
4/25/2018 20180425_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00328
4/25/2018 20180425_PSC_IC_NOTICE.pdf

Notice of Informal Conference

2018-00041
4/26/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Big Sandy are denied. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for services rendered by Big Sandy on and after the date of this Order. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Big Sandy shall file with this Commission , using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, new tariff sheets setting forth the rates and charges approved herein and reflecting their effective date and that they were authorized by this Order.

2017-00374
4/26/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Cawood Water District

2018-00068
4/26/2018 20180426_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1.Delta's Motion to Utilize Electronic Filing Procedures for this case is granted. 2. All documents submitted in this proceeding shall comply with the Commission 's rules. of procedure as set forth in 807 KAR 5:001 , and any deviation from these rules shall be submitted in writing to the Commission for consideration. 3. Any party filing a paper shall upload an electronic version using the Commission's electronic Filing System and shall file the original and one copy in paper medium. 4. Any request for confidential treatment of material submitted shall conform to the requirements of 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13. 5. Materials submitted to the Commission that do not comply with the rules of procedure or that do not have an approved deviation are subject to rejection pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001, Section 3.

2018-00086
4/26/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Within seven days of the date of this Order, Ms. Reynolds shall file a reply, if any, to the Applicant's response in opposition to Ms. Reynolds request for intervention. 2. Upon the expiration of the seven-day period affording Ms. Reynolds for filing a reply, if any, her request for intervention shall stand submitted for a decision based on the record.

2018-00095
4/26/2018 20180426_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00005
4/27/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Atmos's request to extend and revise its DSM Programs other than the Low- Income Weatherization Program is denied. 2. Atmos's proposed residential and commercial DSM rates are denied. 3. Any future DSM applications filed by Atmos shall include the information as described in the findings above. 4. Atmos's Low-Income Weatherization Program is approved through April 30, 2021, at the proposed budget of $180,000 with a funding level of up to $3 ,000 per qualifying low-income household. 5. The DSM rates in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after May 1, 2018. 6. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Atmos shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order. 7. Atmos shall be allowed to recover any lost revenues and authorized incentives associated with any Commission-approved DSM program consistent with KRS 278.285. Recovery of lost revenues shall be limited to no more than three years, but will be reset to zero upon Commission approval of rates in Atmos's pending base-rate case, and shall not exceed claimed savings over the life of the specific DSM measure.

2017-00424
4/27/2018 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00004
4/27/2018 20180427_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00316
4/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Horvath is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of an antenna tower not to exceed 300 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located on Hico Road, Calloway County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36° 42' 56.53" by West Longitude 88° 10' 20.10". 2. Horvath 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2017-00442
4/30/2018 20180430_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. No later than May 29, 2018, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report containing its findings regarding Martin District's rate adjustment. 2. All provisions of the Commission's O

2018-00017
4/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 270 feet, with attached antennas, to be located at 340 Turner Hill Road, Totz, Kentucky on a parcel of land located entirely within Hazard County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36°55'08.07" by West Longitude 83°10'16.40". 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00078
4/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The 2018 Water Personnel Training Seminar, which the Commission conducted at Jenny Wiley State Resort Park in Prestonsburg, Kentucky on April 17-18, 2018, is approved for a maximum of 12 credit hours of initial training required by KRS 74.020(8) for newly appointed water district commissioners. 2. The 2018 Water Personnel Training Seminar conducted on April 17- 18, 2018, is also hereby approved and accredited for a maximum of six credit hours of training for water district commissioners seeking to satisfy the training requirements set forth in KRS 74.020(6) and (7). 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Commission Staff shall file into the post case correspondence file for this case a list of the name of each attendee, his or her water district, and the number of hours that he or she attended the training program.

2018-00137
4/30/2018 20180430_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00483
4/30/2018 20180430_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00041
5/1/2018 20180501_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Commission Staff's Fifth Request for Information to Martin County Water District

2016-00142
5/2/2018 20180502_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. MCCC's motion to compel Martin District to fully respond to MCCC's Second Data Request is sustained. 2. Martin District shall fully and completely respond to each data request including subparts thereof without objection on or before May

2016-00142
5/2/2018 20180502_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00427
5/3/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Flemingsburg is assessed a penalty in the amount of $60,000 for violation of 49 C.F.R. §§192.605(a), 192.751(a), 199.105(b), 199.225(a). 2. Flemingsburg shall pay $30,000 of the assessed civil penalty within 30 days of 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 the General Counsel, Kentucky Public Service Commission, 211 Sower Boulevard, Post Office Box 615, Frankfort, Kentucky 40602. The remaining $30,000 of the civil penalty shall be suspended on the condition that Flemingsburg complies with the ordering paragraphs 3, 4, and 5 of this Order within the timeframe allowed. 3. Within three months of the date of this Order, Flemingsburg shall provide, through a qualified third party, additional mandatory training to all employees who work on or near natural gas facilities on the requirement to remove each potential ignition source from any area where gas is being vented into the open air. 4. Within three months of the date of this Order, Flemingsburg shall provide, through a qualified third party, additional mandatory training to all supervisors of employees who work on or near natural gas facilities regarding the proper procedure for post-incident drug and alcohol testing. 5. Within 30 days of completion of the training ordered in ordering paragraphs 3 and 4 of this Order, Flemingsburg shall certify to the Commission in writing that it has completed such training.

2017-00079
5/3/2018 20180503_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00321
5/3/2018 20180503_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2017-00321
5/3/2018 20180503_PSC_ORDER02.pdf 2017-00321
5/3/2018 20180503_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00349
5/4/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. All motions in this proceeding that have yet to be addressed are denied as moot. 2. This proceeding is closed and shall be removed from the Commission's docket.

2017-00467
5/4/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Estill District's motion to withdraw its application to execute a loan agreement with KRWFC to borrow approximately $2,745,000 to refund certain outstanding debt obligations filed on February 5, 2018, is granted. 2. All motions in this proceeding that have yet to be addressed are denied as moot. 3. This proceeding is closed and shall be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00058
5/4/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered nunc pro tunc that: 1. The April 2, 2018 Order is corrected to reflect the water coin vendor rate of $5.63 per 1,000 Gallons to Appendix B, as attached to this Order. 2. All other provisions of the April 2, 2018 Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2018-00099
5/4/2018 Data Request

Commission Staff' Second Request for Information to Sentra Corporation, Blue Ridge Mountain Resources, Inc. and Sentra Resources, LLC

2018-00107
5/4/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. KRWA's request for approval and accreditation for the three regional training programs scheduled for April 10, 2018, April 12, 2018, and April l 19, 2018, is hereby denied. 2. KRWA's training programs scheduled for April 10, 2018, April 12, 2018, and April 19, 2018, may not be used by water district commissioners to satisfy their training obligations pursuant to KRS 74.020(6), KRS 74.020(7), or KRS 74.020(8). 3. Within ten days from the entry of this order, KRWA shall: a. Provide the Commission with a list of water district commissioners who attended the training programs and, if known, their water districts; and b. Certify to the Commission that a copy of this order was sent to each water district commissioner who attended the training programs. 4. Any document filed pursuant to ordering paragraph 4 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the post case correspondence file. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's active docket.

2018-00126
5/4/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Inter-County Energy Cooperative Corporation

2018-00129
5/4/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $1.33 per 1,000 Gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Marion County are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Marion County on and after April 16, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Marion County shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00135
5/4/2018 20180504_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00321
5/4/2018 20180504_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2017-00321
5/4/2018 20180504_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00179
5/8/2018 20180508_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. Martin District's Motion for Protective Order filed on May 7, 2018, is denied as moot. 2. Martin District is ordered to comply with the Commission's May 2, 2018 Order. 3. Martin District's failure to provide MCCC with a full and complete

2016-00142
5/8/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Cumberland Valley's motion to schedule an IC is granted. 2. An IC shall be held on Monday, May 21, 2018, at 11 a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, at the Commission's offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, to discuss substantive and procedural matters related to the case. 3. Commission Staff shall contact the parties by electronic mail to provide details for joining the conference by telephone.

2018-00056
5/8/2018 20180508_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00050
5/8/2018 20180508_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2018-00050
5/8/2018 20180508_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00035
5/8/2018 20180508_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00179
5/8/2018 20180508_PSC_ORDER02.pdf 2018-00050
5/9/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Cumberland Valley's Revised Motion for confidential treatment filed on March 22, 2018, is denied. 2. Cumberland Valley's Second Revised Motion for confidential treatment of the component pricing filed on April 2, 2018, is granted. 3. Within seven days of the date of the entry of this Order, Cumberland Valley shall file a revised version of the materials at issue, reflecting as redacted only the specific component pricing information and as unredacted the total cost of the proposed project and Exhibit 6 to the Application. 4. The materials for which confidential treatment was sought in the Second Revised Motion shall not be made available to the public for a period of ten years from the date of this order, unless and until the Commission orders otherwise. 5. Use of the materials for which confidential treatment was granted in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 6. Cumberland Valley shall inform the Commission if the materials for which confidential treatment was granted become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment.

2018-00056
5/9/2018 20180509_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00483
5/9/2018 20180509_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00091
5/9/2018 20180509_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00110
5/9/2018 20180509_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00328
5/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Atmos's petition for confidential protection for Exhibit D, Page 5 of 6, is granted and the information shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection until further Orders of this Commission. 2. Atmos's petition for confidential protection for the WACOG schedule filed in support of Exhibit C, Page 2 of 2, is granted, and the information shall not be placed in the public record or made available until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the material in question in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. Atmos shall inform the Commission if the material in question becomes publicly available or no longer qualifies for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the material granted confidential treatment by this Order then Atmos shall have 20 days from receipt of written notice of the request to demonstrate that the material still falls within the exclusions from disclosure requirements established in KRS 61.878. If Atmos is unable to make such demonstration, the requested material shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the requested material available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the material no longer qualifies for confidential protection in order to allow Atmos to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2018-00116
5/10/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Duke Energy is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Warsaw, Kentucky, for a natural gas transmission and distribution service. 2. If Duke Energy is not the successful bidder, Duke Energy shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, fi le with the Commission a written notice stating that Duke Energy was not the successful bidder. 3. If Duke Energy is the successful bidder, Duke Energy shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a copy of the executed franchise agreement and a statement disclosing the amount of the initial franchise fee. 4. If Duke Energy is the successful bidder, Duke Energy shall, within ten days of an increase or decrease in the amount of the initial franchise fee set forth in the franchise agreement, file with the Commission documentation setting forth the revised fee. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2, 3, or 4 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be electronically submitted via the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System. 6. This Order shall not be construed as granting a CPCN to construct utility facilities in said city.

2018-00151
5/10/2018 20180510_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00179
5/10/2018 20180510_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00088
5/10/2018 20180510_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00086
5/10/2018 20180510_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00142
5/11/2018 20180511_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00086
5/11/2018 20180511_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00044
5/14/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. New Cingular is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. 2. New Cingular 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. 3. New Cingular shall file a copy of the final decision regarding the pending KAZC and FAA applications within ten days of receiving a decision. 4. Documents filed , if any, 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.

2018-00080
5/14/2018 20180514_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00044
5/15/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The Complaint is dismissed for lack of jurisdiction. 2. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00120
5/16/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Columbia and set forth in Appendix A to this Order are approved for billing beginning on May 31, 2018. 2. Columbia shall file responses to the requests for information in Appendix B along with its GCA application for rates effective with the September 2018 billing cycle. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Columbia shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order. 4. Columbia's future GCA applications shall include the information required in finding paragraph 11. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00150
5/16/2018 20180516_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00427
5/16/2018 20180516_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00472
5/16/2018 20180516_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00029
5/17/2018 20180517_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00349
5/17/2018 20180517_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2017-00349
5/18/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. EKPC is granted a CPCN to construct the environmental compliance projects discussed herein, including the Peg's Hill Landfill, to comply primarily with the CCR Rule and the ELG Rule. 2. EKPC's request to amend its Environmental Compliance Plan as reflected in the 2018 Compliance Plan for purposes of recovering the costs of the proposed project through its environmental surcharge is granted. 3. EKPC's request to approve the settlement of the Spurlock ash pond ARO and associated regulatory asset as set forth in its application is granted. 4. EKPC shall file an appropriate application and seek Commission approval for a CPCN prior to commencing construction of any additional phases of landfill expansions at Spurlock.

2017-00376
5/18/2018 20180518_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00050
5/18/2018 20180518_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00139
5/18/2018 20180518_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00321
5/18/2018 20180518_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00018
5/18/2018 20180518_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00019
5/18/2018 20180518_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00020
5/18/2018 20180518_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00021
5/18/2018 20180518_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00022
5/18/2018 20180518_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00023
5/18/2018 20180518_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00024
5/18/2018 20180518_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00025
5/18/2018 20180518_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00044
5/21/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. EKPC's motions for confidential treatment are granted in part and denied in part. 2. The maps of Spurlock Station and other facilities for which confidential treatment was sought meet the criteria for confidential treatment and, therefore, those materials shall be exempt from public disclosure, unless and until this Commission orders otherwise. 3. The material regarding the benefits of PJM membership for which confidential treatment was sought do not meet the criteria for confidential treatment and, therefore, those materials shall be made available to the public. 4. Lines 11 through 36 of page 1 of Exhibit RH-1; Lines 48 through 53 of page 1 of Exhibit RH-1; Lines 56 through 59 of page 1 of Exhibit RH-1; Lines 19 through 52 of page 2 of Exhibit RH-1; Lines 59 through 62 of page 2 of Exhibit RH-1; Lines 70 through 72 of page 2 of Exhibit RH-1; and Lines 76 through 79 of page 2 of Exhibit RH-1, with the exception of the first column on the left of each page of the spreadsheet, meet the criteria for confidential treatment and, therefore, that information shall be exempt from public disclosure for a period of seven years from that date of this Order, unless and until this Commission orders otherwise. 5. The remaining lines of Exhibit RH-1 and the whole of the first column on the left side of each page do not meet the criteria for confidential treatment and, therefore, that information shall be made available to the public.

2017-00376
5/21/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Atmos's motion for rehearing and clarification is granted as discussed in the finding above. 2. Within 90 days from the date of this Order, Atmos shall notify its customers that purchases made or contracts entered into after April 30, 2018, no longer qualify for a rebate due to the termination of the program and that all requests for a rebate must be completed and submitted within that time period.

2017-00424
5/21/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Cumberland Valley Electric, Inc.

2018-00056
5/21/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The Commission grants reconsideration of its April 11, 2018 Order in this matter and alters and amends that Order as set forth herein. 2. The training session entitled DOW Update that took place as part of Russ, lnc.'s Training Program on March 21, 2018 is hereby approved and accredited for a maximum of one hour of water district management training for commissioners seeking to satisfy the six hours of training described in KRS 74.020 (6) and (7). 3. The training session entitled Sample Collection and Preservation that took place as part of Russ, lnc.'s Training Program on March 21, 2018, is hereby approved and accredited for 1.25 hours of water district management training for commissioners seeking to satisfy the 6 hours of training described in KRS 74.020 (6) and (7). 4. The training sessions Operator Ethics, Developing SOP's, and Distribution O&M that took place as part of Russ, lnc.'s Training Program on March 21, 2018, are not approved and accredited, and, therefore, may not be used by water district commissioners to satisfy any portion of the six hours of training described in KRS 74.020 (6) and (7). 5. No portion of Russ, lnc.'s Training Program may be used by water district commissioners seeking to satisfy any portion of the initial training for commissioners required by KRS 74.020(8).

2018-00101
5/21/2018 20180521_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00050
5/21/2018 20180521_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2018-00050
5/22/2018 20180522_STAFF_REPORT.pdf

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2018-00017
5/22/2018 20180522_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: Windstream East is HEREBY ORDERED to satisfy the matters complained of or file a written answer to the complaint within ten days from the date of service of this Order.

2018-00157
5/23/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Mr. Biddle's Request for Rehearing is denied. 2. Mr. Biddle's tendered documents shall be considered as public comment.

2017-00143
5/23/2018 STAFF_REPORT

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2018-00030
5/23/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed in the application by Southeast Daviess are approved. 2. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.14 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Southeast Daviess on and after June 1, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Southeast Daviess shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00144
5/23/2018 20180523_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00038
5/23/2018 20180523_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00143
5/23/2018 20180523_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00427
5/23/2018 20180523_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00321
5/24/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The Commission will extend the extend the statutory application period an additional 60 days, up to and through July 24, 2018, to further investigate the application. 2. East Kentucky shall file with the Commission the original and ten copies of its responses to the requests for information set forth in the Appendix to this Order within 15 days of the date of this Order. 3. a. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed and shall include the name of the witness responsible for responding to questions related to the information provided, with copies to all parties of record, and the original 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 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. 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.

2018-00115
5/25/2018 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00004
5/25/2018 20180525_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00029
5/25/2018 20180525_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00427
5/29/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Joint Applicants Edmonson County Water District and Caveland Sanitation Authority d/b/a Caveland Environmental Authority

2018-00127
5/29/2018 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00130
5/29/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: Navitas's Application to approve long-term financing is denied and that this case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00149
5/29/2018 20180529_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00018
5/29/2018 20180529_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00044
5/29/2018 20180529_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00019
5/29/2018 20180529_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00022
5/29/2018 20180529_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00023
5/29/2018 20180529_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00034
5/29/2018 20180529_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00005
5/29/2018 20180529_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2018-00005
5/29/2018 20180529_DATA_REQUEST02.pdf

Data Request

2018-00005
5/29/2018 20180529_DATA_REQUEST03.pdf

Data Request

2018-00005
5/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The motion 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. KIUC shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulations, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4. KIUC shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's November 9, 2017 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001, Section 8(9), within seven days of entry of this Order, KIUC shall file a written statement with the Commission that: a. Certifies that it, or its agent, possesses the facilities to receive electronic transmissions; and b. Sets forth the electronic mail address to which all electronic notices and messages related to this proceeding should be served.

2017-00384
5/30/2018 PSC_ORDER01

Order Entered: 1. The motion of the Sierra Club to intervene is granted. 2. 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. Sierra Club shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulations, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4. Sierra Club shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's November 9, 2017 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001, Section 8(9), within seven days of entry of this Order, the Sierra Club shall file a written statement with the Commission that: a. Certifies that it, or its agent, possesses the facilities to receive electronic transmissions; and b. Sets forth the electronic mail address to which all electronic notices and messages related to this proceeding should be served .

2017-00384
5/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Billy Driskill and James K. Shadowen are appointed to fill the two vacant seats identified in the February 21, 2018 Order. Their terms shall expire June 30, 2021. 2. The Executive Director shall serve a copy of this Order upon the Marshall County Judge/Executive, the members of the Marshall County Fiscal Court, the Marshall County Attorney, and the North Marshall District's Board of Commissioners. 3. This proceeding is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00011
5/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Post hearing data requests shall be filed in the record on or before Friday, June 1, 2018. 2. Responses to post hearing data requests shall be filed in the record on or before Thursday, June 21, 2018. 3. This case shall stand submitted for decision by the commission effective 12:01 a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, on June 22, 2018.

2018-00056
5/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The joint application filed by Edmonson and Caveland requesting approval of the transfer of the sewer system in the Chalybeate area east of the Green River is continued for an additional 60 days up to and including August 2, 2018.

2018-00127
5/30/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. This proceeding is established to investigate the reasonableness of the proposed Agreement. 2. The filing is suspended for five months from May 31, 2018, up to and including October 31, 2018.

2018-00164
5/30/2018 20180530_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00034
5/31/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Cumberland Fall's petition for confidential protection for all paper and electronic diagrams and maps of the Cumberland Fall's water distribution system submitted with its application is granted. 2. The designated material shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the material in question in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. Cumberland Falls shall inform the Commission if the material in question becomes publicly available or no longer qualifies for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the material granted confidential treatment by this Order, Cumberland Falls shall have 20 days from receipt of written notice of the request to demonstrate that the material still falls within the exclusions from disclosure requirements established in KRS 61.878. If Cumberland Falls is unable to make such demonstration, the requested material shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the requested material available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the material no longer qualifies for confidential treatment in order to allow Cumberland Falls to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2017-00268
5/31/2018 PSC_ORDER01

Final Order Entered: 1. Kentucky RSA #3 is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 250 feet, with attached antennas, to be located at 20839 North Highway 259, Stephensport, Kentucky on a parcel of land located entirely within Breckinridge County, Kentucky. 2. Kentucky RSA #3 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00062
5/31/2018 20180531_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00038
5/31/2018 20180531_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00328
5/31/2018 20180531_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00441
5/31/2018 20180531_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00321
5/31/2018 20180531_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00316
6/1/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Don Arnold and Deborah Arnold's motion to intervene and for an evidentiary hearing or public meeting is denied. 2. Nothing in this order shall affect a member of the public's right to file public comments with the Commission or the Commission's consideration of those comments in a manner consistent with the relevant statutes and regulations.

2018-00031
6/1/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Post-Hearing Request for Information to Cumberland Valley Electric, Inc.

2018-00056
6/1/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. A hearing in this matter shall be held on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, at 9 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, at the offices of the Public Service Commission at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky. 2. Sentra Corporation, Blue Ridge Mountain Resources, Inc., and Sentra Resources LLC (collectively, "Sentra") shall give notice of the hearing in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 9(2)(b). In addition, the notice of hearing shall include the following statement: "This hearing will be streamed live and may be viewed on the PSC website, psc.ky.gov." At the time the notice is mailed or publication is requested, Sentra shall forward a duplicate of the notice and request to the Commission. 3. Pursuant to KRS 278.360 and 807 KAR 5:001, Section 9(9), a digital video transcript shall be made of the hearing.

2018-00107
6/1/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed. 2. a. 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 the original and eight copies to the Commission. b. Each response shall be 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 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. e. Any party filing a paper containing personal information shall, in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(10), encrypt or redact the paper so that the personal information cannot be read.

2018-00146
6/4/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Kentucky RSA #3 is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of an antenna tower not to exceed 240 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 6199 Highway 2779, Hardinsburg, Breckinridge County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37° 54'07.45" by West Longitude 86° 31 '56.18". 2. Kentucky RSA #3 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2017-00143
6/4/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Norman T. Funk and Thomas J. Costakis are admitted pro hac vice for the purpose of representing Big Rivers in association with Laura Chambliss, Tyson Kamuf, and James M. Miller in the above-styled proceeding, provided that Laura Chambliss, Tyson Kamuf, James M. Miller, or another member of the Kentucky Bar Association acts as co-counsel and is present at any and all proceedings before this Commission.

2018-00146
6/4/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Each LDC and municipal natural gas system operator under Commission jurisdiction is made a party to this proceeding and shall be served with a copy of this order. 2. Each LDC and municipal natural gas system operator under Commission jurisdiction shall include the above language in customer bills as soon as practicable but, in no case, later than the first bills issued on or after July 2, 2018. The language shall be included for at least one complete billing cycle. 3. Each LDC and municipal natural gas system operator under Commission jurisdiction shall certify to the Commission, no later than 30 days after the first inclusion of the notice in customer bills, that it has complied with this order. The certification, which may be made either as a filing in this proceeding or by letter to the Commission, shall include a sample of both printed and electronic bills (if applicable) including the notice.

2018-00171
6/4/2018 20180604_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00349
6/5/2018 20180605_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Commission Staff's Fifth Post-Hearing Request for Information to Martin County Water District

2016-00142
6/5/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Third Request for Information to Cawood Water District

2018-00068
6/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Complainant shall have 14 days from the date this Order is entered to file an amended complaint with the Commission that conforms to the requirements of 807 KAR 5:001, Section 20. 2. If Complainant does not file an amended complaint with the Commission that conforms to the requirements of 807 KAR 5:001, Section 20 within 14 days from the date this Order is entered, this matter will be dismissed without prejudice. 3. Brandenburg Telephone shall have no obligation to file an answer or responsive pleading to the complaint or any supplement or amendment thereto until ordered to do so by this Commission.

2018-00173
6/5/2018 20180605_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00086
6/6/2018 20180606_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00349
6/6/2018 20180606_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00483
6/6/2018 20180606_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00041
6/6/2018 20180606_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00044
6/7/2018 20180607_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1 . MCCC's Motion for Extension of Time to Respond to the Staff Report is granted. 2. Martin District's Motion for Extension of Time is granted. 3. MCCC and Martin District shall have until June 30, 2018, to file responses to the Staff Repor

2018-00017
6/7/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a self-supporting antenna tower not to exceed 270 feet in height, with attached antenna and is to be located at 45 Clem Cemetery Road, Cawood, KY 40815. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36° 47' 52.34" by West Longitude 83° 12' 33.86". 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00094
6/7/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed. 2. a. Responses to requests for information in paper medium shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed and shall include the name of the witness who will be responsible for responding to questions related to the information provided, with copies to all parties of record, and the original and seven 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 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 information that party shall provide a written explanation of the specific grounds for its failure to completely and precisely respond. e. Careful attention should be given to copied material to ensure that it is legible.

2018-00164
6/7/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. LG&E is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Bardstown, Kentucky, for natural gas service. 2. If LG&E is not the successful bidder, LG&E shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a written notice stating that LG&E was not the successful bidder. 3. If LG&E is the successful bidder, LG&E shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a copy of the executed franchise agreement and a statement disclosing the amount of the initial franchise fee. 4. If LG&E is the successful bidder, LG&E shall, within ten days of an increase or decrease in the amount of the initial franchise fee set forth in the franchise agreement, file with the Commission documentation setting forth the revised fee. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2, 3, or 4 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be electronically submitted via the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System. 6. This Order shall not be construed as granting a CPCN to construct utility facilities in the said city.

2018-00169
6/7/2018 20180607_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00417
6/7/2018 20180607_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00029
6/8/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Roger W. Parry

2017-00452
6/8/2018 20180608_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00417
6/12/2018 20180612_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order, which is attached hereto and incorporated herein, shall be followed. 2. a. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed and shall

2017-00263
6/12/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Grant County's Application requesting an alternative inspection schedule for its grinder/pump stations pursuant to 807 KAR 5:071, Section 7(4) is approved. 2. Grant County's residential grinder/pump stations shall be inspected annually.

2018-00097
6/12/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. On or before June 15, 2018, Sentra Corporation, Blue Ridge Mountain Resources, Inc., and Sentra Resources LLC (collectively, "Sentra"), shall provide the names and titles of each witness Sentra intends to call at the June 19, 2018 hearing and the order in which Sentra intends to call its witnesses. 2. On or before June 15, 2018, Sentra shall file with the Commission a list of all documents that it intends to offer as exhibits, and an original in paper medium of any document that will be presented as an exhibit that has not been previously filed with the Commission in this proceeding.

2018-00107
6/12/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Appalachian Wireless is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 310 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located near 486 Appalachian Tower Road, Williamsburg, Whitley County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36°44'45.1435" by West Longitude 84 °11 '22.5594". 2. Appalachian Wireless shall file a copy of the final decisions regarding the pending KAZC and FAA applications for the proposed construction within 10 days of receiving the decision. 3. Appalachian Wireless 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. Documents filed, if any, in the future pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2018-00122
6/12/2018 20180612_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00321
6/12/2018 20180612_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00020
6/12/2018 20180612_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00021
6/13/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered nunc pro tunc: 1. Ordering paragraph three is stricken from the March 30, 2018 Order. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for services rendered by South Hopkins on and after the date of the March 30, 2018 Order. 3. All other provisions of the Commission's March 30, 2018 Order not in conflict with this Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2017-00420
6/13/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Sentra Resources' motion for confidential protection for designated material contained in the response to Staff's First Request, Item 9 is granted. 2. The designed materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period of time, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the materials in question in any proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. Sentra Resources shall inform the Commission if the materials in question become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect materials granted confidential treatment by this Order, Sentra Resources shall have 20 days from receipt of written notice of the request to demonstrate that the materials still fall within the exclusions from disclosure requirements established in KRS 61.878. If Sentra Resources is unable to make such demonstration, the requested materials shall be made available for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the requested materials available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow Sentra Resources to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2018-00107
6/13/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a self-supporting antenna tower not to exceed 270 feet in height, with attached antenna, and is to be located at 2126 Wrights Ridge Road, Milton, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are 38°40'25.13" North latitude, 85°15'33.67" West longitude. 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00121
6/13/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Inter-County's proposed rates are suspended for five months from June 28, 2018, up to and including November 27, 2018. 2. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed. 3. a. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed and shall include the name of the witness responsible for responding to questions related to the information provided, with copies to all parties and an original 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 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. 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.

2018-00129
6/13/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a self-supporting antenna tower not to exceed 199 feet in height, with attached antenna, and is to be located at 2157 Frames Branch, Clay City, Kentucky. The coordinates tor the proposed facility are 37°48'23.07" North latitude, 83°57'09.14" West longitude. 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. Documents filed, it any, 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.

2018-00141
6/13/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule established by the June 1, 2018 Order shall be amended. 2. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed.

2018-00146
6/13/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Big Rivers and each of its three Member Cooperatives listed in footnote 2 shall be made parties to this case. 2. The procedural schedule set forth in Appendix A to this Order shall be followed in this proceeding. 3. Any motion to intervene filed after the date set forth in Appendix A shall show a basis for intervention and good cause tor being untimely. If the untimely motion is granted, the movant shall accept and abide by the existing procedural schedule. 4. By the date set forth in Appendix A, Big Rivers shall file its prepared direct testimony in support of the reasonableness of the application of its environmental surcharge mechanism and the three Member Cooperatives, or Big Rivers on their behalf, shall file by that date their prepared direct testimony in support of the reasonableness of the application of the pass-through mechanism during the periods under review. 5. Any party filing testimony shall file an original and six copies. 6. a. The information requested herein is due on or before the date specified in Appendix A to 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.

2018-00163
6/14/2018 20180614_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00159
6/15/2018 20180615_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. A hearing for the purpose of taking evidence on the issues within the scope of this investigation in the instant case shall be held on August 29, 2018 at 9 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, in Hearing Room 1 of the Commission's offices at 211 S

2016-00142
6/15/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule established pursuant to the Order issued on April 5, 2018, shall be amended to the limited extent as follows: Big Rivers Electric Corporation or any Intervenor shall request either a hearing or that the case be submitted for a decision based on the record no later than June 20, 2018. 2. All other provisions of the April 5, 2018 Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2018-00004
6/15/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Inter-County's motion for an extension of time is granted. 2. Inter-County shall file its responses to Commission Staff's First Request for Information on or before June 19, 2018.

2018-00129
6/15/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Bluegrass is denied. 2. The rate set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered on and after July 1, 2018. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Bluegrass shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rate approved herein and reflecting that it was approved pursuant to this Order. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00158
6/15/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Dawson Springs' proposed rate for wholesale water service to South Hopkins is suspended for five months, from June 26, 2018, to November 25, 2018. 2. South Hopkins is made a party to this case. 3. Requests for intervention shall be filed no later than July 10, 2018. Any party who submits a motion to intervene after July 10, 2018, and upon a showing of good cause is granted full intervention, shall accept and abide by the existing procedural schedule.

2018-00189
6/15/2018 20180615_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00044
6/18/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Natural Energy and set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered by Natural Energy on and after July 1, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Natural Energy shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rate approved herein and reflecting that it was approved pursuant to this Order. 3. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00160
6/18/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by B&H are denied. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered on and after July 1, 2018, subject to further revision based upon the final outcome of the appeal of the Commission's Order in Case No. 2015-00367. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, B&H shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00161
6/18/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Western Lewis is denied. 2. The rate set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered by Western Lewis on and after July 1, 2018. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Western Lewis shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rate approved herein and reflecting that it was approved pursuant to this Order. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00167
6/18/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Martin and set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered by Martin on and after July 1, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Martin shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rate approved herein and reflecting that it was approved pursuant to this Order. 3. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00168
6/18/2018 20180618_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00044
6/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Appalachian Wireless is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 100 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located near 843 Breckinridge Street, Stanton, Powell County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37°51 '19.1623" by West Longitude 83°51 '39.6659". 2. Appalachian Wireless 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00002
6/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Post hearing data requests shall be filed in the record on or before Friday, June 22, 2018. 2. Responses to post hearing data requests shall be filed in the record on or before Tuesday, July 3, 2018. 3. This case shall stand submitted for decision by the Commission effective 12:01 a.m. , Eastern Daylight Time, on July 4, 2018.

2018-00107
6/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The motion of the Attorney General to intervene is granted. 2. The Attorney General 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. The Attorney General shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulations, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and electronic filing of documents. 4. The Attorney General shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's June 13, 2018 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001, Section 8(9), within seven days of entry of this Order, the Attorney General shall file a written statement with the Commission that: a. Certifies that it, or its agent, possesses the facilities to receive electronic transmissions; and b. Sets forth the electronic mail address to which all electronic notices and messages related to this proceeding should be served.

2018-00146
6/19/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Natural Energy Utility Corporation

2018-00164
6/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Citipower are denied. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered by Citipower on and after July 1, 2018. 3. Citipower shall submit all invoices received from Citigas and Citizens Gas as part of all future GCR filings. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Citipower shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order.

2018-00174
6/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.04 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by North Shelby are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by North Shelby on and after July 1, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, North Shelby shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00175
6/19/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Valley Gas is denied. 2. The rate set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered on and after July 1, 2018. Although Valley Gas's GCR rate filing did not provide 30 days' notice to the Commission as required by its tariff, KRS 278.180(2) authorizes the Commission to make a reduction in rates effective in less than 30 days. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Valley Gas shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rate approved herein and reflecting that it was approved pursuant to this Order. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00177
6/19/2018 20180619_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00179
6/19/2018 20180619_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2017-00179
6/20/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.05 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by West Shelby are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by West Shelby on and after July 15, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, West Shelby shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00185
6/20/2018 20180620_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00321
6/20/2018 20180620_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00417
6/21/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The motion 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. KIUC shall comply with all provisions of the Commission's regulations, 807 KAR 5:001, Section 7, related to the service and filing of documents. 4. KIUC shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's June 13, 2018 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 5. Pursuant to 807 KAR 5:001, Section 8(9), within seven days of entry of this Order, KIUC shall file a written statement with the Commission that: a. Certifies that it, or its agent, possesses the facilities to receive electronic transmissions; and b. Sets forth the electronic mail address to which all electronic notices and messages related to this proceeding should be served.

2018-00146
6/21/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.07 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Northeast Woodford District are denied. 3. The rates set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Northeast Woodford District on and after July 1, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Northeast Woodford District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00190
6/21/2018 20180621_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00162
6/21/2018 20180621_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00417
6/21/2018 20180621_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2017-00417
6/22/2018 DATA_REQUEST

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

2017-00384
6/22/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct the proposed wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 370 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 410 Fortner Ridge Road, Owenton, Owen County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 38°33'01.25" by West Longitude 84°42'55.36". 2. AT&T Mobility 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00031
6/22/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Post Hearing Request for Information to Sentra Corporation and Blue Ridge Mountain Resources Inc. and Sentra Resources LLC

2018-00107
6/22/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Taylor County is authorized to borrow from CoBank $6,000,000 to pay off the CoBank and CFC short-term notes proposed to be refinanced as identified in the application. Additionally, Taylor County may borrow the amount to pay the accrued interest charges on the outstanding lines of credit, and reasonable attorney fees and closing costs estimated at approximately $61,000. The loan maturity date and interest rate shall be in accordance with the CoBank refinancing program as described in Taylor County's application. 2. Taylor County shall execute the CoBank loan documents as authorized herein. 3. Taylor County shall comply with all matters set out in finding paragraphs 3 through 6 as if they were individually so ordered. 4. Any documents fi led in the future pursuant to finding paragraphs 3 and 4 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file. 5. Nothing contained herein shall be deemed a warranty or finding of value of securities or financing authorized herein on the part of the Commonwealth of Kentucky or any agency thereof.

2018-00130
6/22/2018 20180622_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00044
6/25/2018 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00115
6/25/2018 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00146
6/25/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1 . The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered on and after July 4, 2018. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Millennium shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the rates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order. 3. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00176
6/27/2018 PSC_ORDER

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

2018-00146
6/27/2018 20180627_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00153
6/28/2018 20180628_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. A hearing in this matter shall be held on Tuesday, August 7, 2018, at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, at the offices of the Public Service Commission at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky. 2. Martin County Water District ("Martin D

2018-00017
6/28/2018 20180628_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00035
6/28/2018 20180628_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00179
6/28/2018 20180628_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00052
6/28/2018 20180628_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00051
6/28/2018 20180628_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00029
6/28/2018 20180628_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00038
6/29/2018 20180629_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Commission Staff's Fifth Request for Information to Kentucky Frontier Gas, LLC

2017-00263
6/29/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Appalachian Wireless is granted a CPCN 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 near 1739 Raven Rock, Jenkins, Letcher County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are 37°10'15.6701" North latitude, 82°36'53.3858" West longitude. 2. Appalachian Wireless 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00136
6/29/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.05 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by North Nelson are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by North Nelson on and after July 1, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, North Nelson shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00183
6/29/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.12 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Levee Road are approved. 3. The rates set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Levee Road on and after July 1, 2018. 4. In the future, Levee Road shall properly report water loss in its Annual Report that is in conformance with the Commission's water loss reporting requirements. 5. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Levee Road shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00184
6/29/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.09 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Judy are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Judy on and after July 1, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Judy shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00186
6/29/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.12 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Montgomery County are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Montgomery County on and after July 1, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Montgomery County shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00200
6/29/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. This proceeding is initiated to determine the reasonableness of Jetta's proposed tariff that establishes initial rates, rules, and regulations to operate a farm tap system. 2. Requests for intervention shall be filed no later than July 15, 2018. Any party who submits a motion to intervene after July 15, 2018, and upon a showing of good cause is granted full intervention, shall accept and abide by the existing procedural schedule, if any.

2018-00212
6/29/2018 20180629_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2017-00349
6/29/2018 20180629_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00343
6/29/2018 20180629_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2017-00343
7/2/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Tillman Infrastructure LLC and New Cingular Wireless PCS, LL d/b/a AT&T Mobility

2017-00435
7/2/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Mr. Norman's Request to Intervene is denied.

2017-00435
7/3/2018 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Inter-County Energy Cooperative Corporation

2018-00129
7/3/2018 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Mountain District's proposed tariff revisions are suspended for five months, from July 9, 2018, to December 8, 2018. 2. Requests for intervention shall be filed no later than July 20, 2018. Any party who submits a motion to intervene after July 20, 2018, and upon a showing of good cause is granted full intervention, shall accept and abide by the existing procedural schedule, if any.

2018-00227
7/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Appalachian Wireless is granted a CPCN 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 near the junction of J . Logan Road and Highway 11 in Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are 36°48'29.4639" North latitude, 83°56'46.7567" West longitude. 2. Appalachian Wireless 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. 3. The Applicant shall file a copy of the final decision regarding the pending KAZC application for the proposed construction within 10 days of receiving the decision. 4. Documents filed, if any, in the future pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 and 3 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the utility's general correspondence file.

2018-00125
7/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Appalachian Wireless is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a 180-foot self-supporting telecommunications tower with attached antenna and is to be located on a tract of land near 1089 Venters Lane, Isom, Letcher County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are 37°12'21.6718" North latitude, 82°54'32.3711" West longitude. 2. Appalachian Wireless 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00131
7/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Appalachian Wireless is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 310 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located near the intersection of CR-1366 and CR-1325, Knox County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36°56'51.5234" by West Longitude 83°57'45.0285." 2. Appalachian Wireless 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. 3. Documents filed, if any, 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.

2018-00140
7/5/2018 20180705_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: LG&E is HEREBY ORDERED to satisfy the matters complained of or file a written answer to the complaint within ten days from the date of entry of this Order.

2018-00181
7/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.23 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Kirksville are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Kirksville on and after July 1, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Kirksville shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00191
7/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.16 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Jessamine District are approved. 3. The rates set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Jessamine District on and after July 10, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Jessamine District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00193
7/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.10 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Garrard County are denied. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Garrard County on and after August 10, 2018. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Garrard County shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00202
7/5/2018 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Delta and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after July 25, 2018. 2. Delta shall file responses to the requests for information in Appendix B with its GCA application for rates effective with the No