Kentucky Public Service Commission


Order Vault 2019


Order Vault
Order DateDocument Case Number
1/2/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. BREC's petition for confidential protection for its responses to the requests for information contained in the Appendix to the Commission's Order dated August 12, 2016, is granted. 2. The designated materials in BREC's response, Item 5, shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for five years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. The designated materials in BREC's response, Item 24, shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 4. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, section 13(9). 5. BREC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 6. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, BREC shall have 20 days from receipt of written notice of the request to demonstrate that the designated materials still fall within the exclusions from disclosure requirements established in KRS 61.878. If BREC is unable to make such demonstration, the designated materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection.

2016-00235
1/2/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. BREC's petitions for confidential treatment for its responses to Staff's First Request, Item 1; KIUC's First Request, Items 2, 3, and 5; and KIUC's Second Request, Item 1 are granted. 2. KIUC's request for confidential treatment of KIUC's First Request, Items 3 and 5 is granted. 3. The designated materials for which confidential treatment has been granted shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 4. Use of the material in question in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001 , Section 13(9). 5. BREC shall inform the Commission if the material in question becomes publicly available or no longer qualifies for confidential treatment. 6. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the material granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the material has been granted confidential treatment has not expired, BREC 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 BREC is unable to make such demonstration, the requested material shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection.

2016-00306
1/2/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Farmers' motion for confidential protection is granted in part and denied in part. 2. Farmers' request for confidential protection for its response to Staff's Third Request, Items No. 1, 4 and 22, is granted, with the exception of the executive officer compensation and the spreadsheet page tabbed as "Totals" contained in the response to Staff's Third Request, Item 1. 3. Farmer's request for confidential protection for the executive officer compensation and the spreadsheet page tabbed as "Totals" contained in the response to Staff's Third Request, Item 1, is denied 4. The designated materials for which confidential protection was granted shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Order of the Commission. 5. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Farmers shall file a revised Response reflecting as unredacted the information that has been denied confidential treatment in accordance with ordering paragraph 3. 6. Use of the materials deemed confidential in any Commission proceeding shall comply with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 7. Farmers shall inform the Commission if the materials deemed confidential become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment.

2016-00365
1/2/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: LG&E is HEREBY ORDERED to satisfy the matters complained of or file a written answer to the complaint within ten days from the date of entry of this Order. Should documents of any kind by filed with the Commission in the course of this proceeding, the documents shall also 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 personal information cannot be read.

2018-00373
1/2/2019 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 199 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 209 Bryant Fork Road, Ezel, Morgan County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37°52'06.988" by West Longitude 83°24'43.883". 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 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00374
1/2/2019 20190102_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00152
1/2/2019 20190102_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00234
1/2/2019 20190102_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00004
1/2/2019 20190102_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00230
1/2/2019 20190102_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00281
1/3/2019 20190103_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. Kentucky Power's motion for confidential protection for its responses to Staff's First Request, Item 9, is denied as moot. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Kentucky Power shall file a revised response to Staff's First Request,

20000387
1/3/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1 . Atmos's petition for confidential protection for the designated materials in the application, Exhibit C, page 2 of 2, is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. Atmos shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Atmos 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 Atmos is unable to make such demonstration, the designated materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the designated materials available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow Atmos to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2015-00070
1/3/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Atmos's petition for confidential protection for the designated materials in the application, Exhibit C, Page 2 of 2, and Exhibit D, page 5 of 6 is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001 , Section 13(9). 4. Atmos shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Atmos 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 Atmos is unable to make such demonstration, the designated materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the designated materials available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow Atmos to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2015-00103
1/3/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Atmos's petition for confidential protection for the designated materials in the application, Exhibit C, page 2 of 2, and Exhibit D, page 5 of 6, is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. Atmos shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Atmos 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 Atmos is unable to make such demonstration, the designated materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the designated materials available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow Atmos to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2015-00220
1/3/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1 . EKPC's motions for confidential protection for its responses to the requests for information contained in the Appendix to the Commission's Order dated August 12, 2016; its responses to Staff's First Request, Item 15; and its responses to Staff's Post Hearing Request, Item 5, are granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for ten years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001 , Section 13(9). 4. EKPC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, EKPC 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 EKPC is unable to make such demonstration, the requested materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection.

2016-00231
1/3/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Appalachian Wireless 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, and to be located at 18555 U.S. Highway 25E, Pineville, Bell County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36° 48'06.6728" by West Longitude 83° 45'58.3251". 2. Appalachian Wireless shall immediately notify the Commission in writing, if, after the tower is built and utility service is commenced, the tower is not used for 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00344
1/3/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Whitley District #1 's request to deviate from the water storage requirements of 807 KAR 5:066, Section 4(4), is granted and approved through January 31, 2023, provided that a written water storage agreement is filed with the Commission on or before July 31 , 2019. The agreement must address, at a minimum, the amount of the allocation, the duration of the agreement, including any renewal periods, and the rights and obligations of the parties concerning the allocation , including during an emergency. 2. Whitley District #1 shall inform the Commission in writing if changes occur in either system that would cause the City Utilities Commission to have insufficient storage for Whitley District #1. 3. In the event that Whitley District #1 has not filed a written agreement with the City Utilities Commission by July 31 , 2019, the deviation granted in this order shall expire on August 1, 2019. 4. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraphs 1 or 2, shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 5. The Executive Director is delegated authority to grant reasonable extensions of time for the filing of any documents required by this Order upon Whitley District #1 's showing of good cause for such extension. 6. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00362
1/3/2019 20190103_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00358
1/3/2019 20190103_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00152
1/3/2019 20190103_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2018-00358
1/3/2019 20190103_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00294
1/3/2019 20190103_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00295
1/3/2019 20190103_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00230
1/4/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Atmos's petition for confidential protection for the designated materials in the application, Exhibit C, page 2 of 2, and Exhibit D, page 5 of 6, is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. Atmos shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Atmos 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 Atmos is unable to make such demonstration, the designated materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the designated materials available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow Atmos to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2015-00327
1/4/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Atmos's petition for confidential protection for the designated materials in the application, Exhibit C, page 2 of 2, and Exhibit D, page 5 of 6, is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. Atmos shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Atmos 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 Atmos is unable to make such demonstration, the designated materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the designated materials available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow Atmos to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2015-00424
1/4/2019 20190104_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00358
1/4/2019 20190104_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00370
1/4/2019 20190104_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2018-00358
1/4/2019 20190104_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00418
1/4/2019 20190104_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00156
1/7/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1 . LG&E's petition for confidential protection for the designated materials in the application, Exhibit B-1, pages 5- 6, is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. LG&E shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, LG&E 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 LG&E is unable to make such demonstration, the designated materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the designated materials available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow LG&E to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2015-00105
1/7/2019 STAFF_REPORT

Notice of Filing of Staff Report

2018-00321
1/7/2019 20190107_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00040
1/8/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. LG&E's petition for confidential protection for the designated materials in the application, Exhibit B-1, pages 5-6 is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. LG&E shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, LG&E 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 LG&E is unable to make such demonstration, the designated materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the designated materials available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow LG&E to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2015-00218
1/8/2019 20190108_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00358
1/8/2019 20190108_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00181
1/8/2019 20190108_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00281
1/9/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. LG&E's petition for confidential protection for the designated materials in the application, Exhibit B-1, pages 6-7 is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. LG&E shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, LG&E 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 LG&E is unable to make such demonstration, the designated materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the designated materials available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow LG&E to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2015-00429
1/9/2019 20190109_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00358
1/9/2019 20190109_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00230
1/9/2019 20190109_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00358
1/10/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Nancy Mieure and Ricky Walls are appointed to fill the two vacant seats identified in the August 31, 2018 Order. Nancy Mieure's term shall expire May 17, 2021, and Ricky Walls' term shall expire June 15, 2020. 2. The Executive Director shall serve a copy of this Order upon the Calloway County Judge/Executive, the members of the Calloway County Fiscal Court, the Calloway County Attorney, and the South 641 District's Board of Commissioners. 3. This proceeding is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2017-00426
1/10/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Thacker-Grigsby is granted a CPCN to construct new facilities as set forth in its application and as described in this order. 2. Should the costs of the construction authorized herein exceed by more than 10 percent the estimated costs contained in the application, Thacker-Grigsby shall immediately notify the Commission in writing of the adjustment and include an explanation of the additional costs for the Commission's approval. 3. As provided for in this Order, Thacker-Grigsby 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. 4. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraph 2 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.

2018-00405
1/10/2019 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 Water are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by North Shelby Water on and after January 1, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, North Shelby Water shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00420
1/10/2019 20190110_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00230
1/10/2019 20190110_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00378
1/10/2019 20190110_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00358
1/11/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. BREC's petition for confidential protection for certain information contained in its responses to Staff's Initial Request, Items 3, 9, and 17; Attorney General's Initial Request, Item 1; and KIUC's Initial Request, Items 4, 5, 6, and 9, and as described herein, are granted. 2. The designated information contained in BREC's responses to Staff's Initial Request, Items 3, 9, and 17; Attorney General's Initial Request, Item 1; and KIUC's Initial Request, Items 4, 5, 6, and 9 shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for five years or until further Order 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. BREC shall inform the Commission if the materials in question become publicly available or no longer qualifies for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, BREC 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 BREC is unable to make such demonstration, the requested material shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection.

2018-00146
1/11/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Hyden-Leslie County Water District

2018-00411
1/11/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. No later than April 5, 2019, 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 Crittenden-Livingston District'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 Crittenden-Livingston District's financial condition supports a higher rate than Crittenden-Livingston District proposes or the assessment of an additional rate or charge not proposed in Crittenden-Livingston District's Application, Crittenden-Livingston District in its response to the Commission Staff Report shall also state its position in writing on whether 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 Crittenden-Livingston District accounts for depreciation of Crittenden-Livingston District's assets, Crittenden-Livingston District in its response to Commission Staff Report shall also state its position in writing on whether Commission should require Crittenden-Livingston District to implement proposed change for accounting purposes. 5.

2018-00414
1/11/2019 20190111_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00394
1/14/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. BREC's petition for confidential protection for certain information contained in its responses to Staff's Supplemental Request, Item 5, KIUC's Supplemental Request, Item 16, and the attachments to BREC's responses to KIUC's Supplemental Request, Items 7 and 10, as described herein, are granted. 2. The designated information contained in BREC's responses to Staff's Supplemental Request, Item 5 and KIUC's Supplemental Request, Item 16 as well as the attachment to BREC's response to KIUC's Supplemental Request, Item 10, shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for five years from July 26, 2018, or until further Order of this Commission. 3. The designated information contained in the attachment to BREC's response to KIUC's Supplemental Request, Item 7 (referred to in the Order as the HMPL Exit Analysis), shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for five years from July 6, 2018, or until further Order of this Commission. 4. Use of the material in question in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 5. BREC shall inform the Commission if the materials in question become publicly available or no longer qualifies for confidential treatment.

2018-00146
1/14/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. To satisfy 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 core course described in the Appendix attached hereto, each of which will be offered at every Commission seminar. 2. All other requirements adopted by the Commission in its final order in Case 2018-00085 shall remain in place and are incorporated by reference in this Order. 3. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00019
1/14/2019 20190114_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00281
1/15/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. BREC's petition for confidential protection for certain information contained in the Berry Supplemental Testimony, as described herein, is granted. 2. The designated information contained in the Berry Supplemental Testimony shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for five years or until further Order 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. BREC shall inform the Commission if the materials in question become publicly available or no longer qualifies for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, BREC 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 BREC 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 materials available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualifies for confidential treatment in order to allow BREC to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2018-00146
1/15/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00272
1/15/2019 STAFF_REPORT

Notice of Filing of Staff Report

2018-00314
1/15/2019 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 U.S. 60 District are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by U.S. 60 District on and after January 1, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, U.S. 60 District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein.

2018-00421
1/15/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of ($0.3600) per 1 ,000 gallons is denied. 2. The rates proposed by Union District are denied. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Union District on and after January 1, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Union District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00423
1/16/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. LG&E's petition for confidential protection for the designated materials in the application, Exhibit B-1, pages 6-7 is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. LG&E shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, LG&E 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 LG&E is unable to make such demonstration, the designated materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the designated materials available for inspection for 20 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow LG&E to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2015-00329
1/16/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Within 14 days of the date of entry of this Order Sherry Basore may file with the Commission any reply to Kentucky-American's response, and to provide the Commission with any additional information that she feels is relevant.

2018-00312
1/16/2019 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 199 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at Highway 78, Liberty, Casey County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37° 27' 17.626" by West Longitude 84° 59' 26.115". 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 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00359
1/16/2019 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, to be located at 3302 Ky 15 S, Campton, Wolfe County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37° 41 '54.945" by West Longitude 83° 31 '10.109". 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00360
1/16/2019 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 320 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 1240 Gilliam Road, Jackson, Lee County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37° 33'47.78" by West Longitude 83° 33'52.60". 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00363
1/16/2019 20190116_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00230
1/16/2019 20190116_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00419
1/16/2019 20190116_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00307
1/17/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. EKPC's June 13, 2016 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for ten years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. EKPC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, EKPC shall have 30 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. EKPC 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow EKPC to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2012-00428
1/17/2019 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 in height, with attached antennas, to be located at at Humphrey Lane, Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37°21 '50.17" by West Longitude 88°12'51.76". 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00395
1/17/2019 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, 2019. 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.

2018-00425
1/17/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Frontier and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings by Frontier on and after February 1, 2019. 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. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00428
1/17/2019 20190117_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2015-00025
1/17/2019 20190117_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00412
1/17/2019 20190117_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00403
1/18/2019 20190118_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00413
1/22/2019 STAFF_REPORT

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2018-00346
1/22/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Verizon is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 260 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at Highway 22 East, Owenton, Owen County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 38° 31' 43.55" by West Longitude 84° 47' 57.55". 2. Verizon 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. Verizon shall file a copy of the final decision regarding the pending KAZC application 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 post-case file. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00401
1/22/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Meade District's PWA application is denied. 2. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00430
1/22/2019 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 in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 544 Adaburg Tower Lane, Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37°35'25.53" by West Longitude 86°51'29.35". 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 FFA and KAZC 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 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00431
1/22/2019 20190122_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00291
1/22/2019 20190122_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00468
1/22/2019 20190122_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00369
1/22/2019 20190122_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2016-00142
1/22/2019 20190122_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00017
1/23/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. KU's June 6, 2012 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. KU shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, KU shall have 30 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 KU 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow KU to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2012-00232
1/23/2019 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2018-00145
1/23/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Horvath Towers is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 275 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at Owingsville Road, Mount Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky, 40353. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 38°05'25.25" by West Longitude 83°53'55.87". 2. Horvath Towers 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. Horvath Towers 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 post-case correspondence file. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00402
1/23/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Hyden-Leslie District's application seeking Commission approval to issue certain securities for the purpose of refinancing a short-term outstanding obligation to the District is denied as moot. 2. This case is now closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00411
1/23/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00416
1/23/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. No later than May 15, 2019, 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 Graves District'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 Graves District's financial condition supports a higher rate than Graves District proposes or the assessment of an additional rate or charge not proposed in Graves District's Application, Graves 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. 4. If Commission Staff finds that changes should be made to the manner in which Graves District accounts for the depreciation of Graves District's assets, Graves District in its response to the Commission Staff Report shall also state its position in writing on whether the Commission should require Graves District to implement the proposed change for accounting purposes.

2018-00429
1/23/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Kenergy is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Whitesville, Kentucky for electric transmission and distribution service. 2. If Kenergy is not the successful bidder on the franchise, Kenergy shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a written notice stating that Kenergy was not the successful bidder. 3. If Kenergy is the successful bidder on the franchise, Kenergy shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise, file with the Commission a copy of the executed franchise agreement and a statement disclosing the amount of the initial franchise fee. 4. If Kenergy is the successful bidder for the franchise, Kenergy 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 Whitesville, Kentucky. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00021
1/23/2019 20190123_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00303
1/23/2019 20190123_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00028
1/23/2019 20190123_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2014-00452
1/23/2019 20190123_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00418
1/24/2019 20190124_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky's March 31, 2014 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders

2011-00450
1/24/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky's May 15, 2015 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for ten years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials 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 designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Duke Kentucky shall have 30 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 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.

2012-00180
1/24/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The materials for which Duke Kentucky seeks confidential treatment do not meet the criteria for confidential protection as defined in KRS 61.878(1 )(c) and 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13, and therefore Duke Kentucky's Motion for Confidential Treatment is denied. 2. Within 30 days of the date of this Order, Duke Kentucky shall file revised pages reflecting as unredacted the information that has been denied confidential treatment. 3. The materials for which Duke Kentucky seeks confidential protection shall not be placed in the public record for 30 days following the date of this Order to allow Duke Kentucky to seek any remedy afforded by law.

2012-00220
1/24/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. EKPC's February 24, 2015 and April 14, 2015 petitions for confidential protection are granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for ten years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. EKPC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, EKPC shall have 30 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 EKPC 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow EKPC to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2014-00451
1/24/2019 20190124_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. BREC's November 30, 2015 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of th

2015-00333
1/24/2019 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 materials granted confidential treatment by this Order, Atmos shall have 30 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 Atmos is unable to make such demonstration, the requested materials shall be made available for inspection. 6. The Commission shall not make the requested material available for inspection for 30 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.

2018-00337
1/24/2019 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2018-00432
1/24/2019 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 Mclean District are denied. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by North Mclean District on and after February 10, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, North Mclean District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00023
1/24/2019 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 Wurtland, Kentucky for electric transmission and distribution service. 2. If Kentucky Power is not the successful bidder on the franchise, 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 on the franchise, Kentucky Power shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise, 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 for the franchise, 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 Wurtland, Kentucky. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00025
1/24/2019 20190124_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00427
1/24/2019 20190124_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00268
1/24/2019 20190124_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00274
1/24/2019 20190124_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00398
1/24/2019 20190124_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00186
1/24/2019 20190124_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2014-00227
1/24/2019 20190124_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2014-00372
1/24/2019 20190124_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2014-00450
1/24/2019 20190124_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2014-00453
1/24/2019 20190124_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00230
1/24/2019 20190124_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00261
1/24/2019 20190124_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00302
1/24/2019 20190124_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2018-00230
1/24/2019 20190124_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2018-00302
1/25/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Shelby Energy's February 14, 2017 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. Shelby Energy shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Shelby Energy shall have 30 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 Shelby Energy 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow Shelby Energy to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2016-00434
1/25/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Whitley District #1 's February 8, 2017 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. Whitley District #1 shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Whitley District #1 shall have 30 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 Whitley District #1 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow Whitley District #1 to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2017-00068
1/25/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Inter-County Energy are denied. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for services rendered by Inter-County Energy on and after the date of this Order. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Inter-County Energy 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.

2018-00129
1/25/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Atmos's petition for confidential protection for its responses to the requests for information set forth by this Commission in Appendix B to its July 24, 2018 Order in Case No. 2018-00233 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 information contained in attachments to its responses to the following requests for information from Commission Staff: Staff-DR-01-002, Response and Attachments 2a, 2b, 2c, and 2d; Staff-DR-01-003, Attachments 3a and 3b; Staff-DR-01-007, Response; and Staff-DR-01-008, Attachments 8-1 C, 8-2C, 8-3C, 8-4C, 8-5C, and 8-6C 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 materials granted confidential treatment by this Order, Atmos shall have 30 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.

2018-00337
1/25/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. MClmetro'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 MClmetro's request for the assignment of a new thousand-number block for the Pikeville rate center in Kentucky is hereby overturned. 3. The Pooling Administrator shall assign MCI metro a single thousand-number block for the Pikeville rate center. 4. The numbering resources considered in this Order are to be assigned for the sole use of MClmetro's customers. If the numbering resources requested by MClmetro are no longer required to meet the service, the associated numbering resources approved in this Order shall be returned to the Pooling Administrator. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00030
1/25/2019 20190125_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00441
1/25/2019 20190125_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00169
1/25/2019 20190125_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2014-00228
1/25/2019 20190125_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00371
1/28/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. BREC's February 20, 2015 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials in BREC's responses to Items 5, 6, 9, and 11 shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for two years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. The designated materials in BREC's responses to Items 25, with the exception of the attachment to Item 25(b)(iv) shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for one year, or until further Orders of this Commission. 4. The designated materials in BREC's responses to Items 25(b)(iv) shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 5. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 6. BREC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 7. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, BREC shall have 30 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.

2014-00455
1/28/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Marion District is authorized to establish a regulatory asset for the actual, incremental costs for Lebanon's rate case expense resulting from Case No. 2018-00417. 2. Marion District is authorized to establish a regulatory asset to begin with an initial balance of $0 and increase each month by $2,000 for thirty-six (36) months as Marion District pays the rate case expense surcharge to Lebanon. At the end of thirty-six (36) months, the regulatory asset will quit accumulating a principal balance. 3. Marion District is authorized to add a carrying charge to the regulatory asset to account for the time value of money. The carrying charge will be equal to the weighted average of Marion District's long-term debt interest rate, which is 2.502 percent. 4. The regulatory asset accounts established in this case are for accounting purposes only. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00329
1/28/2019 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 199 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 10256 Cumberland Falls Highway, Williamsburg, Whitley County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36°51 '25.63" by West Longitude 84°13'44.32". 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00417
1/28/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Navitas is denied. 2. The rate set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered by Navitas on and after February 1, 2019. Although Navitas's GCR rate application 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, 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. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00013
1/28/2019 20190128_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00371
1/28/2019 20190128_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00195
1/29/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00410
1/29/2019 20190129_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00306
1/29/2019 20190129_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00017
1/30/2019 20190130_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00413
1/30/2019 20190130_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00230
1/31/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00424
1/31/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Sentra is denied. 2. The rate set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered on and after February 1, 2019. 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 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.

2018-00432
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00294
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00295
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2018-00294
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST02.pdf

Data Request

2018-00294
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST03.pdf

Data Request

2018-00294
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST04.pdf

Data Request

2018-00294
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST05.pdf

Data Request

2018-00294
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2018-00295
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST02.pdf

Data Request

2018-00295
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST03.pdf

Data Request

2018-00295
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST04.pdf

Data Request

2018-00295
1/31/2019 20190131_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00230
1/31/2019 20190131_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2018-00230
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00370
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST06.pdf

Data Request

2018-00294
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST07.pdf

Data Request

2018-00294
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST05.pdf

Data Request

2018-00295
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST06.pdf

Data Request

2018-00295
1/31/2019 20190131_DATA_REQUEST07.pdf

Data Request

2018-00295
2/1/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. EKPC's August 24, 2018 motion for confidential treatment is granted. 2. The designated materials for which EKPC seeks confidential treatment shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period 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. EKPC 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 , then EKPC shall have 30 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 EKPC 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 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow EKPC to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2018-00292
2/1/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. KRWA's Training Program scheduled to take place on February 20, 2018, and February 21 , 2018, is hereby conditionally approved and accredited for up to six hours of annual water district management training for water district commissioners seeking to satisfy the training requirements set forth in in KRS 74.020(6) and (7). 2. KRWA'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. KRWA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the Training Program. 4. No later than 30 days after the scheduled training program, KRWA shall file with the Commission: a. A sworn statement attesting that the accredited instruction was performed, including a statement that the materials regarding each session were distributed as required by the Commission herein; 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 sessions that was not previously provided to the Commission.

2019-00026
2/1/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.20 per 1 ,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Fleming County Water are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Fleming County Water on and after February 1, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Fleming County Water shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00033
2/1/2019 20190201_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00281
2/4/2019 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, to be located at Hopkins Cave, Sandy Hook, Elliot County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 38° 08'09.064" by West Longitude 83° 09'51.404". 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00349
2/4/2019 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 in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 400 Evelyn Road, Beattyville, Lee County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37°37'53.58" by West Longitude 84°48'31 .51 ". 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00384
2/5/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Fifth Request for Information to Black Mountain Utility District

2018-00068
2/5/2019 DATA_REQUEST01

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

2018-00068
2/5/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. This Complaint is dismissed without prejudice. 2. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00215
2/5/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. No later than March 25, 2019, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report containing its findings and recommendations regarding P. R. Wastewater Management's requested rate adjustment. 2. All provisions of the Commission's November 27, 2018 Order in conflict with the provisions of this Order are vacated. All other provisions of the November 27, 2018 Order shall remain in effect.

2018-00339
2/6/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to Viasat Carrier Services, Inc.

2018-00330
2/6/2019 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 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.

2018-00433
2/6/2019 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 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.

2018-00434
2/7/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The motion of W. Jeffrey Scott and W. Jeffrey Scott, P.S.C., to withdraw as legal counsel for Grayson RECC in this matter is granted.

2018-00272
2/7/2019 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 320 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located near Pilot Road in Stanton, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37°45'48.43" by West Longitude 83°45'59.93".9 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00375
2/7/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.11 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Sharpsburg District are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Sharpsburg District on and after January 15, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Sharpsburg District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. Within 30 days of the date of entry of this Order, Sharpsburg District shall file with the Commission Proof of Notice pursuant to 807 KAR 5:068, Section 5(3). 6. Any document filed pursuant to ordering paragraph 5 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00022
2/7/2019 20190207_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00306
2/7/2019 20190207_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00295
2/7/2019 20190207_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2018-00295
2/7/2019 20190207_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00294
2/7/2019 20190207_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2018-00294
2/7/2019 20190207_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00028
2/7/2019 20190207_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00261
2/8/2019 20190208_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00378
2/8/2019 20190208_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00017
2/8/2019 20190208_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00261
2/11/2019 20190211_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00281
2/11/2019 20190211_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00002
2/11/2019 20190211_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00003
2/11/2019 20190211_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00004
2/11/2019 20190211_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00005
2/11/2019 20190211_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00006
2/11/2019 20190211_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00007
2/11/2019 20190211_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00008
2/11/2019 20190211_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00009
2/11/2019 20190211_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00208
2/12/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1 . Atmos's petition for confidential protection for designated material contained in the GCA Application, Attachments C-D is granted. 2. The designated 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 the Commission. 3. Use of the designated material 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 material granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the material has been granted confidential treatment has not expired, then Atmos shall have 30 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 30 days following an Order finding that the material no longer qualifies for confidential treatment in order to allow Atmos to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2018-00425
2/12/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Kentucky Power's request to extend the expiration date of the coal-related provisions of Tariff C.S. - Coal, Tariff C.S. - l.R.P., and Tariff - E.D.R. from December 31, 2018, to December 31, 2019, is granted and effective as of the date of the entry of this Order. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Kentucky Power shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets setting out the revised expiration dates approved herein and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order. 3. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00426
2/12/2019 20190212_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00369
2/13/2019 20190213_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00008
2/13/2019 20190213_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00009
2/13/2019 20190213_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00014
2/13/2019 20190213_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00015
2/13/2019 20190213_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00253
2/13/2019 20190213_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00358
2/14/2019 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 199 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 297 Parmleysville Road, Monticello, Kentucky 42633 in Wayne County. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36°39'50.215" by West Longitude 84°48'42.829". 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00388
2/14/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1 . The rates proposed by Columbia Kentucky and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for billing beginning on March 1, 2019. Although Columbia Kentucky's GCA application 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. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Columbia Kentucky 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.

2019-00040
2/14/2019 20190214_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00036
2/14/2019 20190214_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00291
2/14/2019 20190214_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00369
2/14/2019 20190214_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00369
2/15/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Nixutil's request for deviations from the filing requirements in 807 KAR 5:076, Section 4(1 )(d), and 807 KAR 5:076, Section 4(1 )(f), is hereby granted. 2. Nixutil's application shall be deemed fi led on February 4, 2019.

2019-00024
2/15/2019 20190215_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00304
2/15/2019 20190215_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00059
2/18/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Within one week from the date of the issuance of this Order, AT&T Mobility shall file a response into the record of this case confirming or denying its intention to work cooperatively with Appalachian Wireless to evaluate the potential for colocation of its proposed wireless communications facility. 2. Within one week from the date of the issuance of this Order, AT&T Mobility shall file a response into the record of this case confirming or denying its intention to delay the decision of the Commission regarding the issuance of a CPCN of its proposed wireless communications facility until a new structural analysis can be performed on Appalachian Wireless's Cawood Tower.

2019-00020
2/18/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Webster District's proposed tariff revision is suspended for five months from March 1, 2019, up to and including July 31, 2019. 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 the 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. 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.

2019-00048
2/18/2019 20190218_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00291
2/18/2019 20190218_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00142
2/18/2019 20190218_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00371
2/19/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Post-hearing data requests shall be filed in the record on or before February 22, 2019. 2. Responses to post-hearing data requests shall be filed in the record on or before March 8, 2019. 3. If the Attorney General files a post-hearing brief, the post-hearing brief shall be filed on or before March 15, 2019. 4. If the Attorney General files a post-hearing brief, Grayson may file its post-hearing brief on or before March 22, 2019. 5. This case shall stand submitted for decision by the Commission effective 12:01 a.m., Eastern Standard Time, on March 23, 2019.

2018-00272
2/19/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00416
2/19/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Within 30 days of the date of this Order, Mr. Bollinger shall file copies of all water bills issued to Mr. Bollinger by Kentucky-American that support the allegations made in the Complaint.

2019-00016
2/19/2019 20190219_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00291
2/20/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Within 14 days of the date of this Order, Elkhorn District shall notify its customers of the implementation of the rates calculated in the Staff Report by publishing notice of the increase in a newspaper of general circulation in its territory or placing an insert in bills rendered to its customers. The customer notice shall be in the format set forth in the Appendix to this Order. 2. Elkhorn District shall provide proof of publication of the notice to the Commission no later than March 8, 2019. 3. If the Commission does not receive any written requests for intervention or a hearing in this matter within 30 days of publication of new rates, this case shall stand submitted to the Commission for decision based upon the existing record.

2018-00145
2/20/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.11 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Bath District are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Bath District on and after January 15, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Bath District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. Within 30 days of the date of entry of this Order, Bath District shall file with the Commission Proof of Notice pursuant to 807 KAR 5:068, Section 5(3). 6. Any document filed pursuant to ordering paragraph 5 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00422
2/20/2019 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Telephonic Informal Conference

2018-00424
2/20/2019 20190220_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00413
2/21/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The record of Case No. 2017-00032 is hereby incorporated by reference. 2. The $6,000 fine assessed against Marshall Environmental in Case No. 2017-00032, representing the suspended portion of the $10,000 fine assessed in that proceeding, is now due and payable for Marshall Environmental's willful failure to comply with KRS 278.230(3), 807 KAR 5:006, Section 4(2), KRS 278.140 and the September 28, 2017 Order of Case No. 2017-00032. 3. Marshall Environmental is assessed a penalty of $2,500, pursuant to KRS 278.990( ), for its willful failure to comply with the Commission's December 6, 2018 Order by failing to appear at the formal hearing held January 31, 2019, at which neither Marshall Environmental nor a representative for Marshall Environmental appeared. 4. Marshall Environmental shall pay the assessed penalties, totaling $8,500, within 30 days of the date of this Order. Payment shall be by certified check or money order made payable to "Treasurer, Commonwealth of Kentucky" and shall be mailed or delivered to Office of General Counsel, Public Service Commission of Kentucky, 211 Sower Boulevard, P.0. Box 615, Frankfort, Kentucky 40602-0615. 5. The Executive Director shall serve a copy of this Order on Marshall Environmental by certified mail.

2018-00264
2/21/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Post0Hearing Request for Information to Grayson Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation

2018-00272
2/21/2019 20190221_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00394
2/21/2019 20190221_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00017
2/21/2019 20190221_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00294
2/21/2019 20190221_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00295
2/22/2019 20190222_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00418
2/25/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Viasat is designated as an ETC in the census blocks in which it was the winning bidder in the GAF II Auction as identified in Exhibit A to Viasat's application. 2. The designation of Viasat as an ETC is conditioned on Viasat's compliance with the representations and commitments made by Viasat in this matter, applicable statutes, and FCC rules, regulations and orders. 3. Viasat shall be eligible to receive federal USF support in the areas in which it has been designated as an ETC. 4. Viasat shall advertise the availability of and charges for these services using media of general distribution. 5. Viasat shall comply with the FCC's annual certification process for Lifeline customers. 6. A copy of this Order shall be served upon the FCC and the USAC. 7. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00330
2/25/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The designation of Gibson Connect as an ETC is granted. 2. Gibson Connect is designated as an ETC for the purpose of receiving Federal High-Cost and Low-Income support from the Federal USF in the census blocks as stated in the application. 3. Gibson Connect shall advertise the availability of and charges for these services using media of general distribution. 4. Gibson Connect shall comply with the FCC's annual certification process for Lifeline customers. 5. Gibson Connect is a utility under the definitions contained in KRS 278.010(3), and shall include revenue generated from the sale of intrastate wireline service, including Lifeline revenues, in its reports filed pursuant to KRS 278.140. 6. A copy of this Order shall be served upon the FCC and the USAC. 7. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00333
2/25/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. No later than March 19, 2019, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report containing its findings regarding Cannonsburg District'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 and recommendations contained in the Commission Staff Report; and b. Any additional evidence for the Commission to consider. 3. If Commission Staff finds that Cannonsburg District's financial condition supports a higher rate than Cannonsburg District proposes or the assessment of an additional rate or charge not proposed in Cannonsburg District's application, Cannonsburg District, in its responses 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 recommend an additional rate or charge. 4. If Commission Staff recommends changes in the manner in which Cannonsburg District accounts for the depreciation of Cannonsburg District's assets, Cannonsburg District, in its response to the Commission Staff Report, shall also state its position in writing on whether the Commission should require Cannonsburg District to implement the proposed change for accounting purposes.

2018-00376
2/25/2019 PSC_IC_NOTICE

Commission Staff's Notice of Informal Conference

2018-00387
2/27/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1 . The Attorney General's motion requesting the Commission to initiate an investigation pursuant to KRS 278.300 regarding B & H's evidences of indebtedness is granted. 2. This proceeding is held in abeyance until further order of the Commission. 3. B & H shall not put its proposed rate increase into effect until further order of the Commission is issued.

2018-00433
2/27/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: . The Attorney General's motion requesting the Commission to initiate an investigation pursuant to KRS 278.300 regarding Johnson County's evidences of indebtedness is granted. 2. This proceeding is held in abeyance until further order of the Commission. 3. Johnson County shall not put its proposed rate increase into effect until further order of the Commission is issued.

2018-00434
2/27/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. EKPC's proposed tariffs to discontinue the five DSM programs listed above are approved for service rendered on and after March 1, 2019. 2. EKPC's proposed tariffs to revise the six DSM tariffs listed above are suspended for one day, and shall become effective March 2, 2019, subject to change prospectively. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, EKPC shall, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, file revised DSM tariffs for the five discontinued DSM programs as approved herein, reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order and shall file revised tariffs for the six revised DSM programs suspended herein, reflecting that they were allowed to become effective on March 2, 2019, subject to change prospectively. 4. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed. 5. a. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed and shall include the name of the witness who will be responsible for responding to questions related to the information provided, with copies to all parties of record, and the original and ten copies to the Commission. Electronic documents shall be in portable document format (PDF), shall be searchable, and shall be appropriately bookmarked.

2019-00059
2/27/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The proposed tariffs to discontinue DSM programs, except the Salt River DSM-3(b), Direct Load Control Program-Commercial, are approved for service rendered on and after March 1, 2019. 2. The proposed tariffs to revise existing DSM programs and to implement new DSM programs and the Salt River tariff to discontinue DSM-3(b), Direct Load Control Program-Commercial, are suspended for one day, and shall become effective March 2, 2019, subject to change prospectively. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, the Distribution Cooperatives shall, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, file revised DSM tariffs for the discontinued programs as approved herein, reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order and shall file revised tariffs for the new and revised DSM programs suspended herein, reflecting that they were allowed to become effective on March 2, 2019, subject to change prospectively. 4. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed. 5. a. Responses to requests for information shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed and shall include the name of the witness who will be responsible for responding to questions related to the information provided, with copies to all parties of record, and the original and ten copies to the Commission. Electronic documents shall be in portable document format (PDF), shall be searchable, and shall be appropriately bookmarked.

2019-00060
2/27/2019 20190227_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00017
2/27/2019 20190227_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00055
2/27/2019 20190227_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00056
2/27/2019 20190227_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00372
2/28/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. EKPC's request for a CPCN to construct a fuel oil system at its Bluegrass Station is granted. 2. EKPC's request for a deviation from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 15(2)(d)(2) is granted. 3. EKPC shall file "as-built" drawings or plans within 60 days of completion of the construction authorized by this Order. 4. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph 3 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00292
2/28/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Nolin RECC is authorized to borrow from CFC up to $25,000,000 as identified in the application, but no more than the amount to satisfy the 2018-2022 Construction Plan. The loan maturity date and interest rate shall be as described in Nolin RECC's application. 2. Nolin RECC shall execute the CFC loan documents as authorized herein. 3. Nolin RECC 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 post-case correspondence file. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00424
2/28/2019 20190228_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. Drakesboro shall submit to the Commission, by the close of business on Friday, March 1, 2019, a written response to the allegations contained in the Staff Report. 2. In addition to addressing the specific allegations and findings of violation in the Staff Report, Drakesboro shall state in its response whether it has entered into a written contract with a qualified third party to operate and maintain the city's gas system or it shall shut down operation of the system. 3. Drakesboro shall appear on March 8, 2019, at 10 a.m., Eastern Standard 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 5:027, and of showing cause why it should not be subject to the penalties prescribed in KRS 278.992(1) for these alleged violations. 4. If Drakesboro states in its response to this Order that either it has contracted with a qualified third party to operate and maintain its gas system or it has shut down operation of the system, the hearing set in

2019-00065
2/28/2019 20190228_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00011
2/28/2019 20190228_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00028
2/28/2019 20190228_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00291
2/28/2019 20190228_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00291
3/1/2019 20190301_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00261
3/1/2019 20190301_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00294
3/1/2019 20190301_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00295
3/4/2019 20190304_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00065
3/4/2019 20190304_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2014-00258
3/5/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. EKPC's August 5, 2016 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for ten years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. EKPC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, EKPC shall have 30 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 EKPC 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow EKPC to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2016-00116
3/5/2019 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 199 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at South Highway 421, Manchester, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37°05'55.11 0" by West Longitude 83°42'09.845". 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 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00350
3/5/2019 STAFF_REPORT

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2018-00387
3/5/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The Attorney General's motion is granted.

2018-00433
3/5/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of ($0.0800) per 1,000 gallons is denied. 2. The rates proposed by Beech Grove Water are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Beech Grove Water on and after March 15, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Beech Grove Water shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00031
3/5/2019 20190305_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00369
3/5/2019 20190305_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00159
3/6/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: The Attorney General's motion is granted.

2018-00434
3/6/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The proposed transfer of Mr. Rich's interest in Kentucky Frontier to Mr. Shute, pursuant to the terms of the Agreement, is approved, subject to the conditions set forth in ordering paragraphs 2 through 4, as of the date of this Order. 2. Mr. Shute shall notify the Commission in writing of the closing of the transaction with ten days of the closing. 3. If the transaction does not close within 90 days of the date of this Order, Mr. Shute shall file with the Commission a report on the status of the efforts to complete the transfer. 4. Any material revision to the proposed transaction shall be approved by the Commission in order for the amendment to be effective. 5. Any documents filed pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2, 3, and 4 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the post-case 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 a showing of good cause for such an extension. 7. The case shall be closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00018
3/6/2019 20190306_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00055
3/6/2019 20190306_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00056
3/7/2019 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 Milburn are denied. 3. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for services rendered by Milburn on and after the date of this Order. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Milburn 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. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00314
3/7/2019 20190307_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00294
3/7/2019 20190307_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00295
3/8/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky's November 23, 2016 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for ten years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials 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 designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Duke Kentucky shall have 30 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 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.

2016-00349
3/8/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Hardin District No. 1 's application proposing an alternative inspection schedule for all its lift stations pursuant to 807 KAR 5:071, Section 7(4), of once every month is denied. 2. Hardin District No. 1 is granted a deviation allowing for inspection of primary lift stations on a weekly schedule and secondary lift stations on a monthly schedule. 3. Hardin District No. 1 's motion for an extension of time to file its response to Commission Staff's Second Request for Information up to and including December 3, 2018, is granted and its Response is accepted as timely filed November 30, 2018. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00166
3/8/2019 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 in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 4784 Tomahawk Road, Tomahawk, Kentucky. The Coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37°52"16.65" by West Longitude 82°36"48.39". 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 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00385
3/8/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in Appendix A, attached hereto and incorporated herein, shall be followed in this proceeding. 2. The information requested in Appendix B to this order shall be filed 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 the origin al and six copies to the Commission. 3. a. Responses to requests for information, including those set forth in Appendix B, 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.

2018-00415
3/8/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. No later than August 2, 2019, 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 Manchester Water'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 Manchester Water's financial condition supports a higher rate than North Manchester Water proposes or the assessment of an additional rate or charge not proposed in North Manchester Water's Application, North Manchester Water 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 Manchester Water accounts for the depreciation of North Manchester Water's assets, North Manchester Water in its response to the Commission Staff Report shall also state its position in writing on whether the Commission should require North Manchester Water to implement the proposed change for accounting purposes.

2019-00052
3/8/2019 20190308_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00208
3/11/2019 20190311_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00468
3/11/2019 20190311_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00281
3/11/2019 20190311_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00002
3/11/2019 20190311_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00003
3/11/2019 20190311_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00004
3/11/2019 20190311_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00005
3/11/2019 20190311_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00006
3/11/2019 20190311_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00007
3/11/2019 20190311_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00065
3/11/2019 20190311_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00294
3/11/2019 20190311_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2018-00294
3/11/2019 20190311_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00295
3/11/2019 20190311_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2018-00295
3/11/2019 20190311_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00084
3/12/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2019-00046
3/12/2019 20190312_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00065
3/12/2019 20190312_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00041
3/13/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Nolin RECC's December 29, 2016, February 16, 2017, March 15, 2017, March 21, 2017, and April 21, 2017 petitions for confidential protection are granted. 2. The designated materials in Nolin's December 29. 2016, March 21, 2017, and April 21, 2017 petitions shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. The designated materials in Nolin's February 16, 2017 Petition Responses and March 15, 2017 Petition Responses shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for ten years or until further Orders of this Commission. 4. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 5. Nolin RECC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment.

2016-00367
3/13/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Grayson RECC's petition for confidential protection for the information contained its Response to No. 16 to the Attorney General's Initial Data Request is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period or until further Order 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 . Grayson RECC 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 and the period during which the material has been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Grayson RECC shall have 30 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 Grayson RECC is unable to make such demonstration, the requested material shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection.

2018-00272
3/13/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Supplemental Post-Hearing Request for Information to Grayson Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation

2018-00272
3/13/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of ($0.0700) per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Henderson District are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Henderson District on and after March 31, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Henderson District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00050
3/13/2019 20190313_STAFF_NOTICE.pdf

Staff Notice

2018-00295
3/13/2019 20190313_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00291
3/13/2019 20190313_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00055
3/13/2019 20190313_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00056
3/13/2019 20190313_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00369
3/13/2019 20190313_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00007
3/13/2019 20190313_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00041
3/13/2019 20190313_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2015-00264
3/14/2019 20190314_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00358
3/15/2019 20190315_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00181
3/15/2019 20190315_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00208
3/18/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2019-00048
3/18/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Natural Energy and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after April 1, 2019. 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 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.

2019-00057
3/18/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Bluegrass are denied. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered on and after April 1, 2019. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Bluegrass shall tile 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.

2019-00062
3/18/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Green-Taylor Water District

2019-00071
3/19/2019 STAFF_REPORT

Notice of Filing of Staff Report

2018-00376
3/19/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1 . KU is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Mount Sterling, 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 the said city. 7. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00085
3/20/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The findings contained in the Staff Report are adopted and incorporated by reference into this Order. 2. The rates originally proposed by Western Lewis-Rectorville District are denied. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Western Lewis-Rectorville District shall file with this Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff filing System, new tariff sheets setting forth the rates and charges approved and their effective date, and stating that the rates and charges were authorized by this Order. 4. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00321
3/20/2019 20190320_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00369
3/21/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Grayson RECC's motion for extension of time to file its post-hearing brief is granted. 2. Grayson RECC's post-hearing brief shall be filed in the record on or before March 25, 2019.

2018-00272
3/22/2019 STAFF_REPORT

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2018-00339
3/25/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky is authorized to establish a regulatory asset in the amount of $1,051,054, based on its total incremental O&M expense over the amount considered as normal O&M expense, for storm damages and service restoration due to the November Ice Storm. 2. The regulatory asset account established in this case is for accounting purposes only. 3. Duke Kentucky shall, within 14 days of the date of this Order, provide to the Commission, the accounting entries made on its books to effectuate the creation of the regulatory asset. 4. The amount, if any, of the regulatory asset authorized herein that is to be amortized and recovered in rates shall be determined in Duke Kentucky's next base rate case based on an examination of its storm preparedness, its storm restoration efforts, reliability improvement efforts and the reasonableness of the costs incurred. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00416
3/25/2019 20190325_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00181
3/25/2019 20190325_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00017
3/25/2019 20190325_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00338
3/25/2019 20190325_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00017
3/26/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. This pilot program, as amended, is established for the purposes of reviewing and streamlining the rate case procedure for Distribution Cooperatives subject to the Commission's jurisdiction. 2. Distribution Cooperatives seeking to utilize the streamlined procedure shall follow the procedures and conform their applications to the requirements listed in Appendix A to this Order. 3. A Distribution Cooperative approved for a streamlined rate case is granted a deviation from 807 KAR 5:001, Section 12(1)(a). 4. A Distribution Cooperative approved for a streamlined rate case is granted a deviation from the following sections of 807 KAR 5:001, Section 16: a. (1)(b)(2): certified copy of certificate of assumed name; b. (4(j) : current chart of accounts; c. (4)(k): current auditor's report; d. (4)(1): most recent FERG report; e. (4)(m): most recent FERG financial reports; f. (4)(n): latest depreciation study if the depreciation schedule on file with the Commission is the most recent version; g. (4)(o): list of computer software programs, and models; h. (4)(p) prospectus of most recent stock or bond offering; i. (4)(q): annual reports over the two most recent years; j. (4)(r): monthly managerial reports for the 12-month test period; k. (4)(s): Form 10-K or Form 8-K from last two years; I. (4)(v): telecom specific data; m. (5)(b): capital construction budget; n. (5)(c): detail regarding proforma adjustments reflecting plant additions; and o. (5)(d):

2018-00407
3/26/2019 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, 2019. 3. Within 20 days of the date 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.

2019-00061
3/26/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Western Lewis-Rectorville District and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered by Western Lewis-Rectorville District on and after April 1, 2019. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Western Lewis-Rectorville District 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.

2019-00068
3/26/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Burkesville and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered by Burkesville on and after March 30, 2019. 2. Within 20 days of the date 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. 3. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00073
3/26/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Millennium and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered on and after April 1, 2019. 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.

2019-00076
3/26/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Martin and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered on and after April 1, 2019. Although Martin's GCR rate report 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. 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. 3. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00077
3/26/2019 20190326_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00064
3/26/2019 20190326_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00291
3/27/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility is granted a CPCN to construct the proposed wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed wireless facility would consist of a tower not to exceed 270 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located near Highland Lick Road in Elkton, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36°55'44.35" by West Longitude 87°12'55.70". 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 Kentucky Airport Zoning Commission application upon receipt. 4. Documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraphs 2 or 3 herein shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00001
3/27/2019 20190327_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00081
3/27/2019 20190327_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00082
3/27/2019 20190327_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00195
3/27/2019 20190327_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00358
3/27/2019 20190327_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2018-00358
3/27/2019 20190327_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00055
3/27/2019 20190327_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00056
3/27/2019 20190327_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00261
3/27/2019 20190327_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00044
3/28/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Grayson RECC are denied. 2. The rates set forth in Appendix A to this Order are approved for services rendered by Grayson RECC on and after the date of this Order. 3. A management audit pursuant to KRS 278.255(2) shall be initiated and performed pursuant to a separate Order entered in a separate case. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Grayson RECC 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. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00272
3/28/2019 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 290 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at Rutt And Tutt Road, Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky 41653. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37°38'43.62" by West Longitude 82°53'19.03". 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 post-case correspondence file. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00037
3/28/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2019-00059
3/28/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Initial Request for Information to 15 of East Kentucky Power Cooperative, Inc.'s Cooperatives

2019-00060
3/28/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2019-00074
3/28/2019 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, 2019. 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. 5. This case is hereby closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00075
3/28/2019 20190328_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. Pikeville's proposed rates for wholesale service to Mountain District are suspended for five months from April 5, 2019, to September 4, 2019. 2. Mountain District is made a party to this case. 3. Requests for intervention shall be filed no later than April 15, 2019. Any party who submits a motion to intervene after April 15, 2019, and upon a showing of good cause is granted full intervention, shall accept and abide by the existing procedural schedule, if any.

2019-00080
3/28/2019 20190328_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00101
3/29/2019 20190329_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00105
4/1/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. EKPC is granted a CPCN to construct Project 26 to comply primarily with the ELG Rule and KPDES permit requirements. 2. EKPC's request to amend its Compliance Plan as reflected in its application for purposes of recovering the costs of the proposed projects through its environmental surcharge is granted. 3. EKPC's request to approve the partial settlement of the Spurlock and Cooper Station CCR landfill AROs and associated regulatory assets as set forth in its application is granted. 4. EKPC's request to revise its monthly environmental surcharge reporting formats to reflect the inclusion of the proposed projects as set forth in its application is granted. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00270
4/1/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Nixutil in its application are suspended until August 3, 2019, or until further order by the Commission. 2. Nixutil is authorized to place into effect the interim base rates, subject to refund, set forth in Appendix A to this Order for service rendered on and after April 1, 2019. 3. Nixutil shall maintain its records in such a manner as will enable it, or the Commission, to determine the amounts to be refunded and to whom any refund is due in the event that a refund of any portion of the interim base rate increase is ordered by the Commission. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Nixutil shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filling System, Nixutil's revised tariff with its interim rates as set forth in this Order, subject to refund, reflecting that it was approved pursuant to this Order. 5. No later than May 13, 2019, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report containing its findings regarding Nixutil's requested rate adjustment (Commission Staff Report). 6. 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 and recommendations contained in the Commission Staff Report; and b. Any additional evidence for the Commission to consider.

2019-00024
4/1/2019 20190401_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00083
4/1/2019 20190401_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00053
4/1/2019 20190401_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00066
4/1/2019 20190401_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00056
4/1/2019 20190401_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00055
4/1/2019 20190401_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00028
4/2/2019 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 water rates proposed by Elkhorn District are denied. 3. The water rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for services rendered by Elkhorn District on and after the date of this Order. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Elkhorn District 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. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00145
4/2/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Jetta's revised proposed tariff and rates are approved with the modifications discussed herein. 2. The rates and charges, as set forth in the Appendix to this Order, attached hereto and incorporated herein, are approved as fair, just, and reasonable rates for Jetta and these rates and charges are approved for service rendered on and after the date of this Order. 3. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Jetta shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, new tariff sheets setting forth the rates, charges, and modifications approved or as required herein and reflecting their effective date and that they were authorized by this Order. 4. Within 30 days of the date of this Order, Jetta shall file with the Commission a list of potential customers to whom informational notices have been sent regarding the availability of farm tap service. 5. Within 60 days of the date of this Order, Jetta shall file with the Commission the names and addresses of potential customers who responded to the informational notices. 6. Jetta shall file with the Commission any future requests made for service connections with gas producing wells or pipelines as they occur. 7. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraphs 4, 5, and 6 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 8. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00212
4/2/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Verizon Wireless is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 290 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 2244 Steve Denton Road, Barlow, Ballard County, Kentucky, 42024. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37°06'42.15" by West Longitude 89°02'44.58". 2. Verizon 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00034
4/2/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.30 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Southern District are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Southern District on and after March 1, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Southern District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00079
4/2/2019 20190402_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00276
4/3/2019 20190403_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00281
4/4/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. This case is reopened. 2. Gibson Connect's motion is granted. 3. Gibson Connect is designated as an ETC for the purpose of receiving low-income support from the KUSF in the census blocks as stated in the application. 4. All other provisions of the Commission's February 25, 2019 Order that are not in conflict with the terms of this Order shall remain in effect. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00333
4/4/2019 20190404_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2014-00267
4/5/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: Trish R. Brown may file with the Commission any reply to Nolin RECC's response, and to provide the Commission with any additional information that she feels is relevant within 14 days of the date of entry of this Order.

2018-00345
4/5/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00410
4/5/2019 STAFF_REPORT

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2018-00414
4/5/2019 20190405_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00011
4/5/2019 20190405_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00281
4/5/2019 20190405_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Data Request

2018-00281
4/5/2019 20190405_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00041
4/8/2019 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 Muhlenberg District #3 are denied. 3. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for services rendered by Muhlenberg District #3 on and after the date of this Order. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Muhlenberg District #3 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. 5. Muhlenberg District #3 shall use the mid-point of the depreciable lives of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners ranges, as proposed in the Application and agreed upon by Staff, to depreciate water plant assets for accounting purposes in all future reporting periods. No adjustment to accumulated depreciation, or retained earnings should be made to account for this change in the accounting estimate. 6. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00346
4/9/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2017-00482
4/9/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00345
4/9/2019 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 14, 2019. 3. Valley Gas's future GCR reports shall include the information required in finding paragraph 7. 4. 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. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00094
4/9/2019 20190409_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00370
4/9/2019 20190409_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00028
4/9/2019 20190409_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00294
4/9/2019 20190409_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00295
4/9/2019 20190409_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00044
4/9/2019 20190409_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00009
4/10/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed in the application by South Hopkins District are approved. 2. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.02 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved tor water service rendered by South Hopkins District on and after March 31, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, South Hopkins District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. Within 30 days of the date of entry of this Order, South Hopkins District shall tile with the Commission Proof of Notice pursuant to 807 KAR 5:068, Section 5(3). 6. Any document tiled pursuant to ordering paragraph 5 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00091
4/10/2019 20190410_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00348
4/10/2019 20190410_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00097
4/10/2019 20190410_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00066
4/11/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Steven and Rebecca LeClair

2018-00373
4/11/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Ashland's motion to withdraw its proposed wholesale rate increase contained in its November 28, 2018 tariff filing is hereby granted. 2. This case is dismissed without prejudice. 3. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00415
4/11/2019 20190411_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00053
4/11/2019 20190411_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00072
4/12/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: This case is dismissed as satisfied with prejudice and is removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00312
4/12/2019 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 P. R. Wastewater Management are approved. 3. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for services rendered by P. R. Wastewater Management on and after the date of this Order. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, P. R. Wastewater Management 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. 5. P. R. Wastewater Management shall use the mid-point of the depreciable lives of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners ranges, as proposed in the Application and agreed upon by Staff, to depreciate water plant assets for accounting purposes in all future reporting periods. No adjustment to accumulated depreciation, or retained earnings should be made to account for this change in the accounting estimate. 6. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00339
4/12/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The proposed AMS Opt-Out tariff and the rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved as of the date of this Order. 2. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Owen Electric shall, using the Commission's Electronic Tariff Filing System, file a revised tariff sheet setting out the rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order and reflecting that they were approved pursuant to this Order. 3. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00354
4/12/2019 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 in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 6235 State Route 764, Whitesville, Ohio County, Kentucky 42378. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 37°36'07.58" by West Longitude 86°55'14.02". 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 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00010
4/12/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Pl Tower is granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 199 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at Fifth Street Road, a/k/a Kentucky Highway 727, Whitley County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36°55'32.03" by West Longitude 84°07'51.69". 2. Pl Tower 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00012
4/12/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered nunc pro tunc that: 1. The following language is amended in Appendix B of the Order: 5/8- x 3/4-lnch Meter First 2,000 Gallons $26.16 Minimum Bill Next 3,000 Gallons 6.59 per 1,000 Gallons Next 5,000 Gallons 5.93 per 1,000 Gallons Over 10,000 Gallons 5.67 per 1,000 Gallons 1-lnch Meter First 5,000 Gallons $45.93 Minimum Bill Next 5,000 Gallons 5.93 per 1,000 Gallons Over 10,000 Gallons 5.67 per 1,000 Gallons 2. All provisions of the February 7, 2019 Order that are not in conflict with the terms of this Order shall remain in effect.

2019-00022
4/12/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2019-00032
4/12/2019 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 in height, with attached antennas, to be located at W. Kentucky Highway 92, Williamsburg, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36°40'22.81" by West Longitude 84°16'33.88". 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 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00039
4/12/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Kentucky Frontier is authorized to borrow $57,000 from either Community Trust Bank or Toyota Financial Services, whichever has the lowest cost financing at the time of the purchase. The loan maturity date and interest rate shall be in accordance with the terms as described in Frontier's application. 2. Kentucky Frontier shall execute the loan documents as authorized herein. 3. Kentucky 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 post-case 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. 6. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00046
4/12/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Southgate, Kentucky for electric and natural gas transmission and distribution service. 2. If Duke Kentucky is not the successful bidder, Duke Kentucky shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a written notice stating that Duke Kentucky was not the successful bidder. 3. If Duke Kentucky is the successful bidder, Duke Kentucky 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 Kentucky is the successful bidder, Duke Kentucky 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. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00102
4/12/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. KU is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Augusta, 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. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00113
4/12/2019 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 Pikeville, 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. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00114
4/12/2019 20190412_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00084
4/12/2019 20190412_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00095
4/12/2019 20190412_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00097
4/12/2019 20190412_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00084
4/15/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Cannonsburg District shall appear on April 25, 2019, 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 purposes of presenting evidence concerning Cannonsburg District's water loss reduction plans and procedures, including but not limited to its responses to Commission Staff's Third Request for Information issued on April 4, 2019. 2. The April 25, 2019 hearing shall be recorded by digital video recording only. 3. Cannonsburg District shall produce, in addition to any other witnesses it may seek to present, Tim Webb as a witness for examination at the Cannonsburg District hearing. Further, Cannonsburg District shall produce a witness or witnesses qualified and prepared to discuss the installation of the ten master meters and 14 bypass meters discussed in Case No. 2014-00267. 4. Cannonsburg District shall file with the Commission, no later than April 18, 2019, a list of witnesses and exhibits to be presented at the April 25, 2019 hearing. Cannonsburg District shall provide six copies of any exhibit it intends to introduce into evidence at the hearing.

2018-00376
4/15/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The information requested is due no later than April 25, 2019. 2. a. Responses to requests for information in paper medium shall be appropriately bound, tabbed, and indexed. Electronic documents shall be in portable document format (PDF), shall be searchable, and shall be appropriately bookmarked. Each response shall include the name of the witness responsible for responding to the questions related to the information provided. 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. Webster District 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 Webster District fails or refuses to furnish all or part of the requested information, Webster District 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.

2019-00048
4/15/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Johnson County's payment of Staff's proposed penalty and completion of remedial measures required by Staff in the Revised Demand Letter is accepted and resolves all alleged violations of KRS Chapter 278, any regulation promulgated thereunder, or 49 C.F.R. Part 192 as well as any penalty that could be assessed under KRS 278.992(1) for the alleged violations cited in the Inspection Report. 2. Johnson County's payment of Staff's proposed penalty is not an admission by Johnson County that it violated any provision of KRS Chapter 278, any regulation promulgated thereunder, or 49 C.F.R. Part 192. 3. The Commission's investigation of the alleged violations cited in the Inspection Report is closed. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00121
4/15/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. B & H Gas's payment of Staff's proposed penalty and completion of remedial measures required by Staff in the Revised Demand Letter is accepted and resolves all alleged violations of KRS Chapter 278, any regulation promulgated thereunder, or 49 C.F.R. Part 192 as well as any penalty that could be assessed under KRS 278.992(1) for the alleged violations cited in the Inspection Report. 2. B & H Gas's payment of Staff's proposed penalty is not an admission by B & H Gas that it violated any provision of KRS Chapter 278, any regulation promulgated thereunder, or 49 C.F.R. Part 192. 3. The Commission's investigation of the alleged violations cited in the Inspection Report is closed. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00122
4/15/2019 20190415_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2014-00267
4/15/2019 20190415_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00041
4/15/2019 20190415_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00087
4/16/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky's May 29, 2015 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for ten years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials 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 designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Duke Kentucky shall have 30 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 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.

2015-00075
4/16/2019 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 South Hopkins District are denied. 3. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for services rendered by South Hopkins District on and after the date of this Order. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, South Hopkins District 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. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commision's docket.

2018-00387
4/16/2019 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 320 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 1320 R.D. Kendel Rd., Bedford, Trimble County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 38° 37'56.79" by West Longitude 85° 15' 10.59". 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00035
4/16/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.70 per 1,000 gallons is approved. 2. The rates proposed by Nebo District are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Nebo District on and after March 31, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Nebo District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. Within 30 days of the date of entry of this Order, Nebo District shall file with the Commission Proof of Notice pursuant to 807 KAR 5:068, Section 5(3). 6. Any document filed pursuant to ordering paragraph 5 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the post case correspondence file. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00099
4/16/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1 . EKPC's payment of Staff's proposed penalty and completion of remedial measures required by Staff is accepted and resolves all alleged violations of KRS 278.042, 807 KAR 5:006, or 807 KAR 5:041, as well as any penalty that could be assessed under KRS 278.990(1), arising out of the August 22, 2018 incident. 2. EKPC's payment of Staff's proposed penalty is not an admission by EKPC that it violated any provision of KRS Chapter 278 or any administrative regulation promulgated pursuant thereto. 3. The Commission's investigation of the August 22, 2018 incident is closed. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00120
4/16/2019 20190416_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00370
4/16/2019 20190416_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00070
4/16/2019 20190416_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2015-00156
4/17/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Owen Electric's August 10, 2015 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for ten years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. Owen Electric shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Owen Electric shall have 30 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 Owen Electric 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow Owen Electric to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2015-00213
4/17/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. BREC's August 28, 2015 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. BREC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, BREC shall have 30 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 BREC 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow BREC to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2015-00237
4/17/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The purchased water adjustment factor of $0.77per1,000 gallons is denied. 2. The rates proposed by North Hopkins District are denied. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by North Hopkins District on and after March 31, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, North Hopkins District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00100
4/17/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. KU is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Columbia, 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, tile 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. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00123
4/17/2019 20190417_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00065
4/17/2019 20190417_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00370
4/17/2019 20190417_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2016-00370
4/17/2019 20190417_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2015-00418
4/18/2019 20190418_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00263
4/19/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. CMTA's request for an Order declaring that the provisions of KRS 278.010(3), KRS 278.495, and 49 C.F.R. Section 191.3 are inapplicable to the proposed Project, with the amendment, being performed by CMTA for the Finance Cabinet is granted. 2. Based upon the information provided, the proposed Project, with the amendment, shall not cause the Finance Cabinet to be deemed a utility as defined in KRS 278.010(3)(b). 3. Based upon the information provided, the proposed Project, with the amendment, shall not cause the Finance Cabinet to be considered a master meter system pursuant to KRS 278.495 and 49 C.F.R. Section 191.3. 4. CMTA's Motion to Amend requesting to include the Kentucky History Center to the proposed Project is granted. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00180
4/19/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The 2019 Water Personnel Training Seminar, which the Commission conducted at Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park located at 113 Administration Drive, Calvert City, Kentucky, on March 19-20, 2019, is approved for a maximum of 12 credit hours of water district management training and for a maximum of 12 credit hours of new water district commissioner training. 2. 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 names of each attendee, his or her water district, and the number of hours that he or she attended this training program. 3. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00103
4/19/2019 20190419_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00281
4/22/2019 20190422_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00084
4/22/2019 20190422_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00468
4/22/2019 20190422_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00105
4/22/2019 20190422_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00041
4/22/2019 20190422_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00053
4/23/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Hardin County Water District No. 1

2019-00067
4/23/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Kentucky Frontier and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings by Kentucky Frontier on and after May 1, 2019. 2. Kentucky Frontier's future GCR reports shall follow the information required in finding paragraph 7. 3. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Kentucky 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. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00110
4/23/2019 20190423_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00043
4/23/2019 20190423_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00078
4/23/2019 20190423_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00112
4/23/2019 20190423_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00083
4/24/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. EKPC's May 31, 2013 petition for confidential treatment is denied as moot. 2. EKPC's the June 2, 2014, July 31, 2015, and December 9, 2015 petitions for confidential protection are granted. 3. Within 30 days of the date of this Order, EKPC shall file revised pages reflecting as unredacted the designated materials subject to the May 31, 2013 petition that has been denied confidential treatment. 4. The designated materials in the May 31, 2013 petition for which confidential protection was denied shall not be placed in the public record for 30 days following the date of this Order to allow EKPC to seek any remedy afforded by law. 5. The designated materials in the June 2, 2014, July 31, 2015, and December 9, 2015 petitions shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for five years from the respective dates the petitions were filed, or until further Orders of this Commission. 6. Use of the designated materials in the June 2, 2014, July 31, 2015, and December 9, 2015 petitions in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 7. EKPC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials in the June 2, 2014, July 31, 2015, and December 9, 2015 petitions become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment.

2012-00169
4/24/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Green-Taylor District is authorized to borrow from KACOFC up to $2,530,000, but no more than the total amount needed to pay off the RD and KRWA Bond indebtedness proposed to be refinanced as identified in the Application on the condition that the final NPV of the savings, determined upon closing, generate positive cash flow. The loan maturity date and interest rate shall be in accordance with the KACOFC refinancing program as described in Green-Taylor District's application. 2. Green-Taylor District shall execute the KACOFC loan documents as authorized herein. 3. Green-Taylor District 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 post case correspondence file.

2019-00071
4/24/2019 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, 2019. 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.

2019-00108
4/24/2019 20190424_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00088
4/24/2019 20190424_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00096
4/24/2019 20190424_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00370
4/24/2019 20190424_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00055
4/24/2019 20190424_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00056
4/25/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. BREC's September 21, 2017 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials consisting of transmission system maps and load forecasts shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. The remaining designated materials consisting of planned capital projects and financial projections shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for five years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 4. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 5. BREC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 6. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, BREC shall have 30 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 BREC is unable to make such demonstration, the requested materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection.

2017-00384
4/25/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2019-00059
4/25/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to 15 of East Kentucky Power Cooperative, Inc.'s Cooperatives

2019-00060
4/25/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Navitas is denied. 2. The rate set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered by Navitas on and after May 4, 2019. 3. 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. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00116
4/25/2019 20190425_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2014-00396
4/26/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Southern District, Chairman Jeff Prater, UMG Special Projects Manager Donald R. Compton, UMG Special Projects Manager Grondall Potter, CPA Michael R. Spears, and CPA Jeff Reed shall appear for a formal hearing in this matter on Thursday, May 9, 2019, at 9 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, at the offices of the Public Service Commission at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky, for the purpose of presenting evidence in support of the request for a rate adjustment. 2. Southern 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." At the time the notice is mailed or publication is requested, 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.

2019-00131
4/26/2019 20190426_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The Complaint filed by Bent Tree is rejected for filing. 2. Within ten days of the date of this Order, Bent Tree shall have an attorney licensed to practice law in Kentucky file a signed complaint. Failure to have an attorney file a signe

2019-00133
4/26/2019 20190426_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00358
4/26/2019 20190426_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00055
4/26/2019 20190426_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00056
4/26/2019 20190426_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00053
4/26/2019 20190426_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00066
4/29/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The Training Program is hereby approved and accredited for a maximum of six hours of water district management training for water district commissioners seeking to satisfy the annual training requirements set forth in KRS 74.020(6) and (7). 2. The 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. This matter is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00063
4/29/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The Training Program is hereby approved and accredited for a maximum of six hours of water district management training for water district commissioners seeking to satisfy the annual training requirements set forth in KRS 74.020(6) and (7) provided that the water district commissioners seeking to satisfy those requirements attended the sessions offered as part of Concurrent Session C on August 28, 2018. 2. The 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. This matter is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00237
4/29/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Apache's request to include the Marrowbone Creek Project in 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. Apache shall file its next annual PRP application with the Commission no later than March 1, 2020. 4. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Apache shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, its revised PRP tariff to reflect the rates previously approved by the Commission 5. Apache shall file in its next annual PRP application with the Commission all supporting documentation and calculations related to the PRP projects, including, but not limited to, the current status of each project, the actual amount spent per project, the estimated amount required to complete the project, and an updated project timeline. Apache shall also include its billing determinates and the invoices sent to or received from Burkesville pertaining to the collection of the monthly PRP surcharge amount. 6. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00032
4/29/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. KRWA's Training Program scheduled to take place on April 23, 2019, is hereby conditionally approved and accredited for up to six hours of annual water district management training for water district commissioners seeking to satisfy the training requirements set forth in in KRS 74.020(6) and (7). 2. KRWA'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. KAWA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the Training Program. 4. No later than 30 days after the scheduled training program, KAWA shall file with the Commission: a. A sworn statement attesting that the accredited instruction was performed, including a statement that the materials regarding each session were distributed as required by the Commission herein; 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 number of hours that he or she attended; and d. A copy of any written material given to water district commissioners attending sessions that was not previously provided to Commission. 5. Upon receipt of materials identified in paragraph No. 4 and provided there are no material changes to the program, the Commission shall issue a final order approving and accrediting Training Program.

2019-00089
4/29/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1 . KU's payment of Staff's proposed penalty and completion of remedial measures required by Staff is accepted and resolves all alleged violations of KRS 278.042, 807 KAR 5:006, or 807 KAR 5:041, as well as any penalty that could be assessed under KRS 278.990(1), arising out of the September 13, 2018 incident. 2. KU's payment of Staff's proposed penalty is not an admission by KU that it willfully violated any provision of KRS Chapter 278 or any administrative regulation promulgated pursuant thereto. 3. The Commission's investigation of the September 13, 2018 incident is closed. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00130
4/29/2019 20190429_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00101
4/30/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The Training Program is hereby approved and accredited for a maximum of six hours of water district management training for water district commissioners seeking to satisfy the annual training requirements set forth in KRS 74.020(6) and (7). 2. The 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. This matter is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00389
4/30/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The PRP rates in Appendix A to this Order are approved for billing by Delta for meters read on and after May 1, 2019. 2. Delta shall continue to file the information requested in Appendix B to this Order when it files its future annual PRP applications. 3. Within 20 days of the date 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. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00074
4/30/2019 20190430_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00294
4/30/2019 20190430_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00295
4/30/2019 20190430_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00014
4/30/2019 20190430_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00015
5/1/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered, nunc pro tunc, that: 1. The rate for 5/8 x %-inch meters, as listed in Appendix B of the Commission's April 17, 2019 Order, is amended as follows: First 2,000 Gallons $33.14 Minimum Bill. 2. All other provisions of the Commission's April 17, 2019 Order not in conflict with this Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2019-00100
5/1/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 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.

2019-00131
5/1/2019 20190501_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00105
5/1/2019 20190501_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00370
5/2/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Kentucky Power's June 28, 2013, July 2, 2013, August 16, 2013, and September 23, 2013 petitions for confidential protection are denied as moot. 2. Kentucky Power's May 24, 2013 petition for confidential protection is granted. 3. The designated materials in Kentucky Power's May 24, 2013 petition shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 4. Use of the designated materials of Kentucky Power's May 24, 2013 petition in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 5. Kentucky Power shall inform the Commission if the designated materials of Kentucky Power's May 24, 2013 petition become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 6. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Kentucky Power shall have 30 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 Kentucky Power is unable to make such demonstration, the requested materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection.

2013-00144
5/2/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Within ten days of the date of entry of this Order, Kentucky-American shall file a detailed response to the Complaint. Kentucky-American's response shall include the disputed billing amount, copies of all bills from Mr. and Ms. lson's account from December 2018 to the present, and a statement as to whether the old water meter was tested for accuracy, including the results of any testing. 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.

2019-00093
5/2/2019 20190502_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2014-00371
5/3/2019 20190503_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00104
5/3/2019 20190503_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00072
5/3/2019 20190503_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00041
5/6/2019 20190506_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00084
5/6/2019 20190506_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00135
5/6/2019 20190506_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00028
5/6/2019 20190506_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00043
5/7/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: AT&T Kentucky is HEREBY ORDERED to satisfy the matters complained of or file a written answer to the complaint within fifteen days from the date of entry of this Order.

2019-00047
5/7/2019 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, to be located on Hazelnut Lane, Dexter, Calloway County, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36° 43'12.95" by West Longitude 88° 14' 32.40". 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00049
5/7/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. All sewer utilities are granted deviation from the daily inspection requirements in 807 KAR 5:071 Section 7(4) for grinder pump stations located on or near the customer's property. 2. An alternate inspection schedule for grinder pump stations is approved pursuant to 807 KAR 5:071 Section 7(4), and grinder pump stations located on or near the customer's property shall be inspected once every five years. 3. This order supersedes any other order granting an alternative inspection schedule for grinder pump stations previously granted by the Commission. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00069
5/7/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. KU is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Prestonville, 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 file, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, 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. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00136
5/7/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Atmos is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Elkton, Kentucky, for natural gas service. 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 file, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, 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. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00137
5/7/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. KU's payment of Staff's proposed penalty and completion of remedial measures required by Staff is accepted and resolves all alleged violations of KRS 278.042, 807 KAR 5:006, or 807 KAR 5:041, as well as any penalty that could be assessed under KRS 278.990(1), arising out of the January 22, 2019 incident. 2. KU's payment of Staff's proposed penalty is not an admission by KU that it willfully violated any provision of KRS Chapter 278 or any administrative regulation promulgated pursuant thereto. 3. The Commission's investigation of the January 22, 2019 incident is closed. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00141
5/7/2019 20190507_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00003
5/7/2019 20190507_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00006
5/7/2019 20190507_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00281
5/7/2019 20190507_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00295
5/7/2019 20190507_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00195
5/8/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Initial Request for Information to Nixutil Sanitation Association, Inc.

2019-00024
5/8/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. No later than June 17, 2019, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report containing its findings and recommendations regarding Nixutil's requested rate adjustment. 2. All other provisions of the Commission's April 1, 2019 Order not in conflict with this Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2019-00024
5/8/2019 20190508_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00097
5/9/2019 20190509_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00104
5/9/2019 20190509_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00097
5/10/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The Defendant's motion to dismiss is denied. 2. The procedural schedule attached as an Appendix to this Order shall be followed.

2018-00172
5/10/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Post-hearing data requests shall be filed in the record on or before May 15, 2019. 2. Responses to post-hearing data requests shall be filed in the record on or before June 18, 2019. 3. On or before May 15, 2019 the Attorney General will file in the record his intent to opine. 4. If the Attorney General determines he will file comments, he shall file these on or before May 22, 2019. 5. If the Attorney General files comments in the record, Southern Water and Sewer District may file a response to those comments on or before June 4, 2019.

2019-00131
5/10/2019 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. 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.

2019-00138
5/10/2019 20190510_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00128
5/10/2019 20190510_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00181
5/13/2019 PSC_ORDER

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 water rates proposed by Cannonsburg District are denied. 3. The water rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for services rendered by Cannonsburg District on and after the date of this Order. 4. Prior to filing its next rate application, Cannonsburg District shall prepare an analysis that evaluates the fire sprinkler rates to ensure that they generate the revenue necessary to cover the cost of providing the fire sprinkler services. 5. Cannonsburg District is authorized to assess a monthly surcharge of $4.00 that will continue for a period of 48 months or until the total amount of the surcharge assessed equals $680,000, whichever occurs first subject to the following conditions: a. Within 90 days of the entry of this Order, Cannonsburg District shall file with the Commission an updated and revised estimate for the Phase-I Zone Metering Project from a certified engineer. b. Cannonsburg District shall deposit surcharge collections in a separate interest-bearing account. c. Cannonsburg District shall not withdraw any surcharge proceeds from the separate interest-bearing account prior to the Commission's approval the disbursement.

2018-00376
5/13/2019 20190513_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2014-00267
5/14/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Jetta's Request for Amendment is denied. 2. Pursuant to KRS 278.390, the Commission reopens this case in order to further investigate the notification and odorization issues with regard to farm tap companies.

2018-00212
5/14/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. No later than June 12, 2019, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report containing its findings and recommendations regarding Graves District's requested rate adjustment. 2. All provisions of the Commission's January 23, 2018 Order in conflict with the provisions of this Order are vacated. All other provisions of the January 23, 2018 Order shall remain in effect.

2018-00429
5/14/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. AT&T Mobility's application requesting the issuance of a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to construct, maintain, and operate a Wireless Communications Facility in Harlan County, Kentucky, filed January 15, 2019, is withdrawn without prejudice. 2. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00020
5/14/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The Training Program is hereby approved and accredited for a maximum of six hours of water district management training for water district commissioners seeking to satisfy the annual training requirements set forth in KRS 74.020(6) and (7). 2. The 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. This matter is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00026
5/14/2019 20190514_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. Citipower's motion for a deviation from 807 KAR 5:076, Section 5, is hereby granted. 2. Citipower's application for an adjustment of rates pursuant to 807 KAR 5:076, approval for a CPCN to purchase a pipeline and other related assets, and approval of financing shall be deemed filed when Citipower corrects the deficiencies identified hereinabove.

2019-00109
5/14/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. KRWA's Training Program scheduled to take place on May 16, 2019, is hereby conditionally approved and accredited for up to six hours of annual water district management training for water district commissioners seeking to satisfy the training requirements set forth in in KRS 74.020(6) and (7). 2. KRWA'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. KAWA shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending the Training Program. 4. No later than 30 days after the scheduled training program, KAWA shall file the Commission: a. A sworn statement attesting that the accredited instruction was performed, including a statement that the materials regarding each sessions were distributed as required by the Commission herein; 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 sessions that was not previously provided to the Commission. 5. Upon receipt of materials identified in Paragraph No. 4 and provided there are no material changes to program, the Commission shall issue a final order approving and accrediting the raining Program.

2019-00126
5/14/2019 20190514_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. Kentucky-American is to satisfy the matters complained of or file a written answer to the complaint within ten days from the date of entry of the Order. 2. Should documents of any kind be filed with the Commission in the course of this pr

2019-00133
5/14/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Columbia Kentucky and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for billing beginning on May 31, 2019. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Columbia Kentucky 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.

2019-00139
5/14/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Crestview Hills, Kentucky, for electric and natural gas transmission and distribution service. 2. If Duke Kentucky is not the successful bidder, Duke Kentucky shall file, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, with the Commission a written notice stating that Duke Kentucky was not the successful bidder. 3. If Duke Kentucky is the successful bidder, Duke Kentucky shall file, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, with the Commission a copy of the executed franchise agreement and a statement disclosing the amount of the initial franchise fee. 4. If Duke Kentucky is the successful bidder, Duke Kentucky shall file, within ten days of an increase or decrease in the amount of the initial franchise fee set forth in the franchise agreement, 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. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00143
5/14/2019 20190514_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00472
5/14/2019 20190514_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00140
5/14/2019 20190514_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00124
5/14/2019 20190514_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00063
5/14/2019 20190514_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00104
5/14/2019 20190514_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00358
5/15/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's First Post-Hearing Request for Information to Southern Water and Sewer District

2019-00131
5/15/2019 20190515_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00105
5/16/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: BREC's motion is granted.

2013-00221
5/16/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: BREC's motion is granted.

2013-00413
5/16/2019 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 West Daviess District are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by West Daviess District on and after June 1, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, West Daviess District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00106
5/16/2019 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 Southeast Daviess District are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix 8 to this Order are approved for water service rendered by Southeast Daviess District on and after June 1, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Southeast Daviess District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00107
5/16/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. No later than July 19, 2019, 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 Southern District'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 Southern District's financial condition supports a higher rate than Southern District proposes or the assessment of an additional rate or charge not proposed in Southern District's Application, Southern District shall also state, in its response to the Commission Staff Report, 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 Southern District accounts for the depreciation of Southern District's assets, Southern District in its response to the Commission Staff Report shall also state its position in writing on whether the Commission should require Southern District to implement the proposed change for accounting purposes.

2019-00131
5/16/2019 20190516_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00472
5/16/2019 20190516_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2018-00358
5/16/2019 20190516_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00370
5/17/2019 20190517_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00104
5/17/2019 20190517_STAFF_NOTICE.pdf

Staff Notice

2019-00140
5/20/2019 20190520_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00059
5/20/2019 20190520_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00055
5/20/2019 20190520_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00056
5/20/2019 20190520_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00081
5/20/2019 20190520_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00087
5/21/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. EKPC's March 31 , 2017 motion for confidential treatment is granted. 2. The designated materials for which EKPC seeks confidential treatment in its March 31 , 2017 motion shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for 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. EKPC 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 the materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not run, then EKPC shall have 30 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 EKPC 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 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow EKPC to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2015-00422
5/21/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky's March 3, 2017 motion for confidential treatment is granted. 2. The designated materials for which Duke Kentucky seeks confidential treatment in its March 3, 2017 motion shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for 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 the materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not run , then Duke Kentucky shall have 30 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 30 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.

2017-00117
5/21/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2018-00172
5/21/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed in this proceeding. 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, 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 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.

2019-00145
5/21/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in the Appendix to this Order shall be followed in this proceeding. 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, 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 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.

2019-00146
5/23/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. EKPC's October 3, 2018 motion for confidential treatment is granted. 2. The designated materials for which EKPC seeks confidential treatment in its October 3, 2018 motion shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period 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. EKPC 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 the materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not run , then EKPC shall have 30 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 EKPC 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 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow EKPC to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2018-00270
5/23/2019 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 Crittenden-Livingston District are denied. 3. The Phase 1 rates set forth in Appendix A to this Order are approved for service rendered by Crittenden-Livingston District on and after the date of this Order. 4. The Phase 2 rates set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for service rendered by Crittenden-Livingston District effective on the first anniversary of the date of this Order. 5. The Phase 3 rates set forth in Appendix C to this Order are approved for service rendered by Crittenden-Livingston District effective on the second anniversary of the date of this Order. 6. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Crittenden-Livingston District 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. 7. One month prior to the effective date of the Phase 2 rates, Crittenden- Livingston District shall publish a notice with the rate schedule as set forth in Appendix D to this Order. 8. One month prior to the effective date of the Phase 3 rates, Crittenden- Livingston District shall publish a notice with the rate schedule as set forth in Appendix E to this Order.

2018-00414
5/23/2019 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 in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 15582 East Highway 92, Siler, Kentucky 40763. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36°42'07.59" by West Longitude 83°57'35.96". 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00090
5/23/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Dexter-Alma Heights District request to deviate from the water storage requirements of 807 KAR 5:066, Section 4(4), is approved through December 31, 2021. 2. Dexter-Alma Heights District shall inform the Commission if changes occur in either system that would cause Murray to have insufficient storage for Dexter-Alma Heights District. 3. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph 2 of this Order shall reference this case number and shall be retained in post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00111
5/23/2019 20190523_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00129
5/28/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The proposed tariff revision and the non-recurring charge are denied. 2. This case is hereby closed and will be removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00410
5/28/2019 20190528_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00028
5/28/2019 20190528_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00135
5/28/2019 20190528_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00041
5/30/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Hardin District No. 1 's request for a declaratory order is granted in part and denied in part. 2. Project Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 , 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18, as described in this matter, are properly classified as ordinary extensions of existing systems in the usual course of business, and a CPCN, pursuant to KRS 278.020(1 ), is not required for their construction. 3. No decision can be made at this time as to whether the Muldraugh WTP Improvements project is an ordinary extension of existing systems in the usual course of business or whether its construction requires a CPCN pursuant to KRS 278.020(1 ), for the reasons discussed in the findings above. 4. Within 30 days of the date of this Order, Hardin District No. 1 shall file with the Commission any amendment to the Contract that changed any rates, charges, or condition of service. 5. Any documents filed in the future pursuant to ordering paragraph 4 shall reference this case number and shall be retained in the post-case correspondence file. 6. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00067
5/30/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Joint Applicants are granted a CPCN to construct a wireless telecommunications facility. The proposed facility consists of a tower not to exceed 199 feet in height, with attached antennas, to be located at 8249 Tompkinsville Road, Summer Shade, Kentucky. The coordinates for the proposed facility are North Latitude 36°52'43.74" by West Longitude 85°39'53.06". 2. Joint Applicants 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 post-case correspondence file. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00092
5/30/2019 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 adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's May 21, 2019 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders. 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.

2019-00145
5/30/2019 20190530_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00358
5/30/2019 20190530_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00105
6/3/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. LG&E's application for an extension until August 31, 2018, of the reassessment interval required by 49 C.F.R. Section 192.939 for covered segments of the Calvary Pipeline is denied. 2. LG&E is granted retroactively an extension until June 30, 2018, of the reassessment interval required by 49 C.F.R. Section 192.939 for covered segments of the Calvary Pipeline. 3. Within thirty days of date of this Order, LG&E shall certify to Commission that its written transmission integrity management program provides that: a. Any request for a waiver of a transmission pipeline integrity reassessment interval shall be filed at least 180 days before the end of the required reassessment interval, unless local product supply issues make the period impractical, in which case the request shall be filed as soon as the need for the waiver becomes known. b. Any extension of the deadline to complete a transmission pipeline integrity reassessment is limited to an additional six months. 4. Pursuant to 49 U.S.C. Section 60118(d), Commission shall give notice to PHMSA of its waiver of reassessment interval required by 49 C.F.R. Section 192.939 for covered segments of the Calvary Pipeline by providing a copy of this Order to PHMSA for its review at the following address: Associate Administrator for Pipeline Safety U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE Second Floor, East Building Washington, D.C. 20590

2017-00482
6/3/2019 20190603_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00115
6/3/2019 20190603_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00147
6/3/2019 20190603_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00147
6/4/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1 . Knott District's application for a deviation is denied as moot. 2. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00353
6/4/2019 20190604_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00082
6/4/2019 20190604_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00081
6/4/2019 20190604_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00104
6/4/2019 20190604_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00058
6/4/2019 20190604_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00370
6/5/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The Complaint of Trish R. Brown against Nolin RECC is dismissed with prejudice. 2. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2018-00345
6/5/2019 20190605_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00083
6/5/2019 20190605_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00171
6/6/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The designation of lnfiniti Mobile as a limited ETC is conditioned on lnfiniti Mobile's compliance with: (1) the representations and commitments made by lnfiniti Mobile in its ETC application and its Compliance Plan; and (2) the FCC rules, including those adopted by the FCC in the Lifeline Reform Order. 2. lnfiniti Mobile is designated as a limited ETC for the purpose of offering Lifeline service only in the underlying carrier's non-rural licensed service area in Kentucky. 3. During the current certification period, lnfiniti Mobile shall be eligible to receive federal USF and state support for Lifeline. 4. lnfiniti Mobile shall advertise the availability of and charges for these services using media of general distribution. 5. lnfiniti Mobile shall comply with the FCC's annual certification process for Lifeline customers. 6. lnfiniti Mobile is a utility under the definitions contained in KRS 278.010(3) and shall include revenue generated from the sale of intrastate wireless service, including Lifeline revenues, in its reports filed pursuant to KRS 278.140. 7. A copy of this Order shall be served upon the FCC and the USAC. 8. Within 30 days of the date of this Order, lnfiniti Mobile shall file proof with the Commission showing that it meets the minimum minute requirements for the provision of Lifeline voice service.

2016-00276
6/6/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The Training Program is hereby approved and accredited for a maximum of six hours of water district management training for water district commissioners seeking to satisfy the annual training requirements set forth in KRS 74.020(6) and (7). 2. The 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. This matter is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00089
6/6/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1 . Southern District is authorized to place into effect the interim base rate increase, subject to refund, set forth in the Appendix to this Order, for service rendered on and after the date of this Order. 2. Southern District shall maintain its records in such a manner as will enable it, or the Commission, or any of Southern District's customers, to determine the amounts to be refunded and to whom any refund is due in the event that a refund of any portion of the interim base rate increase is ordered by the Commission. 3. Southern District shall issue a request for bids for the replacement of its meters no later than July 15, 2019. 4. Southern District shall fi le the request for bids with the Commission no later than July 20, 2019. 5. Southern District shall file a written report with the Commission, beginning August 1, 2019, and continuing on the first day of each subsequent month for the next six months, providing the status of Southern District's progress in obtaining replacement meters. 6. Southern District shall cease both the reading and testing of its meters until further Order of the Commission. 7. During the pendency of this case, Southern shall not enter into any contract for management, finance, or otherwise for a period longer than 30 days without the prior written consent of the Commission.

2019-00131
6/6/2019 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 Grayson, 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. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00169
6/6/2019 20190606_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00051
6/7/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. This proceeding is initiated to determine whether a vacancy existed on the Knott District's Board for more than 90 days. 2. Knott 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. 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. d. For any request to which a party 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 document containing personal information shall, in accordance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 4(10), encrypt or redact the document so that personal information cannot be read.

2019-00132
6/7/2019 PSC_ORDER

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 8, related to the service and electronic filing of documents. 4. Nucor shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's May 21, 2019 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, Nucor 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.

2019-00146
6/7/2019 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, 2019. 3. Within 20 days of the date 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.

2019-00173
6/7/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. This proceeding is initiated to determine whether a vacancy existed on the Sandy Hook Water District's Board of Commissioners for more than 90 days. 2. Sandy Hook 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.

2019-00186
6/7/2019 20190607_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00172
6/7/2019 20190607_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00053
6/10/2019 STAFF_REPORT

Notice of Filing of Commission Staff Report

2018-00429
6/10/2019 20190610_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The procedural schedule set forth in Appendix A, attached hereto and incorporated herein, shall be followed in this proceeding. 2. The information requested in Appendix B to this order shall be filed by the date set forth in Appendix A. 3. Responses to requests for information, including those set forth in Appendix B, 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. a. 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. b. Any party shall make timely amendment to any prior response if it obtains inform

2019-00080
6/10/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Millennium and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered on and after July 1, 2019. 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.

2019-00151
6/10/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Martin are denied. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered on and after July 1, 2019. 3. 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. 4. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00175
6/10/2019 20190610_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00066
6/11/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. The joint motions for confidential treatment filed by BREC and Aleris filed on March 24, 2016, April 21, 2016, and May 10, 2016, are granted. 2. The motions for confidential treatment filed by BREC on March 30, 2017, March 29, 2018, and April 1, 2019, are granted. 3. The designated materials for which BREC and Aleris seek confidential treatment in their March 24, 2016, April 21, 2016, May 10, 2016, March 30, 2017, March 29, 2018, and April 1, 2019 motions shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period or until further Orders of this Commission. 4. Use of the materials in question in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 5. BREC or Aleris shall inform the Commission if the materials in question become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 6. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not run, then BREC or Aleris shall have 30 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 BREC or Aleris is unable to make such demonstration, the requested materials shall be made available for inspection.

2016-00117
6/11/2019 20190611_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. The joint motions for confidential treatment filed by BREC and Aleris filed on March 24, 2016, April 21, 2016, and May 10, 2016, are granted. 2. The motions for confidential treatment filed by BREC on March 30, 2017, March 29, 2018, and A

2016-00117
6/11/2019 PSC_ORDER

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

2018-00103
6/11/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. KWRRl's June 12, 2019 training program is hereby conditionally approved and accredited for up to 6 hours of water district management training for water district commissioners seeking to satisfy the annual training requirements set forth in KRS 74.020(6) and (7). 2. KWRRl's training program being offered on June 18, 2019, June 20, 2019, and June 24, 2019, is hereby conditionally approved and accredited for up to 4.25 hours of water district management training for water district commissioners seeking to satisfy the annual training requirements set forth in KRS 74.020(6) and (7). 3. The training programs 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). 4. KWRRI shall retain a record of all water district commissioners attending each the training program. 5. No Later than 30 days after each scheduled offering of the training programs, KWRRI 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 if not previously provided.

2019-00144
6/11/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Natural Energy and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for final meter readings on and after July 1, 2019. 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 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.

2019-00150
6/11/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Bluegrass and set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered on and after July 1, 2019. 2. 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. 3. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00174
6/11/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rates proposed by Burkesville are denied. 2. The rates set forth in the Appendix to this Order are approved for service rendered by Burkesville on and after June 27, 2019. 3. Within 20 days of the date 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.

2019-00178
6/11/2019 20190611_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: Within 30 days of the date of the entry of this Order, TracFone shall file with the Commission an updated petition to amend its ETC designation.

2019-00185
6/11/2019 20190611_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00441
6/11/2019 20190611_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00410
6/11/2019 20190611_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2016-00159
6/12/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Big Sandy RECC's November 16, 2017 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for ten years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. Big Sandy RECC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Big Sandy RECC shall have 30 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.

2017-00374
6/12/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. BREC's May 14, 2018, petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4 . BREC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, BREC shall have 30 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.

2018-00004
6/12/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Second Post-Hearing Request for Information to Southern Water and Sewer District

2019-00131
6/12/2019 20190612_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2015-00271
6/12/2019 20190612_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00124
6/13/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. BREC's February 2, 2017, February 3, 2017, and February 16, 2017 petitions for confidential protection are granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. BREC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, BREC shall have 30 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 BREC 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow BREC to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2016-00278
6/13/2019 20190613_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00415
6/14/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Kentucky-American is to satisfy the matters complained of or file a written answer to the complaint within ten days from the date of entry of the Order. 2. Should documents of any kind be filed with the Commission in the course of this proceeding, the documents shall also be served on all parties of record. 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 personal information cannot be read.

2019-00016
6/14/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. No later than July 29, 2019, Commission Staff shall file with the Commission and serve upon all parties of record a written report containing its findings and recommendations regarding Nixutil's requested rate adjustment. 2. All other provisions of the Commission's April 1, 2019 Order not in conflict with this Order shall remain in full force and effect.

2019-00024
6/14/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Atmos is to satisfy the matters complained of or fi le a written answer to the complaint within ten days from the date of entry of the Order. 2. Should documents of any kind be filed with the Commission in the course of this proceeding, the documents shall also be served on all parties of record. 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 personal information cannot be read.

2019-00138
6/14/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2019-00145
6/14/2019 20190614_PSC_ORDER.pdf

Order Entered: 1. This proceeding is established to investigate the reasonableness of the proposed Low-Income Weatherization Support Program. 2. BREC's proposed Low-Income Weatherization Support Program is suspended for five months from June 15, 2019, up t

2019-00193
6/14/2019 20190614_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00372
6/18/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. EKPC's March 31, 2014 and March 31, 2015 petitions for confidential protection are granted. 2. The designated materials in EKPC's March 31, 2014 and March 31, 2015 petitions shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for ten years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials of EKPC's March 31, 2014 and March 31, 2015 petitions in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. EKPC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials of EKPC's March 31, 2014 and March 31, 2015 petitions become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, EKPC shall have 30 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 EKPC is unable to make such demonstration, the requested materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny the request for inspection.

2013-00174
6/18/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. KIUC's November 25, 2013 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. KIUC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, KIUC shall have 30 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 KIUC 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow KIUC to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2013-00199
6/18/2019 PSC_ORDER01

Order Entered: 1. BREC's September 30, 2013 petition for confidential treatment is granted in part and denied in part. 2. BREC's request for confidential treatment for the designated materials regarding critical energy infrastructure information is granted. 3. BREC's request for confidential treatment for the remaining designated materials contained in BREC's responses to the Attorney General's, KIUC's, Sierra Club's, and Commission Staff's respective Requests for Information is denied as moot. 4. The designated materials regarding critical energy infrastructure information shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 5. Use of the designated materials regarding critical energy infrastructure information in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 6. BREC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials regarding critical energy infrastructure information become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment.

2013-00199
6/18/2019 PSC_ORDER02

Order Entered: 1. BREC's July 12, 2013, October 22, 2013, December 17, 2013, and January 24, 2014 petitions for confidential protection are denied as moot. 2. Within 30 days of the date of this Order, BREC shall file revised pages reflecting as unredacted the designated materials subject to the July 12, 2013, October 22, 2013, December 17, 2013, and January 24, 2014 petitions that have been denied confidential treatment. 3. The designated materials in the July 12, 2013, October22, 2013, December 17, 20 13, and January 24, 2014 petitions for which confidential protection was denied shall not be placed in the public record for 30 days following the date of this Order to allow BREC to seek any remedy afforded by law.

2013-00199
6/18/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. BREC's July 11 , 2013 petition for confidential treatment is granted in part and denied in part. 2. BREC's request for confidential treatment for the designated materials in BREC's responses to the Attorney General's and KIUC's respective Requests for Information is denied as moot. 3. BREC's request for confidential protection for the electric grid reliability study is granted. 4. Within 30 days of the date of this Order, BREC shall file revised pages reflecting as unredacted the designated materials in BREC's response to the Attorney General's and KIUC's respective Requests for Information that have been denied confidential treatment. 5. The designated materials in the July 11, 2013 petition for which confidential protection was denied shall not be placed in the public record for 30 days following the date of this Order to allow BREC to seek any remedy afforded by law. 6. The designated materials pertaining to the electric grid re liability study shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 7. Use of the designated materials pertaining to the electric grid reliability study in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 8. BREC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials pertaining to the electric grid reliability study becomes publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment.

2013-00221
6/18/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. EKPC's August 21 , 2013 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials in EKPC's August 21 , 2013 petition shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for ten years, or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials of EKPC's August 21, 2013 petition in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4. EKPC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials of EKPC's August 21, 2013 petition become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, EKPC shall have 30 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 EKPC 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 designated materials of EKPC's August 21 , 2013 petition available for inspection for 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow EKPC to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2013-00259
6/18/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. BREC's August 29, 2013 petition for confidential protection is granted. 2. The designated materials shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period or until further Orders of this Commission. 3. Use of the designated materials in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 4 . BREC shall inform the Commission if the designated materials become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 5. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, BREC shall have 30 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 BREC 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 designated materials available for inspection for 30 days following an Order finding that the materials no longer qualify for confidential treatment in order to allow BREC to seek a remedy afforded by law.

2013-00266
6/18/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Kentucky Power's December 6, 2013 petition for confidential protection is granted in part and denied in part. 2. Kentucky Power's request for confidential treatment for the designated material pertaining to CEII is granted. 3. Kentucky Power's request for confidential treatment for the designated material pertaining to the RFP is denied as moot. 4. The designated materials pertaining to CEII shall not be placed in the public record or made available for public inspection for an indefinite period, or until further Orders of this Commission. 5. Use of the designated materials pertaining to CEII in any Commission proceeding shall be in compliance with 807 KAR 5:001, Section 13(9). 6. Kentucky Power shall inform the Commission if the designated materials pertaining to CEII become publicly available or no longer qualify for confidential treatment. 7. If a non-party to this proceeding requests to inspect the designated materials pertaining to CEII that were granted confidential treatment by this Order and the period during which the materials have been granted confidential treatment has not expired, Kentucky Power shall have 30 days from receipt of written notice of request demonstrate that the materials still fall within exclusions from disclosure requirements established in KRS 61.878. If Kentucky Power is unable to make such demonstration, requested materials shall be made available for inspection. Otherwise, the Commission shall deny request for inspection.

2013-00430
6/18/2019 DATA_REQUEST

Commission Staff's Request for Information Concerning Notification and Odorization Issues to Jetta Operating Appalachia, LLC

2018-00212
6/18/2019 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 8, related to the service and electronic filing of documents. 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. 4. The Attorney General shall adhere to the procedural schedule set forth in the Commission's May 21, 2019 Order and as amended by subsequent Orders.

2019-00146
6/18/2019 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, 2019. 3. Citipower shall submit all invoices received from Citigas and Citizens 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. 5. This case is hereby closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00181
6/18/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. The rate proposed by Western Lewis-Rectorville District and set forth in the Appendix to this Order is approved for service rendered by Western Lewis-Rectorville District on and after July 3, 2019. 2. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, Western Lewis-Rectorville District 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.

2019-00182
6/18/2019 20190618_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2013-00264
6/18/2019 20190618_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00208
6/19/2019 20190619_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00134
6/19/2019 20190619_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2017-00468
6/20/2019 20190620_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00104
6/20/2019 20190620_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00053
6/21/2019 20190621_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00041
6/24/2019 20190624_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00017
6/26/2019 DATA_REQUEST

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

2019-00146
6/27/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Defendant's motion for an informal conference is granted. 2. An informal conference shall be scheduled on Wednesday, July 17, 2019, at 11 a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, at the Commission's offices at 211 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky. [

2018-00172
6/27/2019 20190627_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Bent Tree Condominium Association

2019-00133
6/27/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Within 20 days of the date of this Order, Augusta shall submit to the Commission a written response to the alleged violations set out in numerical paragraphs 1 through 11 of this Order. 2. Augusta shall appear on August 20, 2019, at 11:00 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 KRS 278.495 and 49 C.F.R. Parts 191 and 192, and of showing 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, Augusta 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 August 20, 2019 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.

2019-00188
6/27/2019 20190627_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2018-00358
6/27/2019 20190627_PSC_ORDER01.pdf 2018-00358
6/28/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Atmos is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Lancaster, 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. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00210
6/28/2019 20190628_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00205
6/28/2019 20190628_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00206
7/1/2019 20190701_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Commission Staff's Second Request for Information to the City of Pikeville

2019-00080
7/1/2019 20190701_DATA_REQUEST01.pdf

Commission Staff's First Request for Information to Mountain Water District

2019-00080
7/1/2019 20190701_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. 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 fur

2019-00109
7/1/2019 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 Shelby Water are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by North Shelby Water on and after July 1, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, North Shelby Water shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. Within 30 days of the date of entry of this Order, North Shelby Water shall file with the Commission Proof of Notice pursuant to 807 KAR 5:068, Section 5(3). 6. Any document filed pursuant to ordering paragraph 5 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the post case correspondence file. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00192
7/1/2019 20190701_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00041
7/2/2019 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 District are approved. 3. The rates as set forth in Appendix B to this Order are approved for water service rendered by West Shelby District on and after July 1, 2019. 4. Within 20 days of the date of entry of this Order, West Shelby District shall file with the Commission, using the Commission's electronic Tariff Filing System, revised tariff sheets showing the rates approved herein. 5. Within 30 days of the date of entry of this Order, West Shelby District shall file with the Commission Proof of Notice pursuant to 807 KAR 5:068, Section 5(3). 6. Any document filed pursuant to ordering paragraph 5 of this Order shall reference the number of this case and shall be retained in the post case correspondence file. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00189
7/2/2019 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 13, 2019. 3. Valley Gas's future GCR reports shall include the information required in finding paragraph 7. 4. 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. 5. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00203
7/2/2019 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 Salyersville, 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. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00215
7/2/2019 PSC_ORDER

Final Order Entered: 1. Duke Kentucky is granted a CPCN that authorizes it to bid on a franchise offered by the city of Edgewood, Kentucky, for electric and natural gas transmission and distribution service. 2. If Duke Kentucky is not the successful bidder, Duke Kentucky shall, within ten days of the award of the franchise at issue, file with the Commission a written notice stating that Duke Kentucky was not the successful bidder. 3. If Duke Kentucky is the successful bidder, Duke Kentucky 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 Kentucky is the successful bidder, Duke Kentucky 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. 7. This case is closed and removed from the Commission's docket.

2019-00218
7/2/2019 20190702_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

Data Request

2019-00153
7/3/2019 20190703_DATA_REQUEST.pdf

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

2019-00193
7/3/2019 20190703_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00216
7/3/2019 20190703_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00205
7/3/2019 20190703_PSC_ORDER.pdf 2019-00206
7/5/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Burl Russell shall submit to the Commission a written response to the allegations contained in the Staff Incident Report within 20 days of the date of this Order. 2. Burl Russell shall appear on August 9, 2019, 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 violation of the Underground Facility Damage Prevention Act, and showing cause why it should not be subject to the penalties prescribed in KRS 367.4917(1) and (4) for this alleged violation. 3. The August 9, 2019 hearing shall be recorded by videotape only. 4. A person shall not file a paper or appear at a hearing on behalf of, or otherwise represent, a partnership, corporation , business entity or other person unless the person is an attorney licensed to practice law in Kentucky. 5. The Staff Incident Report in the Appendix to this Order is made a part of the record in this case.

2019-00155
7/5/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. Keith Gutterman shall submit to the Commission a written response to the allegations contained in the Staff Incident Report within 20 days of the date of this Order. 2. Keith Gutterman shall appear on August 9, 2019, 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 violation of the Underground Facility Damage Prevention Act, and showing cause why it should not be subject to the penalties prescribed in KRS 367.4917(1) and (4) for this alleged violation. 3. The August 9, 2019 hearing shall be recorded by videotape only. 4. A person shall not file a paper or appear at a hearing on behalf of, or otherwise represent, a partnership, corporation, business entity or other person unless the person is an attorney licensed to practice law in Kentucky. 5. The Staff Incident Report in the Appendix to this Order is made a part of the record in this case.

2019-00156
7/5/2019 PSC_ORDER

Order Entered: 1. City of Covington shall submit to the Commission a written response to the allegations contained in the Staff Incident Report within 20 days of the date of this Order. 2. City of Covington shall appear on August 9, 2019, 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 violation of the Underground Facility Damage Prevention Act, and showing cause why it should not be subject to the penalties prescribed in KRS 367.4917(1) and (4) for this alleged violation. 3. The August 9, 2019 hearing shall be recorded by videotape only. 4. A person shall not file a paper or appear at a hearing on behalf of, or otherwise represent, a partnership, corporation, business entity or other person unless the person is an attorney licensed to practice law in Kentucky. 5. The Staff Incident Report in the Appendix to this Order is made a part of the record in this case.

2019-00157
7/5/2019 PSC_ORDER