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97-1578-EL-ORD

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Case Title: MINIMUM ELECTRIC SERVICE STANDARDS
Status: AR-Archived
Industry Code: EL-ELECTRIC
Purpose Code: ORD-Administrative order
Date Opened: 12/3/1997
Date Closed: 1/17/2002
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Date FiledSummaryPages
01/17/2002Service list.8
01/17/2002Entry closing this case of record.1
01/17/2002Service notice7
03/15/2001Entry ordering that DP&L's motion to withdraw its request for a waiver of former Rule 5(E) is granted.2
03/15/2001Service Notice.7
12/22/2000Withdrawal of request for waiver filed on behalf of Dayton Power & Light Co. by R. Reid.4
10/26/2000Entry ordering that CG&E's motion to withdraw its request for a waiver of former Rule 5(E) is granted. (2 pgs.)2
10/12/2000Withdrawal of request for waiver filed on behalf of CG&E by J. Finnigan, Jr. (4 pgs.)4
10/08/1999Reply to CG&E's request for waiver from the strict appli- cation of OAC 4901:1-10-05(E), filed on behalf of OCC by A. Hotz. (4 pgs.)4
09/23/1999Request for waiver filed on behalf of CG&E by J. Finnigan. (5 pgs.)5
08/12/1999Entry clarifying that the customer/tenant is responsible for electric service during the 3-day notice period re- quired pursuant to Rule 4901:1-10-25(B), O.A.C.; further- more, the Commission notes that in contrast to paragraph (A), paragraph (B) of Rule 4901:1-10-25, O.A.C., does not specify the method of notice to the property owner; the Commission envisions that electric companies may utlize a more timely method than the mail to notify property owners and disconnect service; the ESSS order issued in97-1578 specifically noted that Rule 4901:1-10-25(B), O.A.C. applies to both residential and commercial customers; on the other hand, Chapter 4901:1-18, O.A.C., Rule, Regulation and prac- tices governing the disonnection of gas, natural gas or electric service to residential customers, and the rules therein, as the title states only apply to residential cus- tomers, while Rule 4901:1-18-05(G), O.A.C., is not required to be applied to commercial service, pursuant to the rule, CG&E may make the notice process available to commercial property owners. (4 pgs.)4
07/15/1999Entry ordering that FirstEnergy's requests for waivers of Rules 9(C), 12, 21, and 25(B) are granted on an interim basis contingent upon the company's compliance with the terms of the waivers pursuant to Findings 4, 6, 8, 10 and 11; that DP&L's requests to waive Rules 12, 22(A)(6), 22(A) (8)(e), 22(A)(16), 22(A)(20)(c) and 25 are granted contin- gent upon the company's compliance with the terms of the waivers pursuant to Finding 20; that CG&E's request to with- draw its request for a waiver of Rule 22(F) is granted. (13 pgs.)13
07/15/1999Staff's Motion for an Extension of time within to file a request for a Hearing under O.A.C. 4901:-10-10(B)(2). Submitted by: S. Reilly. (2 pgs.)2
06/30/1999Application for rule clarification filed on behalf of CG&E by J. Finnigan, Jr. (2 pgs.)2
06/30/1999Withdrawal of request for waiver, filed on behalf of CG&E by J. Finnigan, Jr. (1 pg.)1
 
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Attorney General:
Attorney Examiner:
See, Greta