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06/23/1987 Entry dismissing case.
06/19/1987 Trans., for hearing held on 6/12/87, (SD) Con't. Vol. I, 1-5 pages.
06/15/1987 Request to Dismiss Case filed by S. Howard on behalf of Ashland Chemical Company, Division of Ashland Oil, Inc.
05/04/1987 Entry granting complainant's motion for a 30 day continuance of the hearing and scheduling hearing to be continued to 10:00 a.m., June 12, 1987, at the offices of the Commission. (AE)
04/30/1987 Second request for continuance of hearing filed on behalf of the Complainant by S. Howard.
03/27/1987 Entry granting motion of Respondent for a 30-day continuance of the hearing and for expedited ruling. (AE)
03/25/1987 Motion for continuance of Hearing and for Expedited Ruling filed on behalf of the River Gas Company by C. Kennedy.
02/19/1987 Transcript for hearing held on February 17, 1987, (SD) 3 pages, Continued.
02/10/1987 Entry granting complainant's motion to continue this case. Prehearing conference is continued until 10:00 a.m., March 17, 1987 and hearing until 10:00 a.m., April 2, 1987 at the offices of the Commission.
02/03/1987 Motion for Continuance of Hearing and Prehearing Conference filed on behlaf of Complainant by S. Howard.
01/23/1987 Proof of Publication filed (Washington County).
01/14/1987 Legal notice sent to Marietta Daily Times (Washington County).
01/06/1987 Entry denying Respondent's motion to dismiss and scheduling prehearing conference for 2/3/87 at 10:00 a.m. and hearing for 2/17/87 at 10:00 a.m. at the offices of the Commission.
06/05/1986 Reply Memorandum of The River Gas Company in support of its Motion to Dismiss filed by P. Ruxin.
05/26/1986 Memorandum Contra Motion to Dismiss the complaint, filed by S. Howard, on behalf of Ashland Chemcial Co.
05/08/1986 Answer and Motion to Dismiss the Complaint filed by P. Ruxin on behalf of the River Gas Company.
04/15/1986 Complaint of Ashland Chemical Company (vs) River Gas Company, Relative to the Alleged, Unlawfull discrimination against Ashland by failing to offer to transport gas for Ashland prior to February 20, 1986, and by failing to pro- vide a competitive price for the transportation and sale of natural gas.