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CASE NUMBER: 87-0842-GE-ATA
CASE DESCRIPTION: DAYTON POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
DOCUMENT SIGNED ON: 8/16/2022
DATE OF SERVICE: ________________________________________
10/14/1987 Entry denying application for rehearing filed by OCC.
10/05/1987 Memorandum contra to OCC's application for rehearing filed by United Telephone by E. D'Amato.
10/02/1987 Memorandum of Cincinnati Bell Telephone Company in opposi- tion to the Office of the Consumers' Counsel's application for rehearing filed by M. Longenecker, Jr.
09/23/1987 The Office of the Consumers' Counsel's application for rehearing filed by A. Hammerstein.
09/11/1987 Memorandum in opposition of Cincinnati Bell Telephone Company to motion to intervene of Office of the Consumers' Counsel filed by M. Longenecker, Jr. and G. Garfield.
09/09/1987 Entry requiring no further action for companies listed in Exhibit 1 of Order, granting OCC intervention in Case No. 87-831-AU-COI and denying application to consolidate cases listed.
09/09/1987 Notice of amendment of service filed by G. James Van Heyde on behalf of OCC.
09/08/1987 Reply memorandum to memorandum contra by Dayton Power & Light Company and Cincinnati Gas & Electric Company; memorandum contra to motion to strike by Ohio Gas Company filed by G. James Van Heyde on behalf of OCC.
09/02/1987 Memorandum contra the office of Consumers' Counsel's motion to intervene, to consolidate, and to hold public hearings, filed by E. Rizer on behalf of applicant.
08/25/1987 Motion to Intervene, to consolidate, and hold public hearings filed by G. James Van Heyde on behalf of OCC.
08/25/1987 Letter filed by Wm. Spratley on behalf of OCC, to Chairman Chema, RE: to the utilities companies filing documents showing why their rates should not be reduced.
06/16/1987 Finding & Order granting application.
06/05/1987 Application of the Dayton Power and Light Company for authority to modify and reduce its rates for gas and electric service to jurisdictional customers to reflect Federal Corporate Income Tax rate changes.