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Arizona Corporation Commission to host public comment on proposed water rate increase

Proposed consolidation could result in rate increases for Paradise Valley residents

Posted 1/7/22

The Arizona Corporation Commission will vote on the proposed order in the EPCOR rate case at its open meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 11.  

Prior to that meeting, the commission has scheduled a …

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Arizona Corporation Commission to host public comment on proposed water rate increase

Proposed consolidation could result in rate increases for Paradise Valley residents

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The Arizona Corporation Commission will vote on the proposed order in the EPCOR rate case at its open meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 11.  

Prior to that meeting, the commission has scheduled a telephonic public comment session for those persons wishing to provide comments on the proposed order on Monday, Jan. 10 starting at 9:00 a.m.

To provide telephonic public comments, call 1-866-705-2554 and enter the code 241497#

The commission will start taking public comments at 9:00 a.m. and will continue to 11:00 a.m., or until the last caller is finished speaking, whichever comes first. 

People who wish to provide comments should call in starting around 8:45 a.m. or earlier. The commission will impose a three-minute time limit per speaker.  

There may be a significant wait time to speak, and callers will be muted until it is their turn to speak. However, once placed into the proceeding, callers will be able to hear the comments of other callers through the phone line.  

The commission will call each person’s name when it is that person’s time to speak.  

Callers should turn off their computer audio during the public comment meeting as the live stream on www.azcc.gov is delayed by 28 seconds and may cause feedback when it is the caller's turn to speak.

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