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Press Release: Gov. Nixon names Dustin Allison as acting Public Counsel to represent public and interests of utility customers before PSC

JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon today named Dustin Allison as the acting Public Counsel for the Office of the Public Counsel, the agency that represents the public and the interests of utility customers before the Missouri Public Service Commission. The position became vacant earlier this month when the Governor named former Public Counsel Lewis R. Mills as the new director of the


PSC commissioner receives scouting honor

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – Steve Stoll was barely in Boy Scouts a month and he wanted to quit. He asked for advice from his father, whose sage wisdom amounted to, “Well, you already have a uniform, wait it out a little while longer.” Almost 50 years later, Stoll is still involved with Boy Scouts. He’s


After Consideration Senator Nasheed Removes Hold on Hall’s Nomination to PSC

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – After taking an evening to further consider the matter, Sen. Jamilah Nasheed, D-St. Louis, decided this morning to remove the hold she placed on Daniel Hall’s nomination to the Public Service Commission, clearing the way for a vote on his appointment next week. “Yesterday I asked to place a hold on


Nasheed blocks PSC appointment, wants LIHTC funds released

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Sen. Jamilah Nasheed blocked a gubernatorial appointment to the Public Service Commission — a body that regulates investor-owned utilities in the state. She’s demanding clearer PSC regulations and rules and a release of more than $13 million in Low Income Housing Tax Credit funds. Nasheed, a St. Louis Democrat, has clashed


Consumer groups plan to appeal PSC decision

— A ruling by the Public Service Commission last month that denied a motion that could ultimately make earning information for Ameren Missouri’s most recent quarter public is soon to be challenged. In early July, the Missouri Industrial Energy Consumers, AARP, the Consumers Council of Missouri and the Office of Public Counsel filed a motion