Tag: rules

This Week in the Missouri PSC: October 4, 2017

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Public Service Commission’s schedule is picking back up, though the docket of their weekly agenda meeting may have appeared rather sparse. Only one tariff or new order filled this week’s meeting, though three items were listed for case discussion. Rather, the PSC’s time and […]

This Week in the Missouri PSC: Sept. 27, 2017

PSC looks to aid small utilities by streamlining rate case process JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – All seats were filled at this week’s agenda meeting of the Missouri Public Service Commission. Five orders and new tariffs filled the docket, as well as one item for case discussion. The commission on Wednesday […]

OA asking for rule review input from applicants in state’s Merit System

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri’s state agencies are all moving forward with their review of their rules and regulations, as ordered by Governor Eric Greitens in Executive Order 17-03, and the Office of Administration is not immune to the process. This week, OA sent out a letter to applicants using […]

This Week in the Missouri PSC: August 9, 2017

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – This week’s meeting of the Missouri Public Service Commission seemed to focus almost exclusively on one public utility company. Out of the four tariffs and new orders that appeared on the Wednesday docket, three of them involved Missouri-American Water Company’s rate case. The first item, in […]

PSC files proposed MEEIA revisions with Secretary of State

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Public Service Commission is looking to update the definitions concerning demand side programs with three newly proposed rules and amendments. The proposed rules, filed on December 27 with the Secretary of State’s Office, are now posted on the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board’s website, […]

PSC to examine communications rules

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) has signaled its intentions to examine its governing rules about how it receives and gathers information to see if changes should be made. The commission issued a release Wednesday announcing it has opened a working case to determine whether its […]

One Year Later: Koster has returned one percent of contributions

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Just over one year ago, The New York Times got involved in Missouri politics, calling Attorney General Chris Koster out for being unethical due to campaign contributions being received by parties currently in litigation with the Attorney General’s Office (AGO). Koster denied the allegations and quickly […]

Cold Weather Rule in effect until March 31

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Public Service Commission’s Cold Weather Rule is in effect until March 31. The rule is designed to protect customers, under certain conditions, from being disconnected in the winter months when temperatures are expected to fall below 32 degrees. Qualifying customers are placed on more lenient […]