Briefs filed in PSC Petition

Published on: February 6, 2012

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Today, WILL and several other entities involved in the petition to allocate utility costs for the Milwaukee Streetcar project filed briefs on the initial question of whether Brett Healy, as a ratepayer of an affected utility, has standing to bring this petition for a declaratory ruling.

The PSC has asked the parties to address whether Wis. Stat. sec. 196.58(4), which provides a method for utilities and large organizations (including an organization of at least 25 individuals) to petition the PSC for relief, precludes an individual like Brett Healy from filing a petition under Wis. Stat. sec. 227.41, which permits any “interested person” to petition the PSC for relief.

WILL’s brief on the issue isĀ here.

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