BOARD WATCH

April 23, 2010

Your Source for UARB Planning and Development Decisions


In this issue:

Order – Town of Canso Electrical Utility

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION by the TOWN OF CANSO, on behalf of its ELECTRIC UTILITY, for approval of amendments to its Schedule of Rates for Electric Supply and Services, to allow it to pass-through to its customers rate increases, Demand Side Management and Fuel Adjustment Mechanism adjustments approved by the Board for Nova Scotia Power Inc.

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Decision – The Personal Insurance Company

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION of THE PERSONAL INSURANCE COMPANY in its application for an approval of an endorsement for the purchase of company owned vehicles.

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Upcoming Hearings

Feb 15 – Town of Lunenbrg Electric Company
Feb 16 – Municipality of the County of Lunenburg
Feb 20 – NSPI – Annual Capital Expenditure (ACE Plan) 2012

Decisions to Watch

Feb 15 – Town of Springhill Water Main Decision
Feb 16 – Municipality of the County of East Hants Decision
Feb 20 – Emera – Annual Capital Expenditure (ACE Plan) 2012

For more information on a recent decision or to discuss how it may impact your interests, please contact Kevin Latimer at (902) 421-6262 orklatimer@coxandpalmer.com

 

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