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Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor

Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor

OUCC > Water/Sewer > Key Cases By Utility > Stucker Fork Water Rate Case Stucker Fork Water Rate Case

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Stucker Fork Conservancy District is seeking IURC approval to change its water rates. The district provides service in Scott, Jefferson, Jackson, Jennings, Washington, and Clark Counties.

The OUCC filed testimony on January 15, 2016. Under the agency's recommendations, the monthly residential water rate for 5,000 gallons would rise from $16.55 to $17.51. The overall rate increase would be limited to nearly 5.8 percent (compared to the 12.5 percent the district has requested).

  • OUCC Testimony: Foster (26 pages)
  • OUCC Testimony: Bell (38 pages)
  • OUCC Testimony: Kaufman (18 pages)

To view the case file, click here and enter docket number 44687. The utility's key filings include:

The OUCC issued a November 30, 2015 news release inviting consumer comments. 

All hearings in this case have concluded. The parties are scheduled to file closing arguments in August and September.

This page will be updated based on case developments.

 

The IURC approved Stucker Fork Conservancy District's current rates in October 2013.

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