Johnson Utilities capital improvement plan approved by corporation commission

The Arizona Corporation Commission on July 18 ordered EPCOR Water Arizona Inc., while acting as interim manager of Johnson Utilities LLC, to commence work on 70 projects identified in a three-year capital improvement plan. The plan, as proposed by EPCOR, anticipates 22 wastewater projects totaling $67,760,000 and 48 water projects totaling $61,720,000 for an overall […]

EPCOR community meeting on Johnson Utilities July 17

EPCOR will host a community meeting July 17 to provide Johnson Utilities customers and the public an update on its recent work and what it is planning for the months ahead. Representatives from EPCOR and Johnson Utilities are to attend to answer questions at the 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 17, meeting at Central Arizona College’s […]

Johnson Utilities matters before AZ Corporation Commission held due to court action

A temporary restraining order prevented the Arizona Corporation Commission on July 11 from voting on a proposed three-year capital improvement plan for Johnson Utilities LLC. The utility company filed the order in Maricopa County Superior court July 10, according to a release from the ACC. “The judge held a telephonic hearing and, stating she did […]

Some Johnson Utilities customers asked to limit non-essential water use July 9 for well upgrade

Residents in the Bonanza, Morning Sun Farms and San Tan Heights communities are being asked to limit non-essential water use July 9 as EPCOR upgrades a well. “Today — from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. — EPCOR will be upgrading Morning Sun Farms Well No. 2 to bring an additional 1 million gallons of water […]

Community meeting on Johnson Utilities July 17

EPCOR will host a community meeting July 17 to provide Johnson Utilities customers and the public an update on its recent work and what it is planning for the months ahead. Representatives from EPCOR and Johnson Utilities are to attend to answer questions at the 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 17, meeting at Central Arizona College’s […]

ADEQ seeking penalties and injunctive relief in excess of $100 million from Johnson Utilities

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and the Arizona Attorney General’s Office on May 22 filed a civil case in Arizona Superior Court against Johnson Utilities LLC seeking penalties and injunctive relief in excess of $100 million. “This case is about bringing relief to the San Tan Community from the negative impacts to residents, businesses […]

Arizona Corporation Commission discusses Johnson Utilities rates, meters

The Arizona Corporation Commissioner on May 22 voted to reopen a previous decision relating to Johnson Utilities, prompted by a request by fellow Commissioner Justin Olson to consider an amendment to revisit Johnson Utilities’ rates. Earlier this month, Commissioner Olson asked his fellow commissioners to “consider ordering the company to file a new rate case […]

Town Hall for Johnson Utilities wastewater customers May 23 in San Tan Valley

A town hall meeting has been scheduled to hear from residents of San Tan Valley regarding Johnson Utilities LLC on its wastewater treatment plant and related items. The town hall starts at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 23, at the Central Arizona College, San Tan Valley Campus, 3736 E. Bella Vista Rod. The purpose of the […]

Arizona Corporation Commission updated on Johnson Utilities, Queen Creek interconnection agreement

The Arizona Corporation Commission on April 23 discussed and voted on various water, electric, railroad and securities agenda items and received an update from EPCOR Water Arizona Inc., the interim manager of Johnson Utilities LLC in San Tan Valley. “Representatives from EPCOR provided details on its finance, human resources and operations efforts to restore reliable […]

Johnson Utilities topic of executive session items before Queen Creek council

Arizona Corporation Commission actions related to Johnson Utilities are to be discussed by the Queen Creek Town Council behind closed doors, according to an agenda for the April 17 meeting. The executive session, not open to the public, is to be in the Ironwood Conference Room in the Community Chambers Building, 20727 E. Civic Parkway. […]