Commission declares emergency to investigate Johnson Utilities

 

After the public hearing, ProgressNow, a grass-roots organization, held a press conference to kick off its “AZ Watergate” campaign./from PinalCentral video

By Jake Kincaid | PinalCentral

State regulators, apparently alarmed at what they heard from Pinal County residents this week, are taking action against a San Tan Valley water provider.

The Arizona Corporation Commission met Thursday to discuss the findings from the Johnson Utilities rate case hearings in San Tan Valley, which concluded Wednesday evening.

The commission voted unanimously to direct staff into an emergency mode to investigate the public health, billing and meter reading concerns brought to light by the public at the hearings, with a focus on the public safety issues and to recommend whether or not the commission should appoint an interim manager for Johnson Utilities.

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