I/M/O/ New Jersey-American Water Company, Inc. for Approval of Increased Tariff Rates and Charges for Water and Sewer Service; Change in Depreciation Rates; and other Tariff Modifications, BPU Docket No. WR11070460, OAL Docket No. PUC09799-2011N
 
On July 29, 2011, New Jersey-American Water Inc., filed a petition with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities seeking a rate increase of $95.5 million or approximately 15.5% over pro-forma present rate revenues of $565 million.  The actual percentage increases applicable to specific customers will vary according to the applicable rate schedule and level of each customer's usage.  The Company also proposes to implement a Conservation Plan Tracker and Water Efficiency Tracker in support of its proposed conservation plan.
 
Board Order and Stipulation of Settlement

 

Direct Testimony of Robert Henkes, Michael J. Majoros, Jr., Andrea Crane, Brian Kalcic, Howard J. Woods, Jr, and David C. Parcell filed on behalf of the Division of Rate Counsel on January 13, 2012.
 
Public Hearing Statement, given by Debra F. Robinson, Deputy Rate Counsel on December 6. 2011 at the Ocean City Public Library in Ocean City, NJ.

 


 

I/M/O New Jersey-American Water Company for Authorization to Implement a Distribution System Improvement Charge ("DSIC"), BPU Docket No. WO08050358
 
On May 23, 2008, New Jersey American Water Company filed a Petition with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities seeking approval of a Distribution System Improvement Charge (DSIC).  The DSIC as currently proposed will result in self implementing, provisional rate adjustments each calendar quarter to customer bills to recover the cost for water and sewer system improvements. The Company proposes to apply the DSIC as a percentage of each customer’s bill and that percentage will not exceed 7.5% of the Company’s gross revenues from the prior year, exclusive of DSIC charges.  

Reply Brief of the Department of the Public Advocate, Division of Rate Counsel filed on May 20, 2009.
 
Initial Brief of the Department of the Public Advocate, Division of Rate Counsel filed on April 17, 2009.

Direct Testimony of Howard J. Woods, Jr. and Robert J. Henkes filed on behalf of the Department of the Public Advocate, Division of Rate Counsel on January 9, 2009. 

Public Hearing Statement given by Paul Flanagan, Deputy Public Advocate on January 6, 2009 at the Maplewood Library in Maplewood, New Jersey.


I/M/O New Jersey-American Water Company Inc. for Approval of Increased Tariff Rates and Charges for Water and Sewer Service; Increased Depreciation Rates and other Tariff Revisions, BPU Docket No. WR08010029, OAL Docket No. PUC0319-08

 

On January 14, 2008, New Jersey-American Water Company Inc., filed a petition with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities seeking to increase rates for water and sewer service.  In the current rate case, New Jersey-American proposes a rate increase of $124,745,975 or 23.35%.  The actual percentage increase applicable to specific customers will vary according to the applicable rate schedule and level of each customer's usage.

Public Hearing Statement given by Susan Mcclure, Deputy Public Advocate on May 6, 2008 in Bridgewater, New Jersey.


I/M/O New Jersey-American Water Company, Inc. for Approval of a Municipal Consent Granted by the Township of Mantua, County of Gloucester and a Resolution Issued by the Mantua Township Municipal Utilities Authority to Serve the Area to be Developed as the South Jersey Technology Park, BPU Docket No. WE07060372

On June 6, 2007, NJAWC filed a petition with the Board of Public Utilities requesting its approval of a municipal consent, Ordinance No. O-08-2007, granted in perpetuity by the Township of Mantua on March 27, 2007, to add, extend, operate and maintain water facilities on property located in the Township.

Comments filed by Rate Counsel on December 11, 2007


I/M/O New Jersey-American Water Company, Inc. for Approval of a Municipal Consent Granted by the Township of Westhampton, County of Burlington BPU Docket No. WE06110820

On November 17, 2006, the New Jersey-American Water Company, Inc. filed a Petition with the Board of Public Utilities requesting approval of a municipal consent by the Township of Westhampton.  New Jersey-American wants to provide water service to a newly proposed residential development.

Comments filed by Rate Counsel on October 25, 2007.