PSC-25-16-00027-P Use of the Badger Meter HR E LCD High Resolution E Series Encoder Register  

  • 6/22/16 N.Y. St. Reg. PSC-25-16-00027-P
    NEW YORK STATE REGISTER
    VOLUME XXXVIII, ISSUE 25
    June 22, 2016
    RULE MAKING ACTIVITIES
    PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
    PROPOSED RULE MAKING
    NO HEARING(S) SCHEDULED
     
    I.D No. PSC-25-16-00027-P
    Use of the Badger Meter HR E LCD High Resolution E Series Encoder Register
    PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE State Administrative Procedure Act, NOTICE is hereby given of the following proposed rule:
    Proposed Action:
    The Public Service Commission is considering a petition filed by New York American Water Company on April 26, 2016, to use the Badger Meter HR E LCD High Resolution E Series Encoder Register.
    Statutory authority:
    Public Service Law, section 89-d(1)
    Subject:
    Use of the Badger Meter HR E LCD High Resolution E Series Encoder Register.
    Purpose:
    To consider the use of the Badger Meter HR E LCD High Resolution E Series Encoder Register.
    Substance of proposed rule:
    The Public Service Commission is considering a petition filed by New York American Water Company to use the Badger Meter HR E LCD High Resolution E Series Encoder Registers. The Commission may approve, modify, or reject the relief proposed, and may consider other related matters.
    Text of proposed rule and any required statements and analyses may be obtained by filing a Document Request Form (F-96) located on our website http://www.dps.ny.gov/f96dir.htm. For questions, contact:
    John Pitucci, Public Service Commission, 3 Empire State Plaza, Albany, New York 12223-1350, (518) 486-2655, email: john.pitucci@dps.ny.gov
    Data, views or arguments may be submitted to:
    Kathleen H. Burgess, Secretary, Public Service Commission, 3 Empire State Plaza, Albany, New York 12223-1350, (518) 474-6530, email: secretary@dps.ny.gov
    Public comment will be received until:
    45 days after publication of this notice.
    Regulatory Impact Statement, Regulatory Flexibility Analysis, Rural Area Flexibility Analysis and Job Impact Statement
    Statements and analyses are not submitted with this notice because the proposed rule is within the definition contained in section 102(2)(a)(ii) of the State Administrative Procedure Act.
    (16-W-0245SP1)

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