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Friday, May 25, 2018

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Headline Harrisburg
Friday, May 25, 2018
The latest news from the State Capitol 
                          
Reduced Energy Bills

As the result of tax changes within the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) issued an Order, requiring a “negative surcharge” or monthly credit on customer bills for 17 major electric, natural gas, and water and wastewater utilities, totaling more than $320-million per year.

Depending on the revenue and tax impact on each utility addressed in the PUC orders, the distribution charges on monthly consumer bills are expected to decrease from .56-percent to 8.55-percent. A list of the utilities impacted by the PUC orders, along with the anticipated changes in distribution rates, has been posted to the online at www.puc.pa.gov/pcdocs/1567184.pdf

Public utilities required to begin returning federal tax savings to consumers include:
  • PPL Electric Utilities Corporation
  • UGI Central Penn Gas lnc.
  • UGI Penn Natural Gas lnc.
  • UGI Utilities, lnc.- Gas Division
  • Pennsylvania-American Water Company
  • Pennsylvania-American Water Company-Wastewater
  • Metropolitan Edison Company
  • West Penn Power Company
  • Citizens' Electric Company of Lewisburg
  • Pennsylvania Electric Company
  • Pennsylvania Power Company
  • Pike County Light & Power Company,
  • Wellsboro Electric Company
  • West Penn Power Company
  • PECO Energy Company (Gas Division)
  • National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation
  • Peoples Gas Company LLC
  • Peoples Natural Gas Company LLC-Equitable Division
Learn more by clicking here.
                
         
Preserving Our Forests


The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) will soon begin a series of hearings across the state as part of their desire for involving the public in charting the future course of Pennsylvania’s state forests.

The Elk State Forest will be the subject of a meeting to be held Wednesday, June 13, from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Elk State Forest Resource Management Center, 258 Sizerville Road, Emporium.

“This district planning revision process provides a great opportunity for the public to learn more about their local state forest and to get involved in district state forest management priorities,” said DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn. “I invite our state forest visitors to take advantage of this opportunity, and make their feelings known.”

Please click here for more information.
                  
         
Chronic Wasting Disease Update

As part of the fight to slow the spread of chronic wasting disease, the Pennsylvania Game Commission is updating its executive order prohibiting the importation of high-risk deer parts into Pennsylvania from New York, Ohio, Maryland and West Virginia.

Please click on the link below for the details.
                  
         
If you live in Bradford or Morris Township….

PennDOT has placed radar-controlled speed display signs on Mineral Springs Road north of Wilson Road and on Route 53/Morrisdale Allport Highway north of Church Street.

The signs are to aid in curbing speeding and face northbound traffic. They will remain in their locations for up to four weeks.

Speeding and other aggressive driving behaviors are among the leading causes of crashes and fatalities in Pennsylvania. Other aggressive driving behaviors include running stop signs or red lights, passing illegally and tailgating.

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