January 4, 2016, the San Gabriel Water filed its Application
with the CPUC, proposing to increase its revenues for both of its divisions,
starting July 1, 2017:
2017: $14,476,800 increase or 24.8%
2018: Additional of $3,599,800 increase or 5.0%
2018: Additional increase of $1,760,400 or 2.3%
2019: Additional increase of $2,664,800 or 3.4%
On May 3, 2016, the CPUC issued a Ruling
setting the scope and schedule of the proceeding.
Participation Hearings are scheduled in San Gabriel's service
Hearings are set for October 24 to November 2, 2016 in the CPUC's
Los Angeles office.
final CPUC Decision is scheduled for the second quarter 2017.
ORA performed an in-depth analysis of San Gabriel’s request to increase its revenue requirement. ORA finds that San Gabriel needs significantly less of an increase to operate its system safely and reliably.
Los Angeles County
$4.1 million increase or 6.47%
Additional of $1.1 million increase or 1.67%
million increase or 17.20%
Additional increase of $1.1 million or 1.6%
finds the largest difference in estimates between its analysis and San
Gabriel’s requested increase are in the areas of capital investment,
expenses for Operations & Maintenance, Administrative & General,
Payroll, and new positions. ORA’s analysis finds that San Gabriel has
sufficient existing water supplies to meet its customers’ needs.
Based on its analysis, ORA forecasts higher water sales than San Gabriel in both Los Angeles County and Fontana Water Company Divisions. ORA also recommends that the CPUC find that San Gabriel’s customer service is satisfactory and that it is in compliance with all federal and state drinking standards.
ORA recommends that the CPUC should not determine increases for future years until San Gabriel submits an earnings test for each of its divisions. This will allow the CPUC to determine any appropriate increase or decrease.
July 25, 2016 Testimony with ORA's Reports on:
8, 2016 Protest
to San Gabriel Water’s Application.
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