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Johnson Utilities LLC and the Pinal County Air Quality Control District meet weekly to review and discuss air quality data. The data is measured in ten-minute intervals and is collected at a monitoring station located near Johnson Utilities, LLC's Section 11 Wastewater Treatment Plant. The Pinal County limit for air quality regarding hydrogen sulfide is 0.030 ppb for a 30-minute average.
The Arizona Corporation Commission held its monthly Open Meeting August 14, 208, followed by a Staff Meeting to discuss and vote on various water, electric, railroad, and tax reform agenda items. Two of those items included Johnson Utilities Interim Manager update Johnson Utilities water outage violations. 
During the Open Meeting held Tuesday, August 14, 2018, at the Arizona Corporation Commission, the Commissioners asked for a procedural hearing allowing an Administrative Law Judge to decide if Johnson Utilities and its managers could be held in contempt of court.  The request was made after Epcor, who had been appointed as an Interim Manager on July 26, 2018, reported that they still had not been granted access to Johnson Utilities' financial systems or accounts.
In a letter written to his Corporation Commission colleagues August 21, 2018, Commissioner Andy Tobin called for an emergency meeting to authorize issuing a search and seizure warrant on Johnson Utilities, LLC. The plea follows weeks of legal wrangling by the utility to avoid complying with a Corporation Commission order appointing EPCOR as an interim manager to run the company.
Today in Judge Stephen F. McCarville's court, the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) was asking for a permanent injuction against Johnson Utilities, requiring the utility company to provide access to everything necessary for Epcor to act as Interim Manager.
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Following an August 23, 2018 hearing, Pinal County Superior Court Judge Stephen McCarville has ordered Johnson Utilities to:
Pinal County Superior Court Judge Stephen McCarville set an August 30, 2018 2:00 p.m. deadline for Johnson Utilities to provide EPCOR with full and exclusive access to and control over all revenues paid by customers & associated list of financial institutions as well as exclusive access to facilities, records, accounts, and materials owned by Johnson Utilities. Failure to comply could have resulted in jail time.
Pinal County Superior Court Judge Stephen McCarville ordered George H Johnson and Johnson Utilities to comply with the Arizona Corporation Commission's July 24, 2018 order to grant full access to Epcor as an interim Manager by 2:00 p.m. August 30th, 2018 or face jail time. 
A Special Open Meeting was held July 24, 2018 where the Arizona Corporation Commission voted to approve Administrative Law Judge Sarah Harpring's Recommended Opinion and Order to appoint an interim manager for Johnson Utilities.  The decision of whom to appoint was scheduled to be made July 26, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.
On July 26, 2018, Rural Metro Fire Department crews from Station 844 in San Tan Valley, responded to a home on Terrace View for heat issues. Captain Payne and his crew found a family of 5 in a mobile home with no working A/C. Exterior temps were well over 110 and inside the home it was easily over 100 degrees.
Around 6:30 p.m. the winds started rolling through San Tan Valley.  Minutes later with a crack of thunder, a monsoon storm dropped rain throughout the area.  As is typical with storms in our area, the storm hit some areas in San Tan Valley harder than other areas, uprooting trees and blowing over power lines.  Areas all over the community were losing power.  Traffic lights were out, trees were blocking roadways in some areas, while other roadways were closed due to flooding.
Seahorse Ranch Rescue, a local 501(c)3 non profit horse rescue, located in San Tan Valley is asking for your help.
A consulting agreement has been entered between EPCOR Water Arizona (EPCOR) and the Utilities Division (Staff) per the Arizona Corporation Commission's Decision No. 76785.
A federal judge on Wednesday rebuffed a bid by the family trust that owns Johnson Utilities to block state utility regulators from taking control of the water and sewage company.
When was the last time you drove through San Tan Valley and thought, "They should have a light here" or "Wish there was a bike lane or a sidewalk over here"? Now is your chance to share your concerns.
We asked you last week to share your concerns regarding traffic spots that are unsafe for drivers, pedestrians or bicyclists.
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