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Docket Company Name(s) Type Status Last Order Industry Description
220868 AAA Allstar Movers & Cleaners LLC Permit Pending n/a Household Goods Carriers New Household Goods Permit Application.
220867 Hat Island Telephone Company Tariff Revision Pending n/a Telecommunications The purpose of the filing is to set the rate of the dishonored payment charge, to cover the costs incurred in processing dishonored payments, including charges billed by financial institutions and wages.
220866 Whidbey Telephone Company Tariff Revision Pending n/a Telecommunications Revises Tariff No. WN U-5 to increase the rate of the dishonored payment charge.
220865 Bainbridge Disposal, Inc Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste General rate increase that would generate approximately $102,618 (1.13% percent) additional annual revenue to recover the increased cost of disposal fees set by King County. On January 1, 2023, disposal fees will increase from $104.00 per ton to $118.00 per ton at the Olympic View Transfer Station. The Company serves approximately 6,600 residential, commercial, and drop box customers in Bainbridge Island in King County. The company's last general rate increase became effective on February 1, 2017.
220864 Visionary Movers LLC Insurance Action Closed 11-28-2022 Household Goods Carriers Cancellation of Provisional Household Goods Permit THG067560 Due To Insufficient Proof of Insurance
220863 Lion Movers LLC Insurance Action Closed 11-28-2022 Household Goods Carriers Cancellation of Provisional Household Goods Permit THG070121 Due To Insufficient Proof of Insurance
220862 AMERICAN DISPOSAL COMPANY, INC. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Less than statutory notice request for a general rate increase that would generate approximately $40,400 (4.1 percent) additional annual revenue to recover the increased cost of disposal fees set by the King County Council. On January 1, 2023, disposal fees will increase from $154.02 per ton to $168.68 per ton at all King County operated facilities. The company serves approximately 26,300 garbage customers in King County. The company's last general rate increase became effective on January 1, 2019.
220861 Washington Water Service Company Contract Pending n/a Water Contract between Washington Water Service Company and customers for Phase 2 of constructing water system upgrades to provide commercial fire-flow service capable of 1,500 gallons per minute for 120 minutes to serve parcels 0221282036, 0221282009, and 022282044 on 14th Avenue NW.
220860 Northwest Natural Gas Company Staff Investigation Pending n/a Natural Gas NW Natural’s Third Quarter of 2022 Results of Operations Report pursuant to WAC 480-90-275.
220859 Washington Water Service Company Tariff Revision Pending n/a Water Tariff revision adding the Driftwood Valley Camp Water System (DOH WFI No. 20003L) to the Washington Water Service Company’s tariff. This previously unregulated water system is in eastern Pierce County. The Company states its current rates will result in lower water costs to customers. Washington Water Service Company serves over 55,000 customers across Washington. The company’s last general rate increase became effective February 15, 2022.
220858 Fusion Communications, LLC Cessation of Service Pending n/a Telecommunications Notice of Cessation of Service in Washington State.
220857 MURREY'S DISPOSAL COMPANY, INC. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste General rate increase request that, as filed, will generate approximately $2,841,000 (5.6 percent) additional annual revenue for the collection of garbage, recycling, and yard waste services. The company provides regulated solid waste collection service to approximately 63,000 residential and 2,200 commercial customers in Pierce County. The company’s last general rate increase became effective on January 1, 2019.
220856 Waste Management of Washington, Inc. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste General rate increase that would generate approximately $64,000 (0.7% percent) additional annual revenue to recover the increased cost of disposal fees set by the Waste to Energy (WTE) facility and Spokane County. On January 1, 2023, disposal fees will increase from $117.16 per ton to $120.56 per ton at the WTE facility [and from $112.00 per ton to $114.00 per ton/ at the transfer station]. The company serves approximately26,500 garbage customers in Spokane County. The company's last general rate increase became effective in March 2015.
220855 Waste Management of Washington, Inc. Tariff Revision Closed n/a Solid Waste Tariff revision to extend rates for bear proof carts, as requested by customers, to commercial customers. The company provides solid waste collection to 16,000 residential and commercial customers in Chelan and Douglas Counties.
220854 Avista Corporation Affiliated Interests Pending n/a Natural Gas A proposed Grant of Amended Access Easement, Amended Utility Right-of-Way Easement, and Restrictive Covenant from Courtyard Office Center, LLC (CYOC), an Affiliated Interest, to be filed with the Spokane County Assessor pursuant to WAC 480-90-245.
220853 Waste Management of Washington, Inc. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Request from the South Sound/Seattle business unit to retain up to 50 percent of the revenue received for the sale of recyclable commodities in accordance with the 2022-2023 King County Revenue Sharing Plan; and requested $1.13 increase (increase from a credit of $2.15 to a credit of $1.02) per month for residential recycling customers in King County. Also includes an increase to garbage rates due to a disposal fee increase at all King County Solid Waste facilities, which will increase from $154.02 to $168.68 per ton on January 1, 2023. The disposal fee increase would increase revenues by approximately $417,000 (4.0 percent). The company serves approximately 17,700 garbage, recycling, and yard waste customers in King County. The company’s last general rate case became effective March 1, 2021.
220852 Waste Management of Washington, Inc. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste General rate increase that would generate approximately $922,000 (5.5 percent) additional annual revenue to recover the increased cost of disposal fees set by the Kitsap Board of Commissioners. On January 1, 2023, disposal fees will increase from $104.00 per ton to $118.00 per ton at the Olympic View Transfer Station. The company serves approximately 52,000 garbage customers in Kitsap County. The company's last general rate increase became effective on February 1, 2013.
220851 Torre Refuse & Recycling LLC Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste General rate increase in Item 230, drop box disposal fees. On January 1, 2022, drop box disposal fees, set by Spokane County, at the North County Transfer Station will increase from $112.00 per ton to $114.00 per ton. Annual drop box disposal revenues and expenses would increase by approximately $500 (0.19 percent). The company serves approximately 200 drop box customers in Stevens County. The company's last general rate increase became effective on November 1, 2022.
220850 Sanitary Service Company, Inc. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Tariff revisions decreasing the recycling commodity adjustment $1.14 (from a debit of $1.69 to a debit of $2.83) per month for residential recycling customers and a $0.38 decrease (from a debit of $0.52 per yard to a $0.90) per yard for multi-family recycling. These revisions also seek to recover increased cost of disposal fees set by Recycling and Disposal Services Inc. On January 1, 2023, disposal fees will increase from $116.79 per ton to $128.24 per ton at the RDS transfer station. The Company serves approximately 28,000 customers in Whatcom County. The company's last general rate increase became effective on June 1, 2021.
220849 PENINSULA SANITATION SERVICE, INC. Assessment (penalty) Formal 11-23-2022 Solid Waste Staff investigation to determine if company is in violation of WAC 480-70-201, Vehicle and Driver Safety Requirements.
220848 PacifiCorp Request for Proposal Pending n/a Electric Request for Proposal for Commercial & Industrial Demand Response Program under the recently approved Tariff Schedule 106—Demand Response Programs.
220847 HAROLD LEMAY ENTERPRISES, INC. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Tariff Revision of $1.40 for an increase in commodity adjustment (from a credit of $0.55 to a debit of $0.85) per month for residential recycling customers and $1.40 decrease (from a credit of $0.55 to a debit of $0.85) per month for multi-family recycling customers for the RSA-1 service area above 142nd in Thurston County. Requested $1.63 increase (from a credit of $0.58 to a debit of $1.05) per month for residential recycling customers and proposed $1.56 decrease (from a credit of $0.57 to a debit of $0.99) per month for multi-family recycling customers for Joe's Refuse. The company serves approximately 15,700 residential and 290 multi-family recycling customers in Thurston and Lewis Counties.
220846 Torre Refuse & Recycling LLC Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Tariff revisions to recover an increase that would generate approximately $37,000 (0.6% percent) additional annual revenue to recover the increased cost of disposal fees set by the City of Spokane. On January 1, 2023, disposal fees will increase from $113.86 per ton to $117.16 per ton at the Spokane Waste to Energy Plant, and disposal fees set by Spokane County will increase from $112.00 per ton to $114.00 per ton at county transfer stations. The company serves approximately 7,000 garbage customers in Spokane County. Commodity price adjustment requested $0.47 increase (credit increase from $0.54 to $1.01) per month for residential recycling customers. The company serves approximately 33,864 residential in Spokane County. The company's last general rate increase became effective on January 1, 2019.
220845 Waste Management of Washington, Inc. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Tariff revisions increase that would generate approximately $746,000 (4.9% percent) additional annual revenue to recover the increased cost of disposal fees set by the King County. On January 1, 2023, disposal fees will increase from $154.02 per ton to $168.68 per ton at the King County Solid Waste Disposal Facilities. Also includes a request to retain up to 50% percent of the revenue received for the sale or recyclable commodities in accordance with the King County Revenue Sharing Plan, and a $0.94 decrease (credit decrease from $1.91 to $0.97) per month for residential recycling customers in Snohomish County and $0.94 decrease (credit decrease from $1.81 to $0.87) per yard/month for multi-family recycling customers in King County. The company serves approximately 115,000 garbage and recycling customers in King and Snohomish Counties.
220844 Pullman Disposal Service, Inc Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Tariff revisions that would generate approximately $63,000 (1.8 percent) additional annual revenue to recover the increased cost of disposal fees set by the Whitman County Council. On January 1, 2023, disposal fees will increase from $114.00 per ton to $119.00 per ton at the Whitman County Transfer Station. The company serves approximately 9,600 garbage customers in Whitman County. The company's last general rate increase became effective on February 1, 2020.
220843 Nooksack Valley Disposal, Inc. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Tariff revisions that would generate approximately $51,722(4.4% percent) additional annual revenue to recover the increased cost of disposal fees set by Recycling and Disposal Services, Inc. On January 1, 2023, disposal fees will increase from $116.79 per ton/yard to $128.24 per ton. The company serves approximately 2,450 residential recycling customers in Whatcom County. The company's last general rate increase became effective on January 1, 2015.
220842 Avista Corporation Tariff Revision Pending n/a Natural Gas Revises Tariff No. WN U-29 to update existing verbiage to adequately reflect various energy efficiency program modifications for the 2023 program year onward.
220841 Avista Corporation Tariff Revision Pending n/a Electric The purpose of these requested tariff revisions is to update existing verbiage to adequately reflect various energy efficiency program modifications for the 2023 program year onward, as well as to add clarification and make housekeeping changes to the remaining tariff language.
220840 Puget Sound Energy Staff Investigation Pending n/a Natural Gas Quarterly Reports for the period ending September 30, 2022 pursuant to WAC 480-90-275 and 480-100-275.
220839 Puget Sound Energy Staff Investigation Pending n/a Electric Quarterly Reports for the period ending September 30, 2022 pursuant to WAC 480-90-275 and 480-100-275.
220838 Pullman Disposal Service, Inc Fuel Surcharge Tariff Closed 11-23-2022 Solid Waste Less than Statutory Notice to revise Tariff No. 18, reflecting the addition of Fuel Surcharge Supplement No. 6 of 0.73 percent, effective December 1, 2022, and expiring December 31, 2022. The Company serves approximately 5,700 customers in Whitman County.
220837 Consolidated Disposal Services, Inc. Fuel Surcharge Tariff Closed 11-23-2022 Solid Waste Less than Statutory Notice to revise Tariff No. 6, reflecting the addition of Fuel Surcharge Supplement No. 4 of 0.98 percent, effective December 1, 2022, and expiring February 28, 2023. The Company serves approximately 20,250 customers in Grant County.
220836 Basin Disposal of Yakima, LLC Fuel Surcharge Tariff Closed 11-23-2022 Solid Waste Less than Statutory Notice to revise Tariff No. 5, reflecting the addition of Fuel Surcharge Supplement No. 3 of 2.81 percent, effective December 1, 2022, and expiring January 31, 2023. The Company serves approximately 2,600 regulated residential, commercial, and drop-box customers in Yakima County.
220835 HAROLD LEMAY ENTERPRISES, INC. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Proposed Commodity adjustment requesting $1.39 increase (debit increase from a credit of $0.52 to $0.87) per month for residential recycling customers and for multi-family the increase $0.63 (debit increase from a credit of $0.14 to $0.49) per month. The company serves approximately 63,300 residential customers and 14,000 multi-family customers in Thurston County.
220834 Ed's Disposal, Inc Fuel Surcharge Tariff Closed 11-23-2022 Solid Waste Less than Statutory Notice to revise Tariff No. 5, reflecting the addition of Fuel Surcharge Supplement No. 3 of 4.70 percent, effective December 1, 2022, and expiring January 31, 2023. The Company serves approximately 4,500 garbage customers in Benton County.
220833 Puget Sound Energy Staff Investigation Pending n/a Utilities General - Economic 2023 annual budget of expenditures reports pursuant to WAC 480-140.
220832 HAROLD LEMAY ENTERPRISES, INC. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Tariff revisions requesting $1.31 change (debit increase from a credit of $0.52 to $0.79) per month for residential recycling customers. The Company serves approximately 6,500 residential recycling customers in Grays Harbor County.
220831 Basin Disposal Inc. Fuel Surcharge Tariff Closed 11-23-2022 Solid Waste Less than Statutory Notice to revise Tariff No. 94, reflecting the addition of Fuel Surcharge Supplement No. 3 of 4.67 percent, effective December 1, 2022, and expiring January 31, 2023. The Company provides regulated solid waste collection service to approximately 5,500 residential and commercial customers in Benton, Franklin, and Walla Walla Counties.
220830 Basin Disposal of Washington, LLC Fuel Surcharge Tariff Closed 11-23-2022 Solid Waste Less than Statutory Notice request to revise Tariff No. 14, reflecting the addition of Fuel Surcharge Supplement No. 5 of .80 percent to become effective December 1, 2022, and expire on December 31, 2022. The Company serves approximately 5,000 regulated residential and commercial customers in Walla Walla County.
220829 Waste Connections of Washington, Inc. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Tariff revisions that would generate approximately $623,000 (XX percent) additional annual revenue to recover the increased cost of disposal fees set by Clark County. On January 1, 2023, disposal fees will increase from $99.88 to $106.34 per ton. The company serves approximately 74,000 residential, 4,600 commercial and 400 drop box customers in Clark County. The Company’s last general rate case became effective July 1, 2022.
220828 Torre Refuse & Recycling LLC Fuel Surcharge Tariff Closed 11-23-2022 Solid Waste Less than Statutory Notice to revise Tariff No. 7, reflecting the addition of fuel surcharge supplement No. 3 of 1.77 percent to become effective December 1, 2022, and expire on February 28, 2023. The Company serves approximately 200 customers in Spokane and Stevens Counties.
220827 Mason County Garbage Co., Inc. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Tariff revisions to recover the increased costs of disposal fees set by Mason County that would generate approximately $232,000 (% percent) for residential and commercial customers. On January 1,2023, disposal fees will increase from $110.27 per ton to $120.20 per ton. The company serves approximately 14,700 garbage customers in Mason and Kitsap Counties. The company's last general rate increase became effective on March 1, 2021.
220825 RABANCO LTD. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Tariff revisions to recover the increased cost of disposal fees set by King County. On January 1, 2023, disposal fees will increase from $154.02 per ton to $168.68 per ton at King County solid waste disposal facilities. Eastside Disposal serves approximately 29,000 residential and commercial garbage customers in King County. The company's last general rate increase became effective on June 1, 2021.
220824 RABANCO LTD. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Tariff revisions to recover the increased cost of disposal fees set by King County. On January 1, 2023, disposal fees will increase from $154.02 per ton to $168.68 per ton at King County solid waste disposal facilities. SeaTac Disposal serves approximately 5,400 residential and commercial garbage customers in King County. The company's last general rate increase became effective on August 1, 2019.
220823 HAROLD LEMAY ENTERPRISES, INC. Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste General rate increase to correct calculation errors in rates allowed in docket TG-220548 a general rate increase which became effective October 1, 2022. The rates filed in the rate case were calculated incorrectly and will not provide the agreed to revenue requirement for docket TG-220548. This filing is to correct those rates and increase revenue requirement by approximately $37,335 to account for a re-notice to customers with explanation of the error. An expense to be amortized over 2 years.
220822 Cascade Natural Gas Corporation Staff Investigation Pending n/a Natural Gas 2022 Q3 Actual Results for Washington Operations Report pursuant to WAC 480-90-275.
220821 Pierce County; Tacoma Rail Petition Formal n/a Railroad Petition to construct a railroad-highway grade separation at 192nd Street East (USDOT 932825F), on behalf of Pierce County, from Melissa McFadden.
220820 Kent-Meridian Disposal Company Tariff Revision Pending n/a Solid Waste Tariff revisions to recover the increased costs of disposal fees set by King County that would generate approximately $340,128 (4.7% percent) for residential and commercial customers. On January 1,2023, disposal fees will increase from $154.02 per ton to $168.68 per ton). The company serves 22,000 customers in King County. The last general rate became effective July 1, 2019.
220819 Arrow Launch Service, Inc. Fuel Surcharge Tariff Closed 11-23-2022 Commercial Ferries Less than Statutory Notice to revise Tariff 6, reflecting the addition of Fuel Surcharge Supplement No. 9 in the amount of $6.50 per hour to become effective December1, 2022, and expire on December 31, 2022. The Company serves customers provides launch services though out the Puget Sound.
220818 Puget Sound Energy Tariff Revision Pending n/a Electric Revises Tariff No. WN U-60, to meet expanding customer expectations by revising existing electric service schedules to eliminate end dates for these services, helping to accelerate the transition to a cleaner energy future and further advance transportation electrification (“TE”) in Washington State.