2010 Florida Statutes
Rate adjustment orders.
Rate adjustment orders.—
Any order issued by the commission adjusting general increases or reductions of the rates and charges of any utility or regulated company must be reduced to writing including any dissenting or concurring opinions within 20 days after the official vote of the commission. Within such 20-day period, the commission shall also mail a copy to the clerk of the circuit court of each county in which customers of the utility or regulated company are served who are affected by the rate adjustment, which copy must be kept on file and made available to the public. The commission shall notify all parties of record in the proceeding of the date of such mailing. Such an order is not considered rendered for purposes of appeal, rehearing, or judicial review until the date the copies are mailed as required by this section. This provision does not delay the effective date of the order. Such an order is considered rendered on the date of the official vote for the purposes of s. 367.081(6).
ss. 12, 27, ch. 89-353; s. 4, ch. 91-429.