Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 515-11-1-.05 - Specific Procedure-Area Maps*

Current through Rules and Regulations filed through April 4, 2022

(1) The mapping entity will retain the original mylar line maps prepared as described in 515-11-1-.04 hereof and will furnish each electric supplier operating in each county requested reproductions of all line maps as may be necessary to cover its service area. The completed line maps will be used by the electric suppliers as the basis for applications to the Commission for assignment or declaration of unassignment.
(2) In the event that negotiations between electric suppliers in each county result in agreement on assignment or unassignment of areas as the basis for joint application to the Commission, a copy of the line map showing territorial boundaries agreed upon will be furnished to the mapping entity, who will transfer the boundaries to a duplicate of the original mylar line map. A copy of the completed area map will be furnished to each concerned electric supplier who participated in the negotiations affecting said map for verification that the information shown thereon is a true and correct representation of the results of the negotiations. Upon verification that the map is correct, the original mylar map will be presented to all concerned electric suppliers for signature certification that the information shown is correct. Upon certification by all concerned electric suppliers that the information shown on each map is correct, the concerned electric suppliers will join in an application to the Georgia Public Service Commission requesting assignment of service areas as shown on the original mylar map to be made a part of the application.

Notes

Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 515-11-1-.05
Ga. L. 1973, Sec. 11, 12, pp. 217, 218; 1975, Sec. 2, p. 406.
Original Rule was filed on December 29, 1975; effective 1/1/1976, as specified by Ga. L. 1975, p. 411.

*See Exhibits "A," "B," "C," and "D" following. Rule 515-11-1-.08.

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