Public Witness Hearing

Transfer of Briar Chapel Subdivision Wastewater System and
Fearrington Village Wastewater System to
ONSWC-Chatham North, LLC

Docket No. W-1320 Sub 0
Docket No. W-1320 Sub 2

Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 7:00 p.m.

Historic Chatham County Courthouse
2nd Floor Courtroom
9 Hillsboro St, Pittsboro

Applications have been filed with the Commission to:

(1) Transfer the Briar Chapel Subdivision’s Wastewater System and Franchise to ONSWC-Chatham North.
(2) Transfer the Fearrington Village Wastewater System and Franchise to ONSWC Chatham North.

These applications do not include a change in rates.

The Commission has scheduled this public hearing for the purpose of receiving testimony from Briar Chapel and Fearrington Village customers. Information about giving testimony can be found here.

Customers can also submit a written statement to the Commission via email. Be sure to include the docket number in the subject line. Another option is to mail a statement to the Commission at the address below. In either case, after two or three business days, statements are made part of the official record for the proceeding, and can be viewed on this website via the assigned docket number.

The Public Staff—North Carolina Utilities Commission is a separate, independent agency that represents the using and consuming public in matters before the Commission, including applications for certificate of public convenience and necessity and the establishment of rates like this one. You can send the Public Staff a statement, or ask them a question, via email.

The Commission has also scheduled an evidentiary hearing for expert witness testimony which will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 22, 2020, in Commission Hearing Room 2115, 430 N Salisbury Street, Raleigh. There will not be an opportunity for public comments at this hearing, but the public is welcome to attend.

Weapons are strictly prohibited at these hearings, and everyone entering the buildings must pass through a metal detector.

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