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August 30, 2005, Public Meeting Agenda
 
9:30 a.m.
August 30, 2005
Main Hearing Room
550 Capitol St. NE, Salem, Oregon 97301-2551
PO Box 2148, Salem, Oregon 97308-2148

The Commission receives generalpublic comment at the beginning and at the end of the meeting. The Commission will accept public comment on individual agenda items immediately following each staff presentation. Persons unable to attend the meeting may submit written comments. To be considered, written comments must be received prior to the meeting and should clearly reference the Agenda Item. Comments may be submitted by mail at the above addresses, fax (503-378-5505), or emailed to puc.commission@state.or.us.
 
Staff has informed the Commission that the items appearing on the following Consent Agenda are routine and not disputed by the company or parties usually participating in PUC proceedings. No member of the public has expressed interest in these items. The Commission will consider the Consent Agenda as a single action item at the beginning of the public meeting. If a member of the public requests to be heard on one of these items, the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately.
 
The staff analysis and recommendations on agenda items are available on the PUC’s Web site (http://www.puc.state.or.us) or by request from the Commission office. Copies will also be available at the meeting. Staff memoranda are generally available on the Thursday prior to the public meeting.
 
PUBLIC COMMENT
 
CONSENT AGENDA
 
ELECTRIC/NATURAL GAS
CA1. IDAHO POWER COMPANY:
(Advice No. 05-08) Modifies Sheet No.  F-1 to clarify the provisions for assessing the Field Visit Charge.
Effective date: September 8, 2005
Staff contact: Bill McNamee, (503) 378-6360
e-mail: bill.mcnamee@state.or.us

CA2. PORTLAND GENERAL ELECTRIC:
(Advice No. 05-9) Offers a five-year and three-year cost of service opt-out service during a September enrollment window to qualifying nonresidential customers for service beginning January 1, 2006.
Effective date: September 1, 2005
Staff contact: Syed Rezvi, (503) 378-6117
e-mail: syed.rezvi@state.or.us

REMOVED
CA3. IDAHO POWER COMPANY:
(Docket No. UM 1205) Requests blanket authority to sell surplus sulfur dioxide emission allowances, an accounting order to record gains from emission sales and a waiver of certain filing requirements in OAR 860-027-0025.
Staff contact: Carla Owings, (503) 378-6629
e-mail: carla.m.owings@state.or.us

CA4. PORTLAND GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY:
(Docket No. UP 225) Application for approval to sell an interest in the Boardman Coal Handling Facility located at the Boardman Generating Plant in Morrow County, Oregon.
Staff contact: Marion Anderson, (503) 378-4362
e-mail: marion.anderson@state.or.us
 
REGULAR AGENDA
 
ELECTRIC/NATURAL GAS
1. IDAHO POWER COMPANY
(Advice No. 05-03) Proposes Schedule 91, an energy efficiency rider of 1-1/2% of base revenues to fund energy efficiency and demand response programs.
Effective date: August 31, 2005
Staff contact: Bill McNamee, (503) 378-6360
e-mail: bill.mcnamee@state.or.us

2. IDAHO POWER COMPANY
(Advice No. 05-04) Proposes Schedule 88, School Efficiency Program, an incentive-based program designed to cover a portion of the cost of installing energy efficiency features in Oregon public schools.
Effective date: August 31, 2005
Staff contact: Bill McNamee, (503) 378-6360
e-mail: bill.mcnamee@state.or.us

3. IDAHO POWER COMPANY
(Advice No. 05-05) Proposes Schedule 81, Industrial Efficiency Program, an incentive-based program designed to encourage large commercial and industrial customers to install energy efficiency measures.
Effective date: August 31, 2005
Staff contact: Bill McNamee, (503) 378-6360
e-mail: bill.mcnamee@state.or.us
 
TELECOMMUNICATIONS
4. SPRINT/UNITED TELEPHONE CO OF THE NORTHWEST
(Docket No. UD 14) Moves "Sprint Classics Calling Package," and "Sprint Priority Package" from the tariff to the price list.
Staff contact: Dave Sloan, (503) 378-6113
e-mail: david.sloan@state.or.us
PUBLIC COMMENT