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Florida Public Service Commission
City of Vero Beach letter of Support for Utility sale of Vero Electric to FPL
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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br />Peter D. O'Bryan <br />District 4 <br />Chairman <br />Bob Solari <br />District 5 <br />Vice -Chairman <br />May 30, 2018 <br />Chairman Commissioner Art Graham <br />Commissioner Gary F. Clark <br />Commissioner Julie I. Brown . <br />Commissioner Donald J. Polmann <br />Commissioner Andrew Giles Fay <br />Florida Public Service Commission <br />2,540 Shumard Oak Boulevard <br />Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0850 <br />Susan Adams <br />District 1 <br />Tim Zorc <br />District 3 <br />Joseph F. Flescher <br />District 2 <br />Re: In re: Joint petition to terminate territorial agreement, by Florida Power & Light <br />and the City of Vero Beach <br />Docket No.: 20170236 -EU <br />In re : Petition by Florida Power & Light Company (FP Q for authority to charge <br />FPL rates to former City of Vero Beach customers and for approval of FPL's <br />accounting treatment for City of Vero Beach transaction <br />Docket No.: 20170235 -EI <br />Dear Chairman Graham and Commissioners: <br />As Chair of the Indian River County Board of County Commissioners, I respectfully <br />ask for your favorable consideration of the sale of the City of Vero Beach electric utility <br />system to FPL as is currently structured. Although I appreciate the Public Service <br />Commission staff support of the termination of the existing territorial agreement between FPL <br />and the City of Vero Beach and the charging of FPL rates, I am extremely disappointed that <br />the Public Service Commission staff opposed the sale as structured "and negotiated by the <br />parties and unanimously approved by the Florida Municipal Power Agency. <br />The acquisition is intended to bring much-needed rate relief to the residents of the <br />City of Vero Beach, and those residents in the unincorporated areas of Indian River County <br />and the Town of Indian River Shores that are currently served by the City of Vero Beach, <br />1801 27th Street, Building A <br />Vero Beach, FL 32960 <br />(772) 226-1490 <br />
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