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PUC

(Public Utility Commission) A regulatory body in every state in the U.S. that governs public utilities within its jurisdiction such as electricity, gas, oil, sewer, water, transportation and telephone service. Some states call it the Public Service Commission (PSC).
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The PUC declined to approve other parts of Boulders proposed separation plan, stating that the requests were premature, outside of PUC authority and/or not in the public interest.
The letter, urging official vehicles to take PUC test, was issued by transport dept.
The PUC always welcomes dialogue between Pakistan and India besides the efforts for promoting peace in the region, Ashrafi added.
The PUC currently has one vacancy, following the recent resignation of Rolando Pablos.
Trujillo said that she believed that the PUC commissioners were respectful of their concerns and complaints, but that Cal-Am obstinately tried to keep the focus on water conservation.
Then we'll take that back to the PUC to assess the impacts and determine if any remedial action needs to be taken.
Savage, a Democrat, will assume the seat now held by PUC Chairman Roy Hemmingway, who retires at the beginning of next month.
The PUC recommended utility programs encouraging builders and buyers to to follow MCS codes.
All told, the PUC received 8,558 electric complaints during the 2012 fiscal year, which is about 10 percent fewer than those received in FY 2011.
He said the PUC was in touch with the leaders of Muslim countries and soon a meeting would also be convened against extremism and terrorist organizations.
He appreciated the efforts of PUC for inter-religion and inter-sect harmony in Pakistan.
The PUC delegation was led by its chairman Hafiz Tahir Ashrafi and included Secretary General Sahibzada Zahid Mahmood Qasmi, Maulana Muhammad Amjad and Maulana Abdul Jabbar, said a PUC press release issued here.