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DATE:

July 9, 2015

TO:

Office of Commission Clerk (Stauffer)

FROM:

Division of Engineering (Lee)

Division of Accounting and Finance (Bulecza-Banks, Fletcher, Frank, Norris)

Division of Economics (Bruce)

Office of the General Counsel (Villafrate)

RE:

Docket No. 150115-WS – Joint application for approval of transfer of majority organizational control of Ni Florida, LLC, holder of Certificate Nos. 388-W in Lee County and 104-S in Pasco County, to Ni Pacolet Milliken Utilities, LLC.

AGENDA:

07/21/15Regular Agenda – Interested Persons May Participate

COMMISSIONERS ASSIGNED:

All Commissioners

PREHEARING OFFICER:

Edgar

CRITICAL DATES:

None

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS:

None

 

 Case Background

On April 3, 2015, Ni Florida, LLC. (Ni Florida or Utility), holder of Certificate Nos. 388-W in Lee County and 104-S in Pasco County and Ni Pacolet Milliken Utilities, LLC. (Buyer) filed a joint application for transfer of majority organizational control of Ni Florida to the Buyer.

Ni Florida provides water service in Lee County and wastewater service in Pasco County. Ni America Capital Management, LLC. (Seller) is currently the sole owner of Ni Florida. The Buyer is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pacolet Milliken Enterprises, a Delaware corporation. Pacolet Milliken Enterprises entered into the purchase agreement with the Seller and subsequently assigned its interest in the purchase agreement to the Buyer subsequently. Because the purchase agreement is structured as a purchase of 100 percent of the equity interests, this application does not involve a transfer of the facilities or the land owned by Ni Florida or occupied by the Ni Florida systems, and Ni Florida will continue to own or lease the land on which its facilities are located. The transfer of majority organizational control of Ni Florida by the purchase agreement is subject to Commission's approval.

The Commission has jurisdiction in this case pursuant to Section 367.071, Florida Statutes (F.S.)

 


Discussion of Issues

Issue 1: 

 Should the application for transfer of majority organizational control of Ni Florida, LLC., holder of Certificate Nos. 388-W in Lee County, and 104-S in Pasco County, to Ni Pacolet Milliken Utilities, LLC. be approved?

Recommendation: 

 Yes. The transfer of majority organizational control to Ni Pacolet Milliken Utilities, LLC. is in the public interest and should be approved effective the date of the Commission vote. The resultant order should serve as the water and wastewater certificates, with the territory described in Attachments A (388-W) and B (104-S). The existing rates and charges should remain in effect until a change is authorized by the Commission in a subsequent proceeding. The tariffs reflecting the transfer should be effective on or after the stamped approval date on the tariffs, pursuant to Rule 25-30.475, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.). (Lee, Frank, Bruce)

Staff Analysis: 

 The applicants provided proof of compliance with the noticing provisions set forth in Section 367.071, F.S., and Rule 25-30.030, F.A.C. Mr. Tom Steans, a customer of Ni Florida’s Hudson wastewater system, filed comments in objection to the transfer regarding odor in his neighborhood year after year and expressed his preference in having the wastewater operation under Pasco County ownership. This is the only letter of objection filed with the Commission. Staff contacted Mr. Stearns and confirmed that he is not requesting an administrative hearing.

In response to staff’s data request, Ni Florida provided documents demonstrating its efforts in addressing the odor concerns. Ni Florida states that it has identified the source of the odor at its Del Mar master lift station, which is a connection point between Ni Florida’s collection system and the Pasco County wastewater treatment plant where the wastewater is treated. Ni Florida’s efforts before 2014, including the installation of piping and the rehabilitation of the Del Mar station, did not resolve the matter. After it engaged customers and sought feedback, Ni Florida made further improvements including the installation of a tank and pump system in 2014 to automatically inject an odor-controlling and neutralizing material into the Del Mar wet well each day. After the lift station improvements were completed, the president of Ni Florida's contracted operator attended a meeting of the homeowners' association in March 2014 and explained actions taken to reduce or eliminate odors from the Del Mar master lift station. According to Ni Florida, residents confirmed the improvement. Ni Florida states that it has used customer input of specific odor incidents to fine-tune the automatic odor-control system, and will continue to do so.

Staff believes Ni Florida has reasonably demonstrated that it recognized the odor issues and has made a number of lift station improvements to address the issues. Ni Florida meets with Pasco County officials on a quarterly basis regarding a variety of matters involving both Utilities' operations. Ni Florida states that Pasco County is well aware of its transfer but has neither expressed any interest in acquiring the Utility, nor expressed any objection or concern regarding the proposed transfer of majority organizational control.

Pursuant to Rule 25-30.037(3)(f), F.A.C., the application contains statements describing the technical and financial ability of the applicant to provide service. Since the Buyer is a wholly owned subsidiary of its parent company, staff reviewed the financial statements of the parent company and believes the parent company has the financial capability to provide any necessary funding. The transfer application states that the parent of the Buyer will supply the necessary funds if there is need for system improvements above the level of internal funding. The Buyer determined that the water and wastewater systems operated by Ni Florida are in satisfactory condition and in compliance with all applicable standards set by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. According to the application, there will be no change in the day-to-day operational management of the systems. Based on the information above, staff believes the Buyer has the technical and financial capability to provide service to the existing service territory.

 

The Utility’s water and wastewater rates were last approved in a file and suspend rate case in 2013.[1] The wastewater rates were subsequently reduced, in 2014, to reflect the four-year rate reduction associated with a prior rate case in 2010 as required by Section 367.0816, F.S. The Utility’s miscellaneous service charges, non-sufficient fund charges, service availability charges, and customer deposits for water and wastewater have been approved by the Commission in various other dockets.[2] The Utility’s existing rates and charges are shown on Schedule Nos. 1 and 2. Rule 25-9.044(1), F.A.C., provides that, in the case of a change of ownership or control of a utility, the rates, classifications, and regulations of the former owner must continue unless authorized to change by this Commission. Therefore, staff recommends that the Utility’s existing rates and charges remain in effect until a change is authorized by this Commission in a subsequent proceeding.

In conclusion, staff recommends that the transfer of majority organizational control is in the public interest and should be approved effective the date of the Commission vote. The resultant order should serve as the water and wastewater certificates, with the territory described in Attachments A (388-W) and B (104-S). The existing rates and charges should remain in effect until a change is authorized by the Commission in a subsequent proceeding. The tariffs reflecting the transfer should be effective for services rendered or connections made on or after the stamped approval date on the tariffs, pursuant to Rule 25-30.475, F.A.C


Issue 2: 

 Should this docket be closed?

Recommendation: 

 Yes. If the Commission approves staff's recommendation in Issue 1, this docket should be closed. (Villafrate)

Staff Analysis: 

 If the Commission approves staff's recommendation in Issue 1, this docket should be closed.


Ni Florida, LLC

Water Service Territory

Lee County

 

Township 43 South, Range 24 East

 

Section 27

 

Parcel OneA tract or parcel of land in the Southeast 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of Section 27, Township 43 South, Range 24 East, which is described as follows:  From the Southwest corner of said fraction of Section; thence N.0º19'10"W. along the West line of said Section for 25.0 feet; thence S.89º53'40"E. along the North right of way (25.0 feet from center line) of Littleton Road and parallel with the South line of said Section for 1,877.70 feet to an intersection with a Southerly prolongation of a line parallel with and 290.00 feet (as measured on a perpendicular) from the Westerly line (S.05º56'20W.) of the Tamiami Trail (U.S. 41, State Road No. 45) and the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence N.05º56'20"E. along said prolongation for 348.19 feet; thence S.84º03'40"E. for 290.00 feet; thence S.05º56'20"W. along the Westerly right-of-way (100.00 feet from center line) of said Tamiami Trail for 208.00 feet to a point of curvature of a curve to the left (radius 5,829.58 feet, Delta Angle 01º05'08"); thence Southwesterly along the arc of said curve for 110.46 feet; thence N.89º53'40"W. along said North right of way of Littleton Road for 292.55 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing 2.220 acres more or less.

 

Parcel Two:  A tract or parcel of land in the Southeast 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of Section 27, Township 43 South, Range 24 East, which is described as follows:  From the Southwest corner of said fraction of Section; thence N.0°19'10"W. along the West line of said Section for 25.0 feet; thence S.89°53'40"E. along the North right-of-way (25.0 feet from center line) of Littleton Road and parallel with the South line of said Section for 1,877.70 feet to an intersection with a Southerly prolongation of a line parallel with and 290.00 feet (as measured on a perpendicular) from the Westerly right of way (S.05°56'20"W.) of the Tamiami Trail (U.S. 41, State Road 45); thence N.05°56'20"E. along said prolongation for 348.19 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continue N.05°56'20"E. along said prolongation for 371.45 feet; thence S.89°53'40"E. along the Southerly line of an 80.00 feet wide parcel II land as recorded in O.R.B. 1687, page 1106 for 291.50 feet; thence S.05°56'20"W. along said Westerly right-of-way (100.00 feet from center line) of said Tamiami Trail for 401.00 feet; thence N.84°03'40"W. for 290.00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing 2.572 acres more or less.

Parcel ThreeA tract or parcel of land in the Southwest 1/4 of Section 27, Township 43 South, Range 24 East, which is described as follows:  From the Southwest corner of said fraction of Section; thence N.0°19'10"W. along the West line of said Section for 25.0 feet; thence S.89°53'40"E. along the North right-of-way (25.0 feet from center line) of Littleton Road and parallel with the South line of said Section for 1,877.70 feet to an intersection with a Southerly prolongation of a line parallel with and 290.00 feet (as measured on a perpendicular) from the Westerly right of way (S.05°56'20"W.) of the Tamiami Trail (U.S. 41, State Road 45); thence N.05°56'20"E.

along said prolongation for 800.41 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING;  thence continue N.05°56'20"E. along said prolongation for 1,206.73 feet to the northerly boundary of lands formerly conveyed to Windmill Villages of America; thence run N.89°34'20"E. along said northerly boundary for 286.66 feet to the intersection with the curved westerly line (100.00 feet from center line) of the Tamiami Trail (State Road No. 45); thence run southwesterly along said westerly line, along the arc of a curve to the right of radius 5,597.58 feet (chord bearing S.04°42'50"W.) for 239.22 feet to a point of tangency; thence run S.05°56'20"W. for 969.83 feet; thence run N.89°53'40"W. for 291.50 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing 7.922 acres more or less.

 

Township 43 South, Range 24 East

 

Sections 27 and 28

 

A tract or parcel of land in Sections 27 and 28, Township 43 South, Range 24 East, encompassing Leesure Village, a Mobile Home Park, as recorded in Condominium Plat Book 3, pages 60 through 76 of the Lee County, Florida Public Records, which is described as follows: 

 

Commencing at the Northwest corner of the Southwest 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of Section 27, Township 43 South, Range 24 East; run S.89°53'50"E. 25.00 feet; thence N.0°19'10"W. 172.35 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING, the last course being 25 feet perpendicular and parallel to the West line of said Section; thence continue N.0°19'10"W. 2,144.47 feet, said course being 25 feet to the West line of Section 27; thence N.89°33'50"E. 575.0 feet, thence S.0°18'50"E. 169.78 feet, thence N.89°41'30"E. 600.0 feet; thence S.0°19'10"E. 243.90 feet; thence N.89°33'50"E. 1,129.35 feet to a point in the curve concave to the Southwest, being the Westerly right-of-way line of U.S. 41; thence following the curvature thereof in the Southeasterly direction following along the Westerly right-of-way line of U.S. 41, said curve having a central angle of 12°35’40", a radius of 5,597.58 feet, a chord of 1,227.95 feet, and arc of 1,229.99 feet, and a distance of 1,229.99 feet to a point lying on said curve, on Westerly right-of-way line of U.S. 41; thence S.89°33'50"W. 899.33 feet; thence S.05°55'50"W. 518.77 feet to a point.; thence N.89°53'40"W. 1,401.01 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.

 

Also

 

The Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of said Section 28, Township 43 South, Range 24 East. Subject to a 100 foot easement along the Easterly line of said Property.

 

                                                                                                                                        

 

 

FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

Authorizes

 

Ni Florida, LLC

Pursuant to

Certificate Number 388-W

 

to provide water service in Lee County in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 367, Florida Statutes, and the Rules, Regulations, and Orders of this Commission in the territory described by the Orders of this Commission. This authorization shall remain in force and effect until superseded, suspended, cancelled or revoked by Order of this Commission.

Order Number                      Date Issued    Docket Number         Filing Type

11734                                      03/18/83          820183-WS (MC)       Original Certificate

21421                                      06/20/89          890127-WS                 Transfer of Certificate

21421-A                                  08/09/89          890127-WS                 Correction

22449                                      01/23/90          891148-WS                 Amendment

PSC-95-1441-FOF-WU          11/28/95          950015-WU                Transfer

PSC-08-0621-FOF-WU          09/24/08          080183-WU                Transfer

*                                              *                      150115-WS                 TMOC

*Order Numbers and dates to be provided at time of issuance.

 


Ni Florida, LLC

Pasco County

Wastewater Service Area

 

Township 24 South, Range 16 East

 

Section 14:

 

All of said Section, LESS the following described portions thereof: Commence at the Southwest corner of said Section 14 and the POINT OF BEGINNING; Thence run North, along the West line of said Section 14, 30 feet to the center line of Old Dixie Highway; Thence run North 40 degrees East along the center line of Old Dixie Highway, 670 feet; Thence run North 32 degrees East along the centerline of Old Dixie Highway, 780 feet; Thence run East, 1,566 feet; Thence run South, 1,075 feet; Thence run West, 500 feet; Thence run South, 120 feet to the South line of said Section 14; Thence run West, along the South line of said Section 14; 1,910 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.  Also, commence at the Southwest corner of said Section 14; Thence run North along the West line of said Section 14, 30 feet to the center line of Old Dixie Highway; Thence run North 40 degrees East along the center line of Old Dixie Highway, 670 feet; Thence run North 32 degrees East along the centerline of Old Dixie Highway, 1,160 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; Thence continue North 32 degrees East along the center line of Old Dixie Highway, 1,704 feet; Thence run East, 1,975 feet; Thence run South, 2,965 feet to the South line of said Section 14; Thence run West, along the South line of said Section 14, 1,240 feet; Thence run North, 1,520 feet; Thence run West, 1,638 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.  The areas excepted are portions of the Viva Villas and Sea Pines Subdivisions served by Pasco County.

 

LESS the following described portion thereof:  Commence at the Southwest corner of said Section 14; thence run North, along the West line of said Section 14, 30 feet to the center line of  Old Dixie Highway; thence run North 40 degrees East along the center line of Old Dixie Highway 670 feet; thence run North 32 degrees East along the center line of Old Dixie Highway 780 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continue North 32 degrees East along the centerline of Old Dixie Highway 380 feet; thence run East 1,638 feet; thence run South, 1,520 feet to the South line of Section 14; thence run West along the South line of Section 14, 790 feet; thence run North 120 feet; thence run East 500 feet; thence run North, 1,075 feet; thence run West 1,566 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. 

 

Section 15:  All of said Section.

 

Section 16:  All of said Section.

 

Section 21:

 

All of Said Section, LESS the South 1500 feet of the North 2500 feet of the East 500 feet of said Section. The area excepted is a portion of the Sea Pines Subdivision served by Pasco County.

Section 22:

 

All of said Section, LESS the following described portions thereof:  Commence at the Northwest corner of said Section 22; Thence run South along the West Section line 1,000 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; Thence run East 1,500 feet to the center of a canal; Thence run South 600 feet; Thence run East 2,200 feet to the center of Old Dixie Highway; Thence run South 47 degrees West along center of Old Dixie Highway 1,300 feet; Thence run West approximately 2,720 feet to the West section line of said Section 22; Thence run North along the West section line 1,500 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.  Also, commence at the Northwest corner of said Section 22; Thence run South along the West Section line 1,000 feet; Thence run East 1,500 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING:  Thence run North 350 feet; Thence run East 3,225 feet to the center of Old Dixie Highway; Thence run South 47 degrees West along center of Old Dixie Highway 513 feet; Thence run West approximately 2,850 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.  Also, commence at the Northeast corner of said Section 22 and the POINT OF BEGINNING, Thence run South along the East line of said section 945 feet; Thence run West 949 feet to the center line of Old Dixie Highway; Thence run North 47 degrees East along the center line of Old Dixie Highway 790 feet; Thence run North 40 degrees East along the centerline of Old Dixie Highway 530 feet to the North line of said Section 22; Thence run East, along the North line of said Section 22, 30 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.  The areas excepted is a portion of the Sea Pines Subdivisions served by Pasco County.

 

LESS the following described portions thereof:  Commence at the Northeast corner of said Section 22; thence run South along the East Section line, 945 feet to the POINT OF  BEGINNING; thence continue South along East line of said Section, 300 feet; thence run West 970 feet; thence run South 47 degrees West parallel to centerline of Old Dixie Highway, 530 feet; thence run West 2,460 feet; thence run North, 600 feet to a point in the Canal; thence run East along centerline of Canal, 2,850 feet to the centerline of Old Dixie Highway; thence run North 47 degrees along the centerline of Old Dixie Highway, 80 feet; thence run East 949 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.

 

Section 23:

 

All of said Section, LESS the following described portions thereof:  Commence at the Northwest corner of said Section 23 and the POINT OF BEGINNING; Thence run East along the North line of said Section 23, 1,910 feet; Thence run South 945 feet; Thence run West 1,910 feet to the West section line of said Section 23; Thence run North along the West section line of said Section 23, 945 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.  Also, commence at the Northwest corner of said Section 23; Thence run East along the North line of said Section 23, 2,700 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; Thence continue East along the North line of said Section 23, 1,240 feet; Thence run Southwesterly, parallel to U.S. 19, 1,500 feet; Thence run South, 100 feet; Thence run Southwesterly, parallel to U.S. 19, 140 feet; Thence run West, 175 feet; Thence run North, 1,380 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. The areas excepted are portions of the Viva Villas and Sea Pines Subdivisions served by Pasco County.

                                                                                                                                             

 

 

LESS the following described portion thereof: Commence at the Northwest corner of said Section 23; thence run East along the North line of said Section 23, 1,910 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence run East along North line of said Section 23, 790 feet; thence run South, 1,640 feet; thence run South 28 degrees East, 60 feet to the West Right-of-Way line of U.S. Highway 19; thence run Southwest along West Right-of-Way line of U.S. Highway 19, 325 feet; thence run North 28 degrees West, 250 feet; thence run North, 375 feet; thence run West, 165 feet; thence run North 64 degrees West, 280 feet; thence run West 1,960 feet to a point on West line of said Section; thence run  North, 300 feet; thence run East, 1,910 feet; thence run North 945 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.

 

Section 26:

 

All of the North 1/2 of said Section 26.

 

Section 27:

 

All of said Section 27, LESS the South 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4.

 

Section 28:  All of said Section.

 

Section 32:  The East 818 feet of the North 1/2 of said Section 32.

 

Section 33:  All of said Section.

 

Section 34:

 

The West 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4.  The Northwest 1/4 of the SW 1/4.

 

Township 25 South, Range 16 East.

 

Section 4:

 

The North 150 feet of said Section 4.


 

FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

Authorizes

 

Ni Florida, LLC

pursuant to

Certificate Number 104-S

 

to provide wastewater service in Pasco County in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 367, Florida Statutes, and the Rules, Regulations, and Orders of this Commission in the territory described by the Orders of this Commission.  This authorization shall remain in force and effect until superseded, suspended, cancelled or revoked by Order of this Commission.

Order Number                         Date Issued     Docket Number          Filing Type

5781                                        6/19/73            C-72696-S                   Original Certificate

7824                                        6/02/77            750558-S                     Transfer

13823                                      10/31/84          840296-SU                  Amendment

14477                                      06/18/85          850149-SU                  Amendment

15556                                      01/16/86          850779-SU                  TMOC

22852                                      04/24/90          900065-SU                  Amendment

23846                                      12/10/90          900020-SU                  Amendment

PSC-98-1543-FOF-SU           11/20/98          981081-SU                  Name Change

PSC-99-1916-PAA-SU          09/27/99          981079-SU                  Amendment

PSC-99-2381-FOF-SU           12/06/99          981080-SU                  TMOC

PSC-04-1278-AS-SU             12/27/04          041207-SU                  Amendment

PSC-08-0226-FOF-SU           04/07/08          070740-SU                  Transfer

*                                              *                      150115-WS                 TMOC

*Order Numbers and dates to be provided at time of issuance.

                                                                                                                


Ni Florida, LLC

Monthly Water Rates

 

Residential and General Service

Base Facility Charge by Meter Size

 

 

5/8” x 3/4"

 

$13.96

3/4"

 

$20.94

1"

 

$34.90

1 1/2"

 

$69.80

2"

 

$111.68

3"

 

$223.36

4"

 

$349.00

6"

 

$698.00

8”

 

$1,116.80

 

RV Park

 

$1,462.45

 

 

 

Charge Per 1,000 gallons - Residential

 

 

0-3,000 gallons

 

$4.93

3,001-6,000 gallons

 

$6.17

Over 6,000 gallons

 

$8.64

 

 

 

Charge Per 1,000 gallons – General Service and RV Park

$5.30

 

 

 

Private Fire Protection

 

 

Per Incident

 

$120.45

 

Initial Customer Deposits

 

 

 

Residential Service and General Service

 

 

5/8” x 3/4”

 

$40.00

1”

 

$50.00

1 1/2"

 

$60.00

 

 

 

 

Miscellaneous Service Charges

 

 

 

 

Business Hours

After Hours

 

 

 

Initial Connection Charge

$24.00

$34.00

Normal Reconnection Charge

$24.00

$34.00

Violation Reconnection Charge

$24.00

$34.00

Premises Visit Charge (in lieu of disconnection)

$18.00

$27.00

Late Payment Charge

     

              $5.00

NSF Check Charge

Pursuant to Florida Statute 832.08(5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Ni Florida, LLC

Monthly Wastewater Rates

Residential Service

 

 

Base Facility Charge – All Meter Sizes

 

$20.95

 

 

 

Charge Per 1,000 gallons

 

$6.87

8,000 gallon cap

 

 

 

General Service

Base Facility Charge by Meter Size

 

 

5/8” x 3/4"

 

$20.95

3/4"

 

$31.43

1"

 

$52.38

1 1/2"

 

$105.46

2"

 

$167.64

3"

 

$335.27

4"

 

$523.86

6"

 

$1,047.73

8”

 

$1,676.37

10”

 

$2,409.78

 

 

 

Charge Per 1,000 gallons

 

$8.24

 

 

 

 

 

Initial Customer Deposits

 

 

 

Residential Service

 

 

5/8” x 3/4”

 

$72.00

 

 

 

General Service

 

 

All Meter Sizes

 

Two times the average estimated bill

 

Miscellaneous Service Charges

 

 

 

 

Business Hours

After Hours

 

 

 

Initial Connection Charge

$27.00

$40.00

Normal Reconnection Charge

$27.00

$40.00

Violation Reconnection Charge

Actual Cost

Actual Cost

Premises Visit Charge (in lieu of disconnection)

$18.00

$27.00

Late Payment Charge

          

           $5.00

NSF Check Charge

Pursuant to Florida Statute 832.08(5)

 

 

 

 

Service Availability Charge

 

 

 

 

 

System Capacity Charge

 

 

 

Residential – Per ERC

 

$2,400.00

 

All Other per gallon

 

$13.87

 

 



[1]Order No. PSC-13-0611-PAA-WS, issued November 19, 2013, in Docket No. 130010-WS. In re: Application for increase in water rates in Lee County and wastewater rates in Pasco County by Ni Florida, LLC.

[2]Order Nos. PSC-08-0226-FOF-SU, issued April 7, 2008, in Docket No. 070740-SU. In re: Joint application for approval of transfer of Hudson Utilities, Inc. wastewater system and Certificate No. 104-S, in Pasco County, to Ni Florida, LLC.;PSC-10-0168-PAA-SU, issued March 23, 2010, in Docket No. 090182-SU. In re: Application for increase in wastewater rates in Pasco County by Ni Florida, LLC.; PSC-11-0199-PAA-WU, issued April 22, 2011, in Docket No. 100149-WU. In re: Application for increase in water rates in Lee County by Ni Florida, LLC; PSC-13-0611-PAA-WS, issued November 19, 2013, in Docket No. 130010-WS. In re: Application for increase in water rates in Lee County and wastewater in Pasco County by Ni Florida, LLC.; and PSC-08-0621-FOF-WU, issued September 24, 2008, in Docket No. 080183-WU. In re: Joint application for approval of transfer of Tamiami Village Company, Inc. water system and Certificate No. 388-W in Lee County to Ni Florida, LLC.