How can I view the documents pertaining to a specific power plant application?
As power plant cases move through the process, hundreds of pages of documents, testimony and technical data are filed in the Docket Control Centers at the Arizona Corporation Commission's Phoenix and Tucson offices. The Phoenix Docket Control Center is
located at 1200 West Washington and the Tucson office is at 400 West Congress Street.
Can members of the public speak out about a particular project?
Yes. The Legislature envisioned the plant and line siting process as a public process that benefits from public input. Time permitting, the Chairman of the Committee will call the meeting to order and allow time for public comment. If there are many people
who wish to speak, the Chairman may impose a time limit for each person making public comment.
How can I participate if I'm unable to attend the meetings of the Siting Committee?
You can express your views by sending a letter and 25 copies to the Docket Control Center. It will be distributed by mail to all registered parties or interveners. Be sure to include the docket number (case number) to ensure that it is properly catalogued
and distributed. Send to:
Docket Control Center
Arizona Corporation Commission
1200 West Washington
Phoenix, AZ 85007