On Friday, 13 December 2013, written legal briefs were submitted in the Maine PUC investigation of CMP’s deployment of not-so-smart meters in the state of Maine.
The briefs summarize arguments from the various parties: attorney Bruce McGlauflin, representing the complainants (Bruce brief –80pp); Central Maine Power, the opposing party (CMP brief –80pp); interveners Dianne Wilkins (Wilkins brief –88pp) and Suzanne Foley Ferguson (FF brief –6pp); and the Office of the Public Advocate (OPA brief –12pp).
The various parties have approximately one month to submit reply briefs before the MPUC staff considers all of the evidence and prepares a report with their recommendation to the MPUC Commissioners.
Click on the links above to read the briefs in full. [CAVEAT: If you’re reading this from the Legal Archive page, you must click on the article headline or “Read More” to go to the actual story page, where the links are live. Now repeat after me: “technology makes my life easier!”]
—Submitted by Ed Friedman