The Arizona Corporation Commission opened a new docket on June 8th 2018 to determine if Johnson Utilities has the necessary managerial and technical capabilities to operate water and wastewater systems. You can see that docket here: http://images.edocket.azcc.gov/docketpdf/0000189243.pdf Today was a procedural conference about the recent outages and here is the breakdown of what was discussed. The…

The words “San Tan” have a rich Native American background. They originated from the Tohono O’odham (Papago) people. They needed a word for the Spanish words “Santa Ana” or in English, Saint Anne. “Santan” was born into the native language. Santan was used to name a mountain range that sits in north eastern Pinal County,…

I wanted to share this article from, read it here:  High Country News. It stated that the Central Arizona Project, (you know them because they are the water management utility who replenishes the ground water for Johnson Utilities), decided to no longer purchase energy from the dirty coal generating station on the reservation and opted…

Should this be allowed to happen? Highlights from the ACC Docket  From the Developers: “For purposes of background, our Properties consist of over 1,400 acres of land, and, with various entitlements and/or government approvals in place, are planned to develop up to 8,093 homes and/or some mixed use components. Without availability of continued service from…