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Meeting Name: PUC Agenda Meeting Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/28/2021 10:00 AM  
Meeting location: Online via Webex
Published agenda: Decisions Decisions Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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Details 2021-265 11. C - ComplaintPULLED ** P421/C-20-432 Qwest Corporation d/b/a CenturyLink QC (“CenturyLink”) In the Matter of Formal Complaint Regarding the Services Provided by the Qwest Corporation, d/b/a CenturyLink in Minnesota, on Behalf of the Communications Workers of America. How should the Commission Proceed in this Matter? (PUC: Fournier)  Action details
Details 2021-270 12. TL - Transmission Line** ET2/TL-20-423 Great River Energy; Otter Tail Power Company In the Matter of the Application of Great River Energy and Otter Tail Power Company for a Route Permit for the Frazee to Erie 115 kV Transmission Line Project in Becker and Otter Tail Counties. 1. Should the Commission adopt the administrative law judge’s Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Recommendation? 2. Should the Commission find that the environmental assessment and the record created at the public hearing adequately address the issues identified in the scoping decision? 3. Should the Commission require the use of an independent thirdparty monitor to assist DOC EERA and Commission staff in monitoring compliance of construction and restoration activities of the project? 4. Should the Commission issue a route permit identifying a specific route and permit conditions for the Frazee to Erie 115 kV Transmission Line Project in Becker and Otter Tail Counties? (PUC: Bruce)  Action details
Details 2021-259 13. CN - Certificate of Need** IP7041/GS-20-763; Byron Solar, LLC IP7041/CN-20-764; IP7041/TL-20-765 In the Matter of the Application of Byron Solar, LLC for a Certificate of Need, Site Permit and Route Permit for the up to 200 MW Byron Solar Project and 345 kV Transmission Line in Olmsted and Dodge Counties, Minnesota. 1. Should the Commission accept the certificate of need application as substantially complete and authorize review using the Commission’s informal process or refer the matter to the Office of Administrative Hearings for contested case proceedings? 2. Should the Commission accept the site permit application as substantially complete and authorize review under the alternative permitting process? 3. Should the Commission direct that the certificate of need and site permit applications be processed jointly (i.e. joint public information meetings, joint public hearings, and an environmental assessment in lieu of an environmental report)? 4. Should the Commission appoint an advisory task force for the siting of the proposed solar energy generating system? 5. What actions should the Commission take   Action details