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					            Public Utilities Commission of the State of California
                             Wesley M. Franklin, Executive Director

    Headquarters                                              Southern California Office
    505 Van Ness Avenue                                    320 West 4th Street, Suite 500
    San Francisco, CA 94102                                     Los Angeles, CA 90013
    (415) 703-2782                                                       (213) 576-7000
                              Website: http://www.cpuc.ca.gov
           Online Calendar Archive: http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/daily_calendar_archive/

                                   Daily Calendar
                              Monday, September 16, 2002

   Regular Commission Meetings
   Notices
   Subscription Information (Daily Calendar and Agenda)
   Commissioner Office Hours
   Public Meetings and Workshops
   Notice of Draft Resolutions (PU Code § 311(g))
   New Filings
   Petitions for Modification of Applications for Rehearing
   Draft Decisions/Proposed Decisions/Alternates/Presiding Officer’s Decisions/Arbitrator’s
    Reports/
   Advice Letter Filings
   Miscellaneous Transportation Items
   Miscellaneous Telecommunication Matters
   Adjournments/Resettings/Hearings Concluded
   Removals from Calendar
   New Settings
   Law and Motion Hearings
   Hearings
   Notice of Denial of Request for Ex Parte Meeting
   Notice of All-Party Meetings (PU Code §1701.3(c))
   Notice of Ex Parte Communications

Commission Decision and Resolution Summaries for the Conference of September 5, 2002,
are included in this calendar.




         The Commission’s policy is to schedule hearings (meetings, workshops, etc.) in
         locations that are accessible to people with disabilities. Please see the Notice to
         People With Disabilities section on page two of this Daily Calendar for further
         information.
Daily Calendar
California Public Utilities Commission                        Monday, September 16, 2002


                     REGULAR COMMISSION BUSINESS MEETINGS

September 19, 2002              10 am                 San Francisco
October 3, 2002                 10 am                 San Francisco
October 24, 2002                10 am                 San Francisco

              COMMISSION RATESETTING DELIBERATIVE MEETINGS
                            (Not Open to the Public)

Ratesetting Deliberative Meeting dates are reserved as noted but will only be held if there are
ratesetting matters to be considered.

September 16, 2002              1:30 pm               San Francisco
September 30, 2002              1:30 pm               San Francisco
October 17, 2002                1:30 pm               San Francisco

                        NOTICE TO PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

The CPUC encourages all Californians to participate in its meetings, hearings, workshops, and
proceedings. We try to hold our public meetings only in places that are wheelchair accessible
and which can accommodate specialized equipment and other services useful to people with
disabilities. Please see the notice of the meeting you wish to attend for more specifics.
If you plan to attend and need specialized accommodations for a particular meeting that are not
listed in the notice, request them from the Public Advisor’s Office at least three business days in
advance of the meeting. Contact the Public Advisor’s Office by any one of the following:
                                  e-mail: public.advisor@cpuc.ca.gov
                                     toll-free: 1-866-849-8390
                                     Voice: 415-703-2074
                                     FAX:       415-355-5404 (Attn.: Public Advisor)
                                     TTY:       1-866-836-7825 (toll-free)
                                                1-415-703-5282

                                            NOTICES

Delivery of Formal Pleadings for Filing
Unless otherwise directed, all courier-delivered documents submitted for filing as part of the
formal record in a proceeding should be hand-carried directly to the Commission’s Docket
Office, Room 2001, 505 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco; Suite 500, 320 West 4th Street in
Los Angeles; or Room 4006, 1350 Front Street in San Diego. All documents sent through the
mail for formal filing should be addressed ONLY to the Commission’s Docket Office, Room
2001, 505 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102.

Charge for Commission Documents
To purchase Commission documents, there is a charge of 20 cents a printed page (postage
prepaid) with a minimum purchase of $2.00.
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Commission Resources Available for Rental
The auditorium, hearing rooms and training room at the headquarters of the California Public
Utilities Commission, located at 505 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, are available for rent.
Further information about requirements and fees can be obtained by contacting Colette Kondo at
(415) 703-1401.

                              SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION

Subscription Notice for Draft Agenda Items
In compliance with Public Utilities Code Section 311.5, parties who wish to subscribe to receive
draft agenda items may do so by writing to the Public Utilities Commission; Attention: Poly
Arca, Room 1003, 505 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102, or by calling (415) 703-
1798. The cost for a one-year subscription to the entire public agenda package (which excludes
Executive Session materials) is $1,000. You may also order a partial agenda package (energy
agenda items only or telecommunication agenda items only) at the cost of $500 per year. The
package you receive via mail will include only those agenda items available at the time of the
agenda distribution date, which is usually 10 to 12 days prior to the Commission meeting. If
agenda items (including revisions) are not ready on the distribution date, they will be made
available at no charge in the lobby outside the Commission Auditorium at 9:00 a.m. on the
morning of the Commission meeting, but not earlier.
In addition, the Commission will make draft agenda items available for viewing and
photocopying (at 20 cents per page) at the Commission’s Central Files Office (Room 2002), 505
Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, and in the Los Angeles, San Diego, and Sacramento field
offices. Since the agenda package will be mailed to these locations, it will be available at these
locations a day or two after the distribution date. These locations will not receive agenda items
that are not ready on the distribution date.
If an agenda item is held over to a subsequent Commission meeting, that agenda item and any
revisions to that agenda item that were available on the morning of the initial Commission
meeting (as well as any further available revisions) will be mailed in the Escutia package for the
subsequent Commission meeting; the item and its revisions will also be available for viewing
and photocopying in the Commission’s Central Files Office and field offices as set forth above.
Intervenors who have a financial hardship determination pending or granted shall be eligible to
receive draft agenda item packets at no charge.
The cost to receive the agenda only, without copies of draft agenda items, remains at $75 per
year.

Subscription Notice for Daily Calendar and/or Agenda
Parties who wish to subscribe to the Daily Calendar and/or the Agenda may do so by writing to
the Public Utilities Commission; Attention: Poly Arca, Room 1003, 505 Van Ness Avenue, San
Francisco, CA 94102, or by calling (415) 703-1798. The subscription cost for the Daily
Calendar is $225 per year. The Biweekly Daily Calendar is $50 per year. The Agenda is $75 per
year. Checks are to be made payable to the Public Utilities Commission.



                             COMMISSIONER OFFICE HOURS

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                                            NONE



                           PUBLIC MEETING & WORKSHOPS

Public Meeting Notice – Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program
Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program     DDTP Offices
Administrative Committee (DDTPAC)                Conference Room
September 17, 2002                               505 14th Street, Suite 400
10 am – 4 pm                                     Oakland

The Administrative Committee of the Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program will hold
a meeting to address the following:
PUBLIC MEETING AGENDA:
I. Approval of Agenda, II. Administrative Business, A. Public Input (1:00 p.m.), B. Report from
the Chair, III. Other Business, A. Development of AB 1734 Transition Plan – Chair, and B.
Future Transition Plan Meetings – Chair.
Meeting Information: For more information, please contact Katy Franco, DDTP Committee
Coordinator at (510) 302-1100 x110 voice or (510) 302-1118 TTY.
Environmental Notice: People with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivities
must reduce their exposure in order to attend this meeting. Please refrain from wearing perfumes
or scents to DDTP meetings.

Public Meeting Notice – Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program
Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program     DDTP Offices
Advisory Committee (DDTPAC)                      505 14th Street, Suite 400
September 18, 2002                               Oakland
10 am – 3 pm

The Administrative Committee of the Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program will hold
a meeting to address the following:
PUBLIC MEETING AGENDA:
I.) Approval of Agenda, II.) Administrative Business, A.) Public Input (1:00 p.m.),
B.) Report from the Chair, III.) Other Business, A.) Development of AB 1734 Transition Plan,
and B.) Future Transition Plan Meetings.
DDTPAC Meeting Information: For more information, please contact Katy Franco, DDTP
Committee Coordinator at (510) 302-1100 x 110 voice or (510) 302-1118 TTY.
Environmental Notice: People with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivities
must reduce their exposure in order to attend this meeting. Please refrain from wearing perfumes
or scents to DDTP meetings.

Public Meeting Notice – Hillview Water Co., Inc.
September 18, 2002                   Oakhurst Community Center
7 pm – 9 pm                          39800 Road 425 B
                                     Oakhurst

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Hillview Water Company, Inc., Oakhurst Sierra Lakes District, will hold a public meeting to
discuss the proposed State Revolving Fund loan to finance the improvements required under the
safe drinking water standards set forth by the State Department of Health Services. These
improvements will provide additional water sources, improve the water quality through
additional treatment, increase water storage capacity, and improve the ability to meet fire flows.
The community center is handicapped accessible. The public meeting is informal and affords
customers the opportunity to ask questions and express their view. The Department of Health
Services will have a representative there and the Public Utilities Commission will have staff
members there to conduct the meeting and explain the loan process. For more information,
please contact Fred Curry at (415) 703-1739 flc@cpuc.ca.gov or Roger L. Forrester at (559) 683-
4322.

Public Input Workshop – R01-08-027
Automatic Enrollment                            California Public Utilities Commission
September 19, 2002                              Training Room
10 am – 11:45 am                                505 Van Ness Avenue
                                                San Francisco
and

1:15 pm – 4 pm

In D.02-07-033, the Commission adopted automatic enrollment (AE) as a way to increase
participation in the California Alternate Rate for Energy (CARE) program for Pacific Gas and
Electric Company (PG&E), Southern California Edison Company (SCE), Southern California
Gas Company (SCG), and San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E).
Energy Division is holding this public-input workshop to address the issues and concerns
surrounding AE implementation; in addition, the Joint Utilities Proposals for CARE Program
Evaluation, filed August 16, 2002, will also be discussed.
Please note the two times for this workshop. The CPUC Training Room needs to be used for
other purposes during the 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. lunch hour; therefore, no belongings can be left
in the Training Room during the lunch hour.
This is an open meeting, and the public is welcome to attend.
If you cannot attend the workshop and would like to provide written or electronic comments that
may be incorporated into the workshop discussions, those comments need to be received by 4:00
p.m. on September 18, 2002 and should be mailed to:
Rob Feraru
California Public Utilities Commission
Energy Division, 4th Floor
505 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
email: rtf@cpuc.ca.gov
Teleconference Information: The meeting is accessible through teleconference. To use this
option, please call: 1-877-950-4894 and then dialing pass code 627741. This location is
wheelchair accessible. The meeting is open to the public. Questions regarding the workshop
should be addressed to Rob Feraru at (415-703-1786), email: rtf@cpuc.ca.gov or Jeorge
Tagnipes (415-703-2451), email: jst@cpuc.ca.gov.

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Workshop Notice
September 26, 2002                     California Public Utilities Commission
9 am – 4 pm                            Training Room
                                       505 Van Ness Avenue
                                       San Francisco

The Telecommunications Division staff (staff) will conduct a workshop pursuant to Commission
Decision (D.) 02-06-072 in Rulemaking 02-02-020. D.02-06-072 implemented the current
acceptable 3% error rate for telephone connections made by predictive dialers (PDs) for which no
agent or telemarketer is available to speak to the person called. By D.02-06-072 the Commission
also established related, interim record-keeping requirements. The workshop will address: 1)
further requirements for record-keeping on these PD connections; 2) methods for educating
consumers about do-not-call registers and other means to discourage unwanted calls; 3) the
feasibility of accomplishing the 1% acceptable error rate in PD use that is scheduled to become
the new standard on January 1, 2003, and; 4) whether a revised acceptable error rate for PD use
should be made effective January 1, 2003, or on some later date.
Within 20 days of the close of the workshop, staff will file and serve its workshop
recommendations to the Commission. Comments on these recommendations may be filed and
served by other parties 10 days thereafter. A workshop agenda is available by clicking here:
http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/PUBLISHED/REPORT/18905.htm
The workshop location is accessible to people with disabilities. If specialized accommodations
for the disabled are needed, e.g. sign language interpreters, please call the Public Advisor at
(415) 703-2074 or TTY# (415) 703-5282 or toll free # 1-866-836-7825 three business days in
advance of the workshop. Participants are advised that the room being used for the workshop
will be used by a different group during the lunch hour (12:00 – 1:00 p.m.), and participants will
be required to take their belongings with them during the lunch break.
Questions regarding the workshop should be addressed to Jerry Kerschman at
(415) 703-1794, or via e-mail at jjk@cpuc.ca.gov.



                           NOTICE OF DRAFT RESOLUTIONS
                             (Pursuant to PU Code § 311(g))

                                             NONE



                                        NEW FILINGS

 9/10/02         A02-09-007        Southern California Edison Company (U 338-E), for
                                   Authority to Lease available Land on the Barre-Villa
                                   Park and Lewis-Serrano Transmission Right of Way
                                   to RHC Communities, LLC.

 9/10/02         A02-09-008        Southern California Edison Company (U 338-E), for
                                   Authority to Lease available Land on the LaFresa-
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                                    Lighthipe Transmission Right of Way to General
                                    Mills Operations, Inc.

   9/10/02         A02-09-009       Southern California Edison Company (U 338-E), for
                                    Authority to Lease available Land on the Etiwanda-
                                    Padua and Mira Loma-Padua Transmission Right of
                                    Way to Copart, Inc.

   9/10/02         A02-09-010       Dynegy Connect, L.P., for Registration as an
                                    Interexchange Carrier Telephone Corporation
                                    pursuant to the provisions of Public Utilities Code
                                    Section 1013.

   9/11/02         A02-09-011       All-Star Acquisition Corporation, for Registration as
                                    an Interexchange Carrier Telephone Corporation
                                    pursuant to the provisions of Public Utilities Code
                                    Section 1013.



       PETITIONS FOR MODIFICATION AND APPLICATIONS FOR REHEARING

  9/12/02        A00-11-038         Southern California Edison Company, for authority to
                                    institute a rate stabilization plan with a rate increase and
                                    end of rate freeze tariffs.
                 A00-11-056         Pacific Gas and Electric Company, for emergency
                                    application to adopt a rate stabilization plan.
                 A00-10-028         The Utility Reform Network, for modification of
                                    Resolution E-3527; Petition for Modification of
                                    D02-09-003, Opinion on Request for Intervenor
                                    Compensation by The Greenlining Institute and
                                    Latino Issues Forum.



      DRAFT DECISIONS * PROPOSED DECISIONS * ALTERNATES * PRESIDING
               OFFICER’S DECISION * ARBITRATOR’S REPORTS

                                              NONE



                                ADVICE LETTER FILINGS

To inquire about a filing, call the Energy Division (703-1093), Telecommunications Division
(703-1889) or Water Division (703-2028).

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To protest a filing, mail the original letter/telegram to the Chief of the appropriate division
(i.e., "Chief, [Energy, Telecommunications or Water] Division"), to be received no later than
20 days after the date the Advice Letter was filed.
"Effective TBD" means that the date is to be determined by further Commission action. A
date listed as "anticipated effective" may be subject to change. An Advice Letter Supplement
is not a new filing, and there is no protest period unless indicated.

09/11/02        Telecom 23232      PACIFIC BELL, Special Access 175-T (effective TBD)

09/11/02        Telecom 10197      VERIZON CALIFORNIA, INC., Gov't contract (effective
                                   TBD)

09/11/02        Telecom 10198      VERIZON CALIFORNIA, INC., Gov't contract (effective
                                   TBD)

09/11/02        Telecom 10199      VERIZON CALIFORNIA, INC., Gov't contract (effective
                                   TBD)

09/12/02        Energy 1616E-      SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY,
                A                  Supplements A.L.No.1616E, Utility retained generation
                                   (anticipated effective 01/01/02)

09/12/02        Telecom 23         O1 COMMUNICATIONS, INC, Amendment No 3 to ICA
                                   between Pac Bell & Telscape (effective TBD)

09/12/02        Telecom 23233      PACIFIC BELL, Amendment No. 6 w/Arrival
                                   Communications, Inc. (effective TBD)

09/12/02        Telecom 23234      PACIFIC BELL, express contract for DDD-VPP, Local &
                                   Zones 1, 2 & 3 Measured Usage & Centrex service
                                   (effective TBD)

09/12/02        Telecom 23235      PACIFIC BELL, express contract for DDD-VPP, Custom 8,
                                   Local & Zones 1 & 2 Measured Usage & Centrex service
                                   (effective TBD)

09/12/02        Telecom 23236      PACIFIC BELL, express contract for DDD-VPP, Local &
                                   Zones 1, 2 & 3 Measured Usage, HICAP, PRI & PBX
                                   service (effective TBD)

09/12/02        Telecom 23237      PACIFIC BELL, express contract for DDD-VPP, Local &
                                   Zones 1, 2 & 3 Measured Usage, HICAP, PRI & PBX
                                   service (effective TBD)

09/12/02        Telecom 23238      PACIFIC BELL, express contract for HICAP & PRI service
                                   (effective TBD)

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09/12/02       Telecom 23239 PACIFIC BELL, Category III contract for Centrex service
                                 (effective TBD)

09/12/02       Telecom 10202     VERIZON CALIFORNIA, INC., Gov't contract (effective
                                 TBD)

09/13/02       Telecom 63        EMERITUS COMMUNICATIONS, INC., DDTS surcharge
                                 (effective TBD)

09/13/02       Telecom 248       HAPPY VALLEY TELEPHONE CO., DDTS surcharge
                                 (effective TBD)

09/13/02       Telecom 220       HORNITOS TELEPHONE COMPANY, DDTS surcharge
                                 (effective TBD)

09/13/02       Telecom 31        LONG DISTANCE WHOLESALE CLUB, DDTS
                                 surcharge (effective TBD)

09/13/02       Telecom 34        TTI NATIONAL, INC., DDTS surcharge (effective TBD)

09/13/02       Telecom 75        VARTEC TELECOM INC., DDTS surcharge (effective
                                 TBD)

09/13/02       Telecom 76        VARTEC TELECOM INC., DDTS surcharge (effective
                                 TBD)

09/13/02       Telecom 553       VERIZON WEST COAST, INC., DDTS surcharge
                                 (effective TBD)

09/13/02       Telecom 141       WINTERHAVEN TELEPHONE COMPANY, DDTS
                                 surcharge (effective TBD)



                             ADVICE LETTER PROTESTS

To inquire about a protest, call the Energy Division (703-1093), Telecommunications Division
(703-1330) or Water Division (703-2028). To obtain a copy of the protest, please direct your
request to the protestor.

09/12/02          Energy            PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY, Request for
                  2409G|2280E       approval to shift unspent uncommitted energy efficiency
                                    funds to continue 2002 low-income energy efficiency
                                    programs Protest by Office of Ratepayer Advocates.




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                     MISCELLANEOUS TRANSPORTATION ITEMS
                   Filings with Consumer Protection and Safety Division

                                         NONE



              MISCELLANEOUS TELECOMMUNICATION MATTERS

                                         NONE




    TABLE OF SUBMISSION DATES FOR THE PRECEDING TWO WEEKS

9/9/02           A.01-11-048     Rosenthal - In the Matter Application of L.A. TOP
                                 SHUTTLE, INC dba SHUTTLE ONE, a California
                                 Corporation To Modify Its SCHEDULED
                                 SERVICE, On Existing Authorized Service Area
                                 Decision (90-96-040) Stage Authority (PSC-6235)
                                 To Certain Portions of Los Angeles County, Orange
                                 County, Riverside County, Ventura County and San
                                 Bernardino County On One Hand and Los Angeles
                                 International Airport (LAX), Orange County Airport
                                 (SNA) And Ontario Airport (ONT) On The Other
                                 Hand.

9/9/02           A.02-04-022     McVicar - In the Matter of the Application of the
                                 California-American Water Company (U210W) for
                                 an Order Authorizing it to Increase its Rates for
                                 Water Service in its Monterey Division to Increase
                                 Revenues by $5,725,300 or 22.47% in the Year
                                 2003; $1,772,100 or 6.94% in the Year 2004; and
                                 $996,500 or 3.02% in the Year 2005.

9/9/02           A.02-05-022     Galvin - Application of Pacific Gas and Electric
                                 Company for Authority to Establish Its Authorized
                                 Rates of Return on Common Equity for Electric
                                 Utility Operations and Gas Distribution for Test
                                 Year 2003.     (U 39 M), and

                 A.02-05-025     Galvin - Application of Southern California Edison
                                 Company for Consideration of Rate of Return on
                                 Common Equity, Capital Structure, Cost Factors for
                                 Embedded Debt and Preferred Stock, and Overall
                                 Rate of Return for Utility Operations. (Electric)
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                                    (U 338-E), and

                  A.02-05-026      Galvin - In the Matter of the Application of Sierra
                                   Pacific Power Company for authority to establish its
                                   authorized rate of return on common equity for
                                   Electric Operations for Calendar Year 2003.
                                   (U 903 E), and

                  A.02-05-031      Galvin - Application of San Diego Gas & Electric
                                   Company (U 902-M) for Authority (i) to Increase its
                                   Authorized Return on Common Equity, (ii) to
                                   Adjust its Authorized Embedded Costs of Debt and
                                   Preferred Stock, (iii) to Increase its Overall Rate of
                                   Return, and (iv) to Revise its Electric Distribution
                                   and Gas Rates Accordingly, and for Related
                                   Substantive and Procedural Relief.

9/10/01           C.02-01-007      McVicar - The Utility Consumers’ Action Network
                                   (UCAN), Complainant, vs. Pacific Bell Telephone
                                   Company, Defendant, and

                  I.02-01-024      McVicar - Investigation on the Commission’s own
                                   motion into the operations, practices, and conduct of
                                   Pacific Bell Telephone Company (U 1001 C),
                                   Pacific Bell Internet Services, and SBC Advanced
                                   Solutions, Inc. (U 6346 C) to determine whether
                                   they have violated the laws, rules and regulations
                                   governing the inclusion of charges for products or
                                   services on telephone bills.

9/10/02           C.02-05-015      Patrick - Ellen Shing, Complainant, vs. Pacific Bell,
                                   Defendant.



            ADJOURNMENTS * RESETTINGS * HEARINGS CONCLUDED

                                   Correction to the Daily Calendar of 9/13/02
                  A.00-11-038      Allen - Application of Southern California Edison
                                   Company (U 338-E) for Authority to Institute a Rate
                                   Stabilization Plan with a Rate Increase and End of
                                   Rate Freeze Tariffs, and

                  A.00-11-056      Allen - Emergency Application of Pacific Gas and
                                   Electric Company to Adopt a Rate Stabilization Plan.
                                   (U 39 E), and

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                  A.00-10-028       Allen - Petition of THE UTILITY REFORM
                                    NETWORK for Modification of Resolution E-3527,
                                    Workshop held and concluded

                  A.02-08-005      Allen - Application of PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTIC
                                   COMPANY for an Order Approving the Settlement
                                   Agreement Between PG&E, Sierra Pacific Industries and the
                                   California Independent System Operator,
                                   Prehearing Conference held and concluded

                  R.01-05-047      Terkeurst - Order Instituting Rulemaking on the
                                   Commission’s Own Motion to Determine Whether Baseline
                                   Allowances for Residential Usage of Gas and Electricity
                                   Should Be Revised,
                                   Evidentiary Hearing held and continued to October 4



                              REMOVALS FROM CALENDAR

                                           NONE



                                      NEW SETTING

                                           NONE



                                   LAW AND MOTION

Law and Motion Hearings are held before Administrative Law Judge Sarah R. Thomas at
10:00 a.m. in one of the Commission’s San Francisco Office Hearing Rooms, unless otherwise
noted. Law and Motion procedures are governed by Resolution ALJ 164. Copies of Resolution
ALJ 164 are available from the Commission’s Documents Desk (415) 703-1713 or from Central
Files (415) 703-2045.

9/23/02         10:00 a.m.       (LM) - Investigation on the Commission’s Own
ALJ Ryerson     I.97-07-018      Motion Into the Operations, Practices, Rates and
Comr Duque                       Charges of Hillview Water Company, Inc., a
                                 corporation, and Roger L. Forrester, the principal
                                 shareholder and president,
                                 Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

9/30/02         10:00 a.m.       NONE SCHEDULED

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10/7/02          10:00 a.m.       NONE SCHEDULED



                            FINAL ORAL ARGUMENTS (FOA)

                                            NONE



                                         HEARINGS

Dates in parentheses following the word “also” are subject to change without notice. The
assigned Commissioner’s name is listed next to the proceedings as matter of record; the assigned
Commissioner may not be present at the hearing.

(PHC) = Prehearing Conference                 (WS) = Workshop
(EH) = Evidentiary Hearing                    (FPH) = Full Panel Hearing
(PPH) = Public Participation Hearing          (AH) = Arbitration Hearing
(IAM) = Initial Arbitration Meeting           (CA) = Closing Argument
(M) = Mediation                               (LM) = Law & Motion
(ECP) = Expedited Complaint Procedure         (OA) = Oral Argument
(OSC) = Order to Show Cause


9/16/02           1:30 p.m.         (WS – Working Group 1) - Order Instituting
ALJ Carew         R.02-06-001       Rulemaking on policies and practices for advanced
Comr Peevey                         metering, demand response, and dynamic pricing,
                                    Commission Auditorium, San Francisco

9/16/02           10:00 a.m.        (EH) - Application of Pacific Gas and Electric
ALJ O’Donnell     A.02-03-020       Company in its 2002 Nuclear Decommissioning Cost
Comr Brown                          Triennial Proceeding (U 39 E),

                  A.02-03-039       (EH) - Joint Application of SOUTHERN
                                    CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY and SAN
                                    DIEGO GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY for the
                                    2002 Nuclear Decommissioning Cost Triennial
                                    Proceeding to set Contribution Levels for the
                                    Companies’ Nuclear Decommissioning Trust Funds
                                    and Address Other Related Decommissioning Issues,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                    (also September 17 - 20 at 9:30 a.m.)




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9/17/02           9:00 a.m.         (EH) - Order Instituting Investigation Into Southern
ALJ Econome       I.01-08-029       California Edison Company’s Electric Line
Comr Duque                          Construction, Operation and Maintenance Practices,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

9/17/02           10:00 a.m.       (EH) - Investigation on the Commission’s own
ALJ Grau          I.02-02-005      motion into the operations, practices, and conduct of
Comr Brown                         Starving Students, Inc. (Cal T-116,476), and Ethan
                                   Margalith, Abigail Margalith, Elizabeth Margalith
                                   and Sanford Margalith,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                   (also September 18 – 20 and September 23 – 26 at
                                   9:30 a.m.)

9/18/02           10:00 a.m.       (WS – Working Group 2) - Order Instituting
ALJ Carew         R.02-06-001      Rulemaking on policies and practices for advanced
Comr Peevey                        metering, demand response, and dynamic pricing,
                                   Energy Resources, Conservation and
                                   Development Commission (CEC) Building -
                                   Hearing Room A
                                   1516 Ninth Street
                                   Sacramento, CA

9/18/02           9:30 a.m.        (EH) - Joint Application of SOUTHERN
ALJ O’Donnell     A.02-03-039      CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY and SAN
Comr Brown                         DIEGO GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY for the
                                   2002 Nuclear Decommissioning Cost Triennial
                                   Proceeding to set Contribution Levels for the
                                   Companies’ Nuclear Decommissioning Trust Funds
                                   and Address Other Related Decommissioning Issues,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                   (also September 19 – 20)

9/18/02           10:00 a.m.       (PHC) - Application of the City of WEST
ALJ Rosenthal     A.02-05-054      SACRAMENTO for an Order authorizing
Comr Peevey                        construction of a crossing at grade between Lake
                                   Washington Boulevard and the tracks on the Yolo
                                   Shortline Railroad Company,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

9/18/02           1:00 p.m.        (ECP) - Julio and Carole Dominguez, Complainants,
ALJ Patrick       C.02-08-001      vs. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Defendant,
                                   Tracy Police Department
                                   Community Conference Room
                                   1000 Civic Center Drive
                                   Tracy, CA

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California Public Utilities Commission                    Monday, September 16, 2002
9/19/02           10:00 am.         (WS – Working Group 3) - Order Instituting
ALJ Carew         R.02-06-001       Rulemaking on policies and practices for advanced
Comr Peevey                         metering, demand response, and dynamic pricing,
                                    Bonderson Building
                                    HRA Auditorium
                                    901 P Street
                                    Sacramento, CA

9/20/02          9:30 a.m.        (OA) - Order Instituting Rulemaking on the
ALJ Econome      R.01-12-009      Commission’s Own Motion to Evaluate Existing
Comr Brown                        Practices and Policies for Processing Offset Rate
                                  Increases and Balancing Accounts in the Water
                                  Industry to Decide Whether New Processes are
                                  Needed.
                                  Commission Auditorium, San Francisco

9/20/02          10:00 a.m.       (PHC) - Evelyn Zientek, Complainant, vs. Argus
ALJ Ryerson      C.02-04-004      Investment Group, V, LLC dba Montecito Pines
Comr Peevey                       Apartments Northwestern Utility Billing Services,
                                  Defendant,
                                  Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

9/20/02          2:00 p.m.        (ECP) - James Byrnes, Complainant, vs. Pacific Bell,
ALJ Barnett      C.02-04-045      Defendant,
                                  San Diego State Office Building
                                  1350 Front Street, Room B-103
                                  San Diego, CA

9/23/02          10:00 a.m.       (TELEPHONIC PHC) - Application of THE
ALJ Rosenthal    A.02-02-018      BURLINGTON NORTHERN SANTA FE
Comr Peevey                       RAILWAY COMPANY for an order closing Avenue
                                  13, CPUC Crossing No. 2-1016.3, D.O.T. NO. 028-
                                  603E, at its intersection with Applicant’s main track
                                  Madera County, California,
                                  ALJ Rosenthal’s Office, Suite 5012, San Francisco

9/23/02          10:00 a.m.       (LM) - Investigation on the Commission’s Own
ALJ Ryerson      I.97-07-018      Motion Into the Operations, Practices, Rates and
Comr Duque                        Charges of Hillview Water Company, Inc., a
                                  corporation, and Roger L. Forrester, the principal
                                  shareholder and president,
                                  Commission Courtroom, San Francisco




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California Public Utilities Commission                     Monday, September 16, 2002
9/23/02           12:00 Noon        (ECP) - Daniel Baldwin, Complainant, vs. Southern
ALJ Barnett       C.02-06-023       California Edison Company, Defendant,
                                    Commission Courtroom, State Office Building
                                    320 West 4th Street, Suite 500
                                    Los Angeles, CA

9/23/02          12:30 p.m.       (ECP) - Linda Marie Romney, Complainant, vs.
ALJ Barnett      C.01-12-034      Pacific Bell Telephone Company, Defendant,
                                  Commission Courtroom, State Office Building
                                  320 West 4th Street, Suite 500
                                  Los Angeles, CA

9/23/02          1:00 p.m.        (ECP) - Deborah H. Cameron, Complainant, vs.
ALJ Barnett      C.02-05-042      Verizon Wireless and The Merrimac Group,
                                  Defendants,
                                  Commission Courtroom, State Office Building
                                  320 West 4th Street, Suite 500
                                  Los Angeles, CA

9/23/02          2:00 p.m.        (ECP) - C.W. Lee, Complainant, vs. California
ALJ Barnett      C.02-03-021      Water Service Company, Defendant,
                                  Commission Courtroom, State Office Building
                                  320 West 4th Street, Suite 500
                                  Los Angeles, CA

9/24/02          10:00 a.m.       (PHC) - Anchor Lighting, a California General
ALJ Wong         C.02-03-060      Partnership, Thomas H. Simcox dba Tommy’s On
Comr Brown                        Broadway, Complainants, vs. Southern California
                                  Edison Company, Defendant,
                                  Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

9/24/02          10:00 a.m.       (PHC) - City of Delano, Complainant, vs. Union
ALJ Simon        C.02-07-020      Pacific Railroad Company, Defendant,
Comr Wood                         Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

9/25/02          10:00 a.m.       (WS – Working Group 2) - Order Instituting
ALJ Carew        R.02-06-001      Rulemaking on policies and practices for advanced
Comr Peevey                       metering, demand response, and dynamic pricing,
                                  Commission Auditorium, San Francisco

9/25/02          10:00 a.m.       (EH) - Application of Pacific Gas and Electric
ALJ Barnett      A.98-07-003      Company for Verification, Consolidation, and
Comr Wood                         Approval of Costs and Revenues in the Transition
                                  Revenue Account,
                                  Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                  (also September 26 – 27; September 30; and
                                  October 1)
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California Public Utilities Commission                     Monday, September 16, 2002

9/25/02           11:00 a.m.       (PPH) - In the Matter of the Application of the City
ALJ Bushey        A.01-09-012      of San Diego for an order authorizing modification of
Comr Brown                         an existing at-grade crossing on three light rail
                                   vehicle tracks and one heavy rail track of the
                                   Metropolitan Transit Development Board, and one
                                   heavy rail track of the Burlington Northern and Santa
                                   Fe Railway Company, at Park Boulevard, in the City
                                   of San Diego, San Diego County, California,
                                   San Diego State Office Building – Auditorium
                                   1350 Front Street
                                   San Diego, CA

9/26/02           10:00 a.m.       (WS – Working Group 3) - Order Instituting
ALJ Carew         R.02-06-001      Rulemaking on policies and practices for advanced
Comr Peevey                        metering, demand response, and dynamic pricing,
                                   Commission Auditorium, San Francisco

10/1/02           7:00 p.m.        (PPH) - Application of CALIFORNIA-AMERICAN
ALJ Cooke         A.02-05-058      WATER COMPANY (U 210 W) for an Order
Comr Duque                         (1) Expanding its Existing Certificate of Convenience
                                   and Necessity to Include the Provision of Wastewater
                                   Services to the Public, Including the Right to Recover
                                   Rates for such Services; (2) Authorizing Applicant to
                                   Create its Monterey Wastewater Division and Service
                                   Area and to Acquire the Wastewater Assets of and to
                                   Serve Wastewater Customers in Each of the
                                   Following Three Monterey County-Owned Systems:
                                   CSA 72- Las Palmas Ranch, CSA 10- Laguna Seca
                                   Ranch and Carmel Valley County Sanitation District;
                                   and (3) Authorizing Applicant to File a Single
                                   System-Wide Rate Schedule and Related Tariffs for
                                   All Three Acquired Wastewater Systems in its
                                   Monterey Wastewater Division,
                                   Spreckels Union School District – Auditorium
                                   4th Street & Hatton Avenue
                                   Spreckels, CA

10/2/02           10:00 a.m.       (EH) - Application of Southern California Edison
ALJ Allen         A.00-11-038      Company (U 338-E) for Authority to Institute a Rate
Comr Brown                         Stabilization Plan with a Rate Increase and End of
                                   Rate Freeze Tariffs, and

                  A.00-11-056      (EH) - Emergency Application of Pacific Gas and
                                   Electric Company to Adopt a Rate Stabilization Plan
                                   (U 39 E), and


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California Public Utilities Commission                     Monday, September 16, 2002
                  A.00-10-028       (EH) - Petition of THE UTILITY REFORM
                                    NETWORK for Modification of Resolution E-3527,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                    (also October 3 – 4 at 9:30 a.m. and October 7 at
                                    10:00 a.m.)

10/2/02          10:00 a.m.       (WS – Working Group 2) - Order Instituting
ALJ Carew        R.02-06-001      Rulemaking on policies and practices for advanced
Comr Peevey                       metering, demand response, and dynamic pricing,
                                  Energy Resources, Conservation and
                                  Development Commission (CEC) Building –
                                  Hearing Room A
                                  1516 Ninth Street
                                  Sacramento, CA

10/3/02          10:00 a.m.       (WS – Working Group 3) - Order Instituting
ALJ Carew        R.02-06-001      Rulemaking on policies and practices for advanced
Comr Peevey                       metering, demand response, and dynamic pricing,
                                  Energy Resources, Conservation and
                                  Development Commission (CEC) Building –
                                  Hearing Room A
                                  1516 Ninth Street
                                  Sacramento, CA

10/3/02          10:00 a.m.       (EH) - Order Instituting Rulemaking Regarding the
ALJ Pulsifer     R.02-01-011      Implementation of the Suspension of Direct Access
Comr Wood                         Pursuant to Assembly Bill 1X and Decision 01-09-060,
Comr Brown                        Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                  (also October 4, October 7 – 11, and October 15 - 18)
                                  (Note: October 3 at 10:00 a.m. and the remaining
                                  days at 9:00 a.m.)

10/4/02          9:30 a.m.        (EH) - Order Instituting Rulemaking on the
ALJ Terkeurst    R.01-05-047      Commission’s Own Motion to Determine Whether
Comr Brown                        Baseline Allowances for Residential Usage of Gas
                                  and Electricity Should Be Revised,
                                  Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

10/4/02          10:00 a.m.       (PHC) - Breuer, Inc., Complainant, vs. Del Oro
ALJ Maloney      C.02-05-035      Water Company, Inc., Defendant,
Comr Duque                        Commission Courtroom, San Francisco




                                      Page 18
Daily Calendar
California Public Utilities Commission                      Monday, September 16, 2002
10/7/02           2:00 p.m.         (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell       A.02-05-004       EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood                           Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                                    Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                    Reflect That Increase In Rates,
                                    Mission Viejo Library
                                    Sherri M. Butterfield Community Room
                                    100 Civic Center Drive
                                    Mission Viejo, CA

10/7/02           7:00 p.m.        (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell       A.02-05-004      EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood                          Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                                   Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                   Reflect That Increase In Rates,
                                   Fullerton Marriott
                                   2701 East Nutwood Avenue
                                   Fullerton, CA

10/7/02           7:00 p.m.        (PPH) - In the Matter of the Application of
ALJ Bushey        A.02-05-013      VALENCIA WATER COMPANY (U-342-W), a
Comr Brown                         Corporation, for an Order Authorizing It to Increase
                                   General Rates Charged for Water Service in Order to
                                   Realize Increased Annual Revenues of $2,496,685 in
                                   Test Year 2003, $143,286 in Test Year 2004, and
                                   $43,439 in Attrition Year 2005, to Apply a Surcharge
                                   Calculated to Generate a Further $614,737 in Year
                                   2003 Revenues, to Establish a Low Income Ratepayer
                                   Assistance Program, and to Make Further Changes
                                   and Additions to Its Tariff for Water Service,
                                   Valencia High School – Multi-Purpose Room
                                   27801 N. Dickason Drive
                                   Valencia, CA




                                       Page 19
Daily Calendar
California Public Utilities Commission                       Monday, September 16, 2002
10/8/02           10:00 a.m.        (PHC) - Application of CALIFORNIA-AMERICAN
ALJ Cooke         A.02-05-058       WATER COMPANY (U 210 W) for an Order (1)
Comr Duque                          Expanding its Existing Certificate of Convenience
                                    and Necessity to Include the Provision of Wastewater
                                    Services to the Public, Including the Right to Recover
                                    Rates for such Services; (2) Authorizing Applicant to
                                    Create its Monterey Wastewater Division and Service
                                    Area and to Acquire the Wastewater Assets of and to
                                    Serve Wastewater Customers in Each of the
                                    Following Three Monterey County-Owned Systems:
                                    CSA 72- Las Palmas Ranch, CSA 10- Laguna Seca
                                    Ranch and Carmel Valley County Sanitation District;
                                    and (3) Authorizing Applicant to File a Single
                                    System-Wide Rate Schedule and Related Tariffs for
                                    All Three Acquired Wastewater Systems in its
                                    Monterey Wastewater Division,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

10/8/02           2:00 p.m.         (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell       A.02-05-004       EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood                           Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                                    Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                    Reflect That Increase In Rates,
                                    Long Beach Public Library – Auditorium
                                    101 Pacific Avenue
                                    Long Beach, CA

10/8/02           7:00 p.m.         (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell       A.02-05-004       EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood                           Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                                    Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                    Reflect That Increase In Rates,
                                    Veterans Memorial Complex – Rotunda Room
                                    4117 Overland Avenue
                                    Culver City, CA

10/9/02           R.02-06-001       (WS) - Order Instituting Rulemaking on policies and
ALJ Carew                           practices for advanced metering, demand response,
Comr Peevey                         and dynamic pricing,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco




                                        Page 20
Daily Calendar
California Public Utilities Commission                      Monday, September 16, 2002
10/9/02           2:00 p.m.         (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell       A.02-05-004       EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood                           Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                                    Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                    Reflect That Increase In Rates,
                                    Palm Springs Convention Center
                                    277 North Avenida Caballeros
                                    Palm Springs, CA

10/9/02           7:00 p.m.        (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell       A.02-05-004      EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood                          Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                                   Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                   Reflect That Increase In Rates,
                                   Palm Desert City Hall Council Chamber
                                   73-510 Fred Waring Drive
                                   Palm Desert, CA

10/11/02          10:00 a.m.       (TELEPHONIC PHC) – Alex Gee vs. Southern
ALJ Vieth         C.02-06-020      California Edison Company,
Comr Duque                         Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

10/11/02          10:00 a.m.       (WS – Working Group 2) - Order Instituting
ALJ Carew         R.02-06-001      Rulemaking on policies and practices for advanced
Comr Peevey                        metering, demand response, and dynamic pricing,
                                   Commission Auditorium, San Francisco

10/15/02          9:30 a.m.        (AH) - In the Matter of Verizon California Inc.
ALJ Ryerson       A.02-06-024      (U 1002 C) Petition for Arbitration of an
Comr Brown                         Interconnection Agreement with Pac-West
                                   Telecomm, Inc. (U 5266 C) Pursuant to Section
                                   252(b) of the Telecommunications Act of 1996,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                   (also October 16 and October 18)

10/15/02          9:30 a.m.        (WS – Working Group 1) - Order Instituting
ALJ Carew         R.02-06-001      Rulemaking on policies and practices for advanced
Comr Peevey                        metering, demand response, and dynamic pricing,
                                   Commission Auditorium, San Francisco




                                       Page 21
Daily Calendar
California Public Utilities Commission                      Monday, September 16, 2002
10/15/02          10:00 a.m.        (EH) - In the Matter of the Application of
ALJ Bushey        A.02-05-013       VALENCIA WATER COMPANY (U-342-W), a
Comr Brown                          Corporation, for an Order Authorizing It to Increase
                                    General Rates Charged for Water Service in Order to
                                    Realize Increased Annual Revenues of $2,496,685 in
                                    Test Year 2003, $143,286 in Test Year 2004, and
                                    $43,439 in Attrition Year 2005, to Apply a Surcharge
                                    Calculated to Generate a Further $614,737 in Year
                                    2003 Revenues, to Establish a Low Income Ratepayer
                                    Assistance Program, and to Make Further Changes
                                    and Additions to Its Tariff for Water Service,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                    (also October 16 – 18)

10/15/02          10:00 a.m.       (EH) - Application of CALIFORNIA-AMERICAN
ALJ Cooke         A.02-05-058      WATER COMPANY (U 210 W) for an Order (1)
Comr Duque                         Expanding its Existing Certificate of Convenience
                                   and Necessity to Include the Provision of Wastewater
                                   Services to the Public, Including the Right to Recover
                                   Rates for such Services; (2) Authorizing Applicant to
                                   Create its Monterey Wastewater Division and Service
                                   Area and to Acquire the Wastewater Assets of and to
                                   Serve Wastewater Customers in Each of the
                                   Following Three Monterey County-Owned Systems:
                                   CSA 72- Las Palmas Ranch, CSA 10- Laguna Seca
                                   Ranch and Carmel Valley County Sanitation District;
                                   and (3) Authorizing Applicant to File a Single
                                   System-Wide Rate Schedule and Related Tariffs for
                                   All Three Acquired Wastewater Systems in its
                                   Monterey Wastewater Division,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                   (also October 16 - 17)

10/16/02          10:00 a.m.       (WS – Working Group 3) - Order Instituting
ALJ Carew         R.02-06-001      Rulemaking on policies and practices for advanced
Comr Peevey                        metering, demand response, and dynamic pricing,
                                   Hiram Johnson State Office Building
                                   455 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco

10/17/02          10:00 a.m.       (PHC) - Order Instituting Investigation into the
ALJ Jones         I.01-04-026      Revenue Requirement of Roseville Telephone
Comr Peevey                        Company Pursuant to Decision 00-11-039,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco




                                       Page 22
Daily Calendar
California Public Utilities Commission                      Monday, September 16, 2002
10/21/02          10:00 a.m.        (EH) - Investigation on the Commission’s Own
ALJ Ryerson       I.97-07-018       Motion Into the Operations, Practices, Rates and
Comr Duque                          Charges of Hillview Water Company, Inc., a
                                    corporation, and Roger L. Forrester, the principal
                                    shareholder and president, Respondents,
                                    Oakhurst Community Center
                                    39800 Road 425B
                                    Oakhurst, CA
                                    (also October 22 – 24 at 9:30 a.m.)

10/21/02          2:00 p.m.        (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell       and              EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood         7:00 p.m.        Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                  A.02-05-004      Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                   Reflect That Increase In Rates,
                                   Radisson Hotel and Convention Center
                                   Sycamore Room
                                   295 North “E” Street
                                   San Bernardino, CA

10/22/02          2:00 p.m.        (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell       A.02-05-004      EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood                          Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                                   Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                   Reflect That Increase In Rates,
                                   Pomona City Hall Council Chamber
                                   505 South Garey Avenue
                                   Pomona, CA

10/22/02          7:00 p.m.        (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell       A.02-05-004      EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood                          Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                                   Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                   Reflect That Increase In Rates,
                                   Corona Public Library
                                   Community Room A & B
                                   650 South Main Street
                                   Corona, CA

10/23/02          9:30 a.m.        (EH) - California Water Service Company (U60W), a
ALJ McVicar       A.02-03-032      Corporation, for an Order Establishing a Moratorium
Comr Duque                         on New Service Connections in Excess of 250
                                   Service Connections in the Coast Springs Water
                                   System Division of the Redwood Valley District,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco



                                       Page 23
Daily Calendar
California Public Utilities Commission                     Monday, September 16, 2002
10/23/02          10:00 a.m.        (ECP) – Erna Sue Grissom, Complainant, vs.
ALJ Patrick       C.02-09-003       SBC Pacific Bell, Defendant,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

10/23/02         2:00 p.m.        (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell      and              EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood        7:00 p.m.        Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                 A.02-05-004      Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                  Reflect That Increase In Rates, (NOTICE: The
                                  Alhambra public participation hearings will address
                                  only Southern California Edison Company’s
                                  Women Minority Disabled Veteran Business
                                  Enterprise (WMDVBE) Program.)
                                  Alhambra City Hall Council Chamber
                                  111 South First Street
                                  Alhambra, CA

10/24/02         2:00 p.m.        (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell      and              EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood        7:00 p.m.        Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                 A.02-05-004      Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                  Reflect That Increase In Rates,
                                  City of Ventura – Community Meeting Room
                                  501 Poli Street
                                  Ventura, CA

10/25/02         12:00 p.m.       (ECP) – Steve J. Thomason, Complainant, vs.
ALJ Barnett      C.02-08-034      Verizon California, Defendant,
                                  Commission Courtroom, State Office Building
                                  320 West 4th Street,
                                  Los Angeles, CA

10/25/02         1:00 p.m.        (ECP) – Herbert B. Avery and Maunaloa T. Avery,
ALJ Barnett      C.02-08-031      Complainants, vs. Southern California Gas Company,
                                  Defendant,
                                  Commission Courtroom, State Office Building
                                  320 West 4th Street,
                                  Los Angeles, CA




                                      Page 24
Daily Calendar
California Public Utilities Commission                      Monday, September 16, 2002
10/28/02          10:00 a.m.        (EH) - In the Matter of the Application of:
ALJ Ryerson       A.02-03-027       ALAMEDA CORRIDOR TRANSPORTATION
Comr Peevey                         AUTHORITY (ACTA) for an order authorizing the
                                    construction of the Pacific Coast Grade Separation
                                    over the ACTA main tracks and the former SPTC
                                    San Pedro Branch [CPUC numbers 114-16.40A and
                                    001-BG-501.30-A], the construction of a temporary
                                    at-grade detour crossing over the former SPTC San
                                    Pedro Branch, in the City of Los Angeles, California,
                                    Commission Courtroom, State Office Building
                                    320 West 4th Street
                                    Los Angeles, CA
                                    (also October 29 at 9:30 a.m.)

10/28/02          R.02-06-001       (WS) - Order Instituting Rulemaking on policies and
ALJ Carew                           practices for advanced metering, demand response,
Comr Peevey                         and dynamic pricing,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

10/28/02          10:00 a.m.        (EH) - Application of Southern California Edison
ALJ Galvin        A.02-03-016       Company (U 338-E) for Approval of Fuel Hedging
Comr Wood                           Cost Recovery,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                    (also October 29 – November 1 as needed)

10/29/02          2:00 p.m.         (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell       and               EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood         7:00 p.m.         Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                  A.02-05-004       Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                    Reflect That Increase In Rates,
                                    Lancaster City Hall Council Chamber
                                    44933 N. Fern Avenue
                                    Lancaster, CA

10/29/02          4:00 p.m.         (PPH) - In the matter of the Application of Suburban
ALJ Walker        and               Water Systems (U 339-W) for authority to increase
Comr Peevey       7:00 p.m          rates: In 2003 $9,919,002, or 27.2% above the
                  A.02-05-033       revenues generated by present rates, in 2004
                                    $1,447,692 or 3.1% above the revenues generated by
                                    the rates proposed for 2003, in 2005 $1,597,008 or
                                    3.3% above the 2004 revenue requirements,
                                    West Covina Senior Center
                                    North Wing, Room 14 & 15
                                    2501 East Cortez Street
                                    West Covina, CA



                                        Page 25
Daily Calendar
California Public Utilities Commission                      Monday, September 16, 2002
10/30/02          2:00 p.m.         (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell       A.02-05-004       EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood                           Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                                    Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                    Reflect That Increase In Rates,
                                    Kern County Library – Auditorium
                                    701 Truxtun Avenue
                                    Bakersfield, CA

10/30/02          7:00 p.m.        (PPH) - Application of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
ALJ Wetzell       A.02-05-004      EDISON COMPANY (U 338-E) For Authority To,
Comr Wood                          Among Other Things, Increase Its Authorized
                                   Revenues For Electric Service In 2003, And to
                                   Reflect That Increase In Rates,
                                   Visalia Convention Center and Theatres
                                   San Joaquin Room C & D
                                   303 E. Acequia Avenue
                                   Visalia, CA

10/31/02          R.02-06-001      (WS) - Order Instituting Rulemaking on policies and
ALJ Carew                          practices for advanced metering, demand response,
Comr Peevey                        and dynamic pricing,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

11/1/02           10:00 a.m.       (PHC) - Application of Southern California Edison
ALJ Wetzell       A.02-05-004      Company (U 338-E) For Authority to, Among Other
Comr Wood                          Things, Increase Its Authorized Revenues For
                                   Electric Service in 2003, And to Reflect That
                                   Increase in Rates, and

                  I.02-06-002      (PHC) - Investigation on the Commission’s Own
                                   Motion into the Rates, Operations, Practices, Service
                                   and Facilities of Southern California Edison
                                   Company,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

11/4/02           10:00 a.m.       (EH) - Application of the County of Alameda for an
ALJ Rosenthal     A.02-01-003      Order authorizing construction of a new public at-
Comr Duque                         grade pedestrian and ADA compliant crossing across
                                   the Union Pacific (UP) Railroad corridor MP29.1,
                                   UPRR, between the extension of H Street and the
                                   Union Pacific Railroad, Niles Subdivision mainline,
                                   in the District of Niles in the City of Fremont,
                                   Alameda County, State of California PUC Crossing
                                   ID No. 1D-29,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                   (also November 5)
                                       Page 26
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11/4/02           10:00 a.m.       (EH) - Order Instituting Investigation into the
ALJ Jones         I.01-04-026      Revenue Requirement of Roseville Telephone
Comr Peevey                        Company Pursuant to Decision 00-11-039,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                   (also November 5 – 8 and November 12 – 15 at
                                   9:00 a.m.)

11/5/02           10:00 a.m.       (EH) - In the matter of the Application of Suburban
ALJ Walker        A.02-05-033      Water Systems (U 339-W) for authority to increase
Comr Peevey                        rates: In 2003 $9,919,002, or 27.2% above the
                                   revenues generated by present rates, in 2004
                                   $1,447,692 or 3.1% above the revenues generated by
                                   the rates proposed for 2003, in 2005 $1,597,008 or
                                   3.3% above the 2004 revenue requirements,
                                   Commission Courtroom, State Office Building
                                   320 West 4th Street, Suite 500
                                   Los Angeles, CA
                                   (also November 6 – 8)

11/12/02          10:00 a.m.       (EH) – In the Matter of the Application of Apple
ALJ Galvin        A.02-03-046      Valley Ranchos Water Company (U 346 W) for
Comr Peevey                        Authority to Increase Rates (as authorized by
                                   NOI 02-03-017): In 2003 of $2,775,000 or 27.1%
                                   above revenues generated by present rates, in 2004 of
                                   $497,839 or 3.8% above the revenues generated by
                                   the rates proposed for 2003, in 2005 of $507,422 or
                                   3.7% above the 2004 revenue requirements,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                   (also November 13 – 15 as needed)

11/12/02          10:00 a.m.       (EH) - Application of Southern California Edison
ALJ Wetzell       A.02-05-004      Company (U 338-E) For Authority to, Among Other
Comr Wood                          Things, Increase Its Authorized Revenues For
                                   Electric Service in 2003, And to Reflect That
                                   Increase in Rates, and




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                  I.02-06-002       (EH) - Investigation on the Commission’s Own
                                    Motion into the Rates, Operations, Practices, Service
                                    and Facilities of Southern California Edison
                                    Company,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                    (also November 13 – 15; November 18 – 22;
                                    November 25 – 27; December 2 – 6;
                                    December 9 – 13; December 16 – 20;
                                    December 23 – 24, 26 – 27;
                                    December 30 – 31, January 2 – 3;
                                    January 6 – 10; January 13 – 17;
                                    and January 21 – 24)

11/15/02          10:00 a.m.        (PHC) - Order Instituting Investigation into the
ALJ McVicar       I.02-04-027       Operations and Practices of Verizon (formerly GTE
Comr Peevey                         California Incorporated) with respect to its Individual
                                    Case Basis Contracts,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco

11/18/02          10:00 a.m.        (EH) - Order Instituting Investigation into the
ALJ McVicar       I.02-04-027       Operations and Practices of Verizon (formerly GTE
Comr Peevey                         California Incorporated) with respect to its Individual
                                    Case Basis Contracts,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                    (also November 19 – 22 and November 25 – 27)

12/9/02           9:00 a.m.         (EH) - Investigation on the Commission’s own
ALJ Vieth         I.02-06-003       motion into the operations, practices, and conduct of
Comr Wood                           Pacific Bell Wireless LLC dba Cingular Wireless,
                                    U-3060, U-4135 and U-4314, and related entities
                                    (collectively “Cingular”) to determine whether
                                    Cingular has violated the laws, rules and regulations
                                    of this State in its sale of cellular telephone
                                    equipment and service and its collection of an Early
                                    Termination Fee and other penalties from consumers,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                    (also December 10 – 13 , December 16 – 20, and
                                    December 23)

12/9/02           10:00 a.m.        (EH) - Application of Pacific Gas and Electric
ALJ Barnett       A.01-09-003       Company in the 2001 Annual Transition Cost
Comr Brown                          Proceeding for the Record period July 1, 2000,
                                    through June 30, 2001 (Procument Practices only),
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                    (also December 10 – 13)



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1/27/03           10:00 a.m.        (EH) - In the Matter of the Application of the City of
ALJ Bushey        A.01-09-012       San Diego for an order authorizing modification of an
Comr Brown                          existing at-grade crossing on three light rail vehicle
                                    tracks and one heavy rail track of the Metropolitan
                                    Transit Development Board, and one heavy rail track
                                    of the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway
                                    Company, at Park Boulevard, in the City of San
                                    Diego, San Diego County, California,
                                    Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                    (also January 28 – 31)

2/10/03           10:00 a.m.        (EH) - Joint Application of AT&T Communications
ALJ Duda          A.01-02-024       of California, Inc. (U 5002 C) and WorldCom, Inc.
Comr Wood                           for the Commission to Reexamine the Recurring
                                    Costs and Prices of Unbundled Switching in Its First
                                    Annual Review of Unbundled Network Element
                                    Costs Pursuant to Ordering Paragraph 11 of
                                    D.99-11-050, and

                  A.01-02-035       (EH) - Application of AT&T Communications of
                                    California, Inc. (U 5002 C) and WorldCom, Inc. for
                                    the Commission to Reexamine the Recurring Costs
                                    and Prices of Unbundled Loops in Its First Annual
                                    Review of Unbundled Network Element Costs
                                    Pursuant to Ordering Paragraph 11 of D.99-11-050,
                                    and

                  A.02-02-031       (EH) - Application of The Telephone Connection
                                    Local Services, LLC (U 5522 C) for the Commission
                                    to Reexamine the Recurring Costs and Prices of the
                                    DS-3 Entrance Facility Without Equipment in Its
                                    Second Annual Review of Unbundled Network
                                    Element Costs Pursuant to Ordering Paragraph 11 of
                                    D.99-11-050, and

                  A.02-02-032       (EH) - Application of AT&T Communications of
                                    California, Inc. (U 5002 C) and WorldCom, Inc. for
                                    the Commission to Reexamine the Recurring Costs
                                    and Prices of Unbundled Interoffice Transmission
                                    Facilities and Signaling Networks and Call-Related
                                    Databases in Its Second Annual Review of
                                    Unbundled Network Element Costs Pursuant to
                                    Ordering Paragraph 11 of D.99-11-050, and




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California Public Utilities Commission                     Monday, September 16, 2002
                  A.02-02-034       (EH) - Application of Pacific Bell Telephone
                                    Company (U 1001 C) for the Commission to
                                    Reexamine the Costs and Prices of the Expanded
                                    Interconnection Service Cross-Connect Network
                                    Element in the Second Annual Review of Unbundled
                                    Network Element Costs Pursuant to Ordering
                                    Paragraph 11 of D.99-11-050, and

                 A.02-03-002       (EH) - Application of XO California, Inc. (U 5553 C)
                                   for the Commission to Reexamine the Recurring
                                   Costs of DS1 and DS3 Unbundled Network Element
                                   Loops in Its Second Annual Review of Unbundled
                                   Network Element Costs Pursuant to Ordering
                                   Paragraph 11 of D.99-11-050,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                   (also February 11 and February 13 – 14)

2/25/03          10:00 a.m.        (EH) - In the Matter of the Application of SIERRA
ALJ Barnett      A.01-06-041       PACIFIC POWER COMPANY (U-903-E) for an
Comr Lynch                         Order Authorizing an Immediate Interim Rate
                                   Increase, Subject to Refund, and for Consideration of
                                   a Rate Stabilization Plan,
                                   Commission Courtroom, San Francisco
                                   (also February 26 – 28)



                                  DECISION SUMMARIES

    D02-08-085      A.02-04-015     PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
    08/28/2002                      (U 39-M) for Expedited Approval under
                                    Public Utilities Code Section 851 to Grant
                                    Easements to the City of Santa Rosa for
                                    Construction, Operations and Maintenance of
                                    a Bicycle and Pedestrian Path and Bridge and
                                    related Public Park Uses on PG&E Land.
                                    Dismissed.

    D02-09-001      A.02-07-043     C-TELCO, LLC for Registration as an
    09/03/2002                      Interexchange Carrier Telephone Corporation
                                    pursuant to the provisions of Public Utilities
                                    Code Section 1013. Granted as set forth.
                                    This proceeding is closed.

    D02-09-002      C.02-08-003     SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY
    09/04/2002                      vs California-American Water Company, (1)
                                    for a finding that defendant violated Section
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                                     761, SDG&E's Standard Work Practices and
                                     GO 128 by installing its fire hydrant without
                                     maintaining the required clearance from
                                     Complainant's Electric Facilities; (2) for a
                                     finding that defendant's facilities were
                                     constructed last in point of time, and therefore,
                                     defendant was obligated to maintain the
                                     required clearance; (3) for an Order that
                                     defendant immediately relocate its fire hydrant
                                     at its own expense; and (4) grant such other
                                     relief as the Commission deems just and
                                     proper. Dismissed.

    D02-09-003      A.00-11-038     THE UTILITY REFORM NETWORK for
    09/05/2002      A.00-11-056     modification of Resolution E-3527. Awards
                    A.00-10-028     Greenlining Institute and Latino Issues
                                    Forum $221,709.81 in compensation for
                                    substantial contribution to D01-01-018 and
                                    D01-03-082. (Com Duque absent).

    D02-09-004      I.02-03-023     PUC - PONDEROSA SKY RANCH WATER
    09/05/2002                      COMPANY/ORVILLE FIGGS Order
                                    Instituting Investigation on the Commission's
                                    own motion into the operations and practices
                                    of Ponderosa Sky Ranch Water Company and
                                    its owner and operator, Orville Figgs, and
                                    order to show cause why findings should not
                                    be entered by the Commission under Public
                                    Utilities Code Section 855. Directs the
                                    Commission's General Counsel to petition
                                    the Superior Court of Tehama County to
                                    appoint a receiver to assume possession of
                                    and operate the Ponderosa Sky Ranch
                                    Water Company. This proceeding is closed.
                                    (Com Duque absent).

    D02-09-005      A.00-07-001     SIERRA PACIFIC POWER COMPANY for
    09/05/2002                      approval of a proposed distribution
                                    performance-based ratemaking mechanism
                                    supported by a cost of service study for 2001.
                                    Grants the Utility Reform Network an
                                    award of $20,934.88 in compensation for
                                    contributions to D01-12-005. This
                                    proceeding is closed. (Com Duque absent).

    D02-09-006      A.02-05-044     CALLTOWER, INC. for a Certificate of
    09/05/2002                      Public Convenience and Necessity to Provide
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                                     Facilities-Based and Resale Local Exchange
                                     Services in Pacific Bell, Verizon (formerly
                                     GTE California, Inc.), Citizens Telephone
                                     Company and Roseville Telephone Company
                                     and Interexchange Services Statewide.
                                     Granted as set forth. This proceeding is
                                     closed. (Com Duque absent).

    D02-09-007      A.02-06-011     TALK UNLIMITED NOW, INC. for a
    09/05/2002                      Certificate of Public Convenience and
                                    Necessity to Offer Local Exchange Services
                                    within the State of California. Granted as set
                                    forth. This proceeding is closed. (Com
                                    Duque absent).

    D02-09-008      A.02-06-015     BLUE & GOLD FLEET, L.P. , a limited
    09/05/2002                      partnership, to increase fare levels for the
                                    transportation of passengers in vessel common
                                    carrier service between Tiburon, on the one
                                    hand, and authorized points in San Francisco,
                                    on the other hand. Granted as set forth.
                                    This proceeding is closed. (Com Duque
                                    absent).

    D02-09-009      A.02-06-007     FORESTHILL TELEPHONE CO. for
    09/05/2002                      Approval of the Involuntary Transfer of
                                    Control of Foresthill Telephone Co. (U-1009-
                                    C) to Rose A. Hoeper. Granted as set forth.
                                    This proceeding is closed. (Com Duque
                                    absent).

    D02-09-010      A.02-06-012     BLUE & GOLD FLEET, L.P. , a limited
    09/05/2002                      partnership, to increase fare levels for the
                                    transportation of passengers in vessel common
                                    carrier service between Alameda/Oakland, on
                                    the one hand, and authorized points in San
                                    Francisco and Angel Island State Park, on the
                                    other hand. Granted as set forth. This
                                    proceeding is closed. (Com Duque absent).

    D02-09-011      A.02-06-013     BLUE & GOLD FLEET, L.P. , a limited
    09/05/2002                      partnership, to increase fare levels for the
                                    transportation of passengers in vessel common
                                    carrier service between Angel Island, on the
                                    one hand, and authorized points in San
                                    Francisco, on the other hand. Granted as set
                                    forth. This proceeding is closed. (Com
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                                     Duque absent).

    D02-09-012      A.02-02-010    COGENT COMMUNICATIONS OF
    09/05/2002                     CALIFORNIA, INC. for a Certificate of
                                   Public Convenience and Necessity to Provide
                                   Competitive Resold and Facilities-Based Local
                                   Exchange Service, IntraLATA and Intra-State
                                   interLATA Services in the State of California.
                                   Granted as set forth. (Com Duque absent).

    D02-09-013      A.02-01-013    EXCEL TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC.
    09/05/2002                     for a Certificate of Public Convenience and
                                   Necessity to Provide Competitive Local
                                   Exchange Services combined Resale and
                                   Limited Facilities Basis in the State of
                                   California. Granted as set forth. This
                                   proceeding is closed. (Com Duque absent).

    D02-09-014      A.02-06-009    SINGER, WILLIAM for a Certificate of
    09/05/2002                     Public Convenience and Necessity to Operate
                                   a Passenger Stage Corporation between Isla
                                   Vista and Santa Barbara, California; and
                                   between San Diego and Pacific Beach,
                                   California. Granted as set forth. This
                                   proceeding is closed. (Com Duque absent).

    D02-09-015      A.02-04-012    SACRAMENTO TRANSPORTATION
    09/05/2002                     SYSTEMS, INC. for authority to operate on-
                                   call, door-to-door, passenger stage between
                                   Sacramento International Airport, on the one
                                   hand, and various points in the counties
                                   described in the Application, on the other
                                   hand; and to establish a Zone of Rate Freedom
                                   under Section 454.2 et seq., of the Public
                                   Utilities Code. Granted as set forth. This
                                   proceeding is closed. (Com Duque absent).

    D02-09-016      A.02-03-003    CITY OF BRENTWOOD for authority to
    09/05/2002                     Construct a new At-Grade Crossing at the
                                   Extension of Sand Creek Road, in the vicinity
                                   of Mile Post 60.54 of the Union Pacific
                                   Railroad Company in the City of Brentwood,
                                   County of Contra Costa. Granted as set
                                   forth. This proceeding is closed. (Com
                                   Duque absent).

    D02-09-017      A.01-04-025    SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA RAPID
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     09/05/2002                      TRANSIT DIS for an order authorizing
                                     construction of grade separated railroad
                                     crossing between BART and the tracks of the
                                     Joint Powers Board, between Mileposts 11.5
                                     and 11.7. Granted as set forth. This
                                     proceeding is closed. (Com Duque absent).

    D02-09-018      A.02-02-013     PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
    09/05/2002                      for an Ex Parte Order Approving the Wind-
                                    Down and Dissolution of the ISO
                                    Restructuring Trust. Granted as set forth.
                                    This proceeding is closed. (Com Duque
                                    absent).

    D02-09-019      A.02-06-054     KERMAN TELEPHONE CO. (U 1012-C),
    09/05/2002                      pursuant to Public Utilities Code Sections 816
                                    through 851, for authority to Issue notes in an
                                    aggregate amount not exceeding $6,936,700
                                    and to mortgage utility property. Granted as
                                    set forth. This proceeding is closed. (Com
                                    Duque absent).

    D02-09-020      R.97-08-001     PUC - IEC TRANSFER RULES Commission
    09/05/2002      I.97-08-002     Order Instituting Investigation, on the
                                    Commission's own motion to consider
                                    adoption of rules applicable to Interexchange
                                    Carriers for the transfer of customers including
                                    establishing penalties for unauthorized
                                    transfer. Modifies D01-09-011 as set forth.
                                    This proceeding is closed. (Com Duque
                                    absent).

    D02-09-021      A.02-04-031     SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS
    09/05/2002      A.02-04-034     COMPANY (U 904-G) for Approval of 2002
                    A.02-04-035     CARE Activities and Budget. Directs the
                    A.02-04-036     Energy Division to file by August 1, 2003 an
                                    audit report in R01-08-027. Comments due
                                    30 days after Energy's filing of the report
                                    and replies are due 15 days thereafter.
                                    These proceedings are closed. (Com Duque
                                    absent).

    D02-09-022      C.99-01-039     GREENLINING INSTITUTE vs. Pacific Bell,
    09/05/2002                      for undisclosed untariffed charges for
                                    voicemail services. Modifies D01-04-037 as
                                    set forth and denies rehearing of the
                                    decision as modified. This proceeding is
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                                     closed. (Com Duque absent).

    D02-09-023       A.00-11-038   THE UTILITY REFORM NETWORK for
    09/05/2002       A.00-11-056   modification of Resolution E-3527. Modifies
                     A.00-10-028   D02-03-058 as set forth and denies
                                   rehearing of the decision as modified. (Com
                                   Duque absent).

    D02-09-024       A.01-07-006   PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
    09/05/2002                     for an Order to Sell and Convey to the City
                                   and County of San Francisco a certain parcel
                                   of Land located in the City and County of San
                                   Francisco. Modifies D02-04-005 as set forth
                                   and denies rehearing of the decision as
                                   modified. (Com Duque absent).

    D02-09-025       C.99-10-037   COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT NO.
    09/05/2002                     2/L.A. vs. Southern California Edison
                                   Company, for billing dispute about standby
                                   service. Grants rehearing of D02-04-051 as
                                   set forth. (Com Duque absent).



                         RESOLUTIONS SIGNED ON
                  COMMISSION MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 5, 2002
                            Commissioners Present:
                          Loretta M. Lynch, President
                                 Carl W. Wood
                              Geoffrey F. Brown
                              Michael R. Peevey

                         Henry M. Duque, being necessary absent,
                                  did not participate.

9/5/2002    ALJ-176-3094     Ratification of preliminary determinations of category
                             for proceedings initiated by application. The
                             preliminary determinations are pursuant to Article
                             2.5, Rules 4 and 6.1 of the Commission’s Rules of
                             Practice and Procedure. Adopted as set forth in the
                             attachments.

            E-3784           Advice Letter 1616-E of Southern California Edison
                             Company. Request for approval of its revised revenue
                             requirement for Utility Retained Generation pursuant to
                             D02-04-016 and identified adjustments to the
                             Procurement Related Obligations Account and Settlement
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                               Rates Balancing Account consistent with D02-04-016.
                               Granted as set forth.

             SX-49             Requests authority to deviate from General Order No. 75-
                               C, Section 7.8, allowing the Union Pacific Railroad
                               Company to retain the use of 20-inch backgrounds
                               installed on its railroad crossing warning devices currently
                               in operation. Granted as set forth.



            NOTICE OF DENIAL OF REQUEST FOR EX PARTE MEETING

On September 20, 1996, the Commission adopted Resolution ALJ 169 regarding the “Filing of
Notice of Denial of Request for Ex Parte Meeting.” The resolution implements an interim
procedure whereby a party whose written request for an ex parte meeting with a Commissioner
has been denied will be allowed to file a notice of such denial. Copies of Resolution ALJ 169 are
available from the Commission’s Central Files Office at 505 Van Ness Avenue, Room 2002, San
Francisco; telephone (415) 703-2045. Copies of tendered notices are available in the Central
Files Office for review and/or reproduction under existing procedures. They are also
available from the filing party who is under the obligation to provide copies of the notice
without delay.

                                             NONE



               NOTICE OF ALL-PARTY MEETINGS (PU Code § 1701.3(c))

                                             NONE


                      NOTICE OF EX PARTE COMMUNICATIONS

Copies of tendered notices are available in the Central Files Office for review and/or
reproduction under existing procedures. They are also available from the filing party who is
under the obligation to provide copies of the notice without delay.

 8/16/02       A01-02-024         AT&T Communications of California, Inc. and
                                  WorldCom, Inc., for the Commission to reexamine the
                                  recurring costs and prices of unbundled switching in its
                                  first annual review of unbundled network element costs
                                  pursuant to Ordering Paragraph 11 of D99-11-050.
               A01-02-035         AT&T Communications of California, Inc. and
                                  WorldCom, Inc., for the Commission to reexamine the
                                  recurring costs and prices of unbundled loops in its first
                                  annual review of unbundled network element costs
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                                  pursuant to Ordering Paragraph 11 of D.99-11-050.
              A02-02-031          Telephone Connection Local Services, LLC (U5522-C),
                                  for the Commission to Reexamine the Recurring Costs
                                  and Prices of the DS-3 Entrance Facility Without
                                  Equipment in its Second Annual Review of Unbundled
                                  Network Element Costs pursuant to Ordering
                                  Paragraph 11 of D99-11-050.
              A02-02-032          AT&T Communications of California, Inc. and
                                  WorldCom, Inc., for the Commission to Reexamine the
                                  Recurring Costs and Prices of Unbundled Interoffice
                                  Transmission Facilities and signaling Networks and
                                  Call-Related Databases in its Second Annual Review of
                                  Unbundled Network Element Costs pursuant to
                                  Ordering Paragraph 11 of D99-11-050.
              A02-02-034          Pacific Bell Telephone Company (U 1001 C), for the
                                  Commission to Re-Examine the Costs and Prices of the
                                  Expanded Interconnection Service Cross-Connect
                                  Network Element in the Second Annual Review of
                                  Unbundled Network Element Costs pursuant to
                                  D99-11-050.
              A02-03-002          XO California, Inc. (U 5553 C), for the Commission to
                                  Re-Examine the Recurring Costs of DS1 and DS3
                                  Unbundled Network Element Loops provided by Pacific
                                  Bell Telephone Company, as and for the Commission's
                                  Second Triennial Review of Recurring Unbundled
                                  Network Element Costs pursuant to Ordering Paragraph
                                  11 of D00-11-050.

 Summary: On August 13, 2002, Linda Vandeloop of SBC Pacific Bell Telephone
 Company (SBC Pacific Bell) participated in a tour, hosted by SBC Pacific Bell, of a
 central office and outside plant facilities for ALJ Duda. Also present were Ting-Pong
 Yuen, Victor Banuelos, William Fung, and Michaela Pangilinan, for the Commission;
 Paul Phillips of the Office of Ratepayer Advocates; Todd Silbergeld, Scott Pearsons,
 Gary Mandella, Dottie Parson, Tina Palavos, Dave Kearnan, Jeff Luong, and Cheryl
 Bash, for SBC Pacific Bell; Terry Murray and John Donovan, representing AT&T and
 WorldCom; Andrea Harris, representing Allegiance Telecom; Anita Taff-Rice,
 representing Covad Communications; Marg Tobias, representing XO California, Inc.;
 and Ethan Sprague of Pac-West Telecomm, Inc. Written materials (submitted under
 seal with the motion to file under seal, attached to the notice of ex parte
 communication), containing SBC Pacific Bell’s proprietary information were used
 pursuant to the Nondisclosure and Protective Agreement in this proceeding.
 Filer: SBC Pacific Bell Telephone Company
 Contact: Stephanie E. Krapf                       Phone: (415) 542-7712

 8/16/02        A01-09-045        Lodi Gas Storage, L.L.C., Western Hub Properties
                                  L.L.C., and WHP Acquisition Company, LLC, to
                                  Transfer Control of Lodi Gas Storage, L.L.C., to WHP
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                                  Acquisition Company, LLC, which will occur
                                  Indirectly as a Result of the Purchase of Western Hub
                                  Properties L.L.C. by WHP Acquisition Company,
                                  LLC, pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 854(a)
                                  and of Lodi Gas Storage, L.L.C. for Approval of a
                                  Secured Long-Term Financing pursuant to Public
                                  Utilities Code Sections 816, 817,818, 823, and 851.

 Summary: On August 13, 2002, Tom Dill, President of Lodi Gas Storage, L.L.C. and
 Western Hub Properties, L.L.C., met with Cmmr. Peevey in San Francisco. Also
 present were Julie Fitch, advisor to Cmmr. Peevey, Mark D. Cook, Vice President-The
 Exchange Center of Aquila Merchant Services, Inc. (Aquila), and Karen Plessinger,
 Managing Director of ArcLight Capital Holdings, L.L.C. Written materials (attached to
 the notice) were used. Plessinger referred to the draft decision and requested certain
 changes thereto. Dill discussed the buyer’s need for a decision that supports he buyer’s
 financing. Cook discussed Aquila’s proposed role in operating and marketing the
 facility to provide service to all qualified third parties at tariffed rates.
 Filer: Lodi Gas Storage, L.L.C., Western Hub Properties, L.L.C., and WHP
 Acquisition Company, LLC
 Contact: Robert J. Gloistein                       Phone: (415) 773-5900

 8/16/02        A02-01-042        Pacific Gas and Electric Company (U 39-E), for an
                                  Order Approving an Amendment to the Power
                                  Purchase Agreement for long-term energy and
                                  capacity between [it] and Oildale Energy, L.L.C., a
                                  California Limited Liability Company.

 Summary: On August 15, 2002, Jan Smutny-Jones, Executive Director of Independent
 Energy Producers, sent a letter (attached to the notice) to Cmmrs. Brown, Duque, Wood,
 Peevey, and Pres. Lynch. The letter urged the Commission to support Cmmr. Peevey’s
 alternate and approve the application.
 Filer: Oildale Energy LLC
 Contact: Joseph M. Karp                          Phone: (415) 544-1100

 8/21/02        R01-09-001        Order instituting rulemaking on the Commission's
                                  own motion to assess and revise the new Regulatory
                                  Framework for Pacific Bell and Verizon California
                                  Incorporated.
                I01-09-002        Order instituting investigation on the Commission's
                                  own motion to assess and revise the New Regulatory
                                  Framework for Pacific Bell and Verizon California
                                  Incorporated.

 Summary: On August 16, 2002, Tim McCallion, President-Pacific Region of Verizon
 California Inc. (Verizon), met with Cmmr. Brown in San Francisco. Also present was
 Robert Wullenjohn, advisor to Cmmr. Brown. McCallion discussed that the draft
 decision (DD) would make all of Verizon’s earnings subject to refund and that making
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 Verizon’s earnings subject to refund ends the incentives that are the basis for the New
 Regulatory Framework. McCallion also stated that the DD’s new Directory adjustment
 should not be adopted and that the proposed penalty phase should be eliminated.
 McCallion referred to the DD’s conclusion of law and the Commission’s August 6,
 2002 news release, which indicated that a 10.5% rate of return is a healthy return for
 Verizon.
 Filer: Verizon California Inc.
 Contact: Terry Tannen                          Phone: (415) 474-4921

 8/23/02         R01-10-024        Order Instituting Rulemaking to Establish Policies and
                                   Cost Recovery Mechanisms for Generation
                                   Procurement and Renewable Resource Development.

 Summary: LATE FILED. On August 19, 2002, William Stock, Chief of Regulatory
 Relations, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), met with Belinda Gatti, advisor
 to Cmmr. Brown, in San Francisco. Stock noted that it is imperative to put into place
 the right rules for interim procurement now in order to take advantage of current market
 conditions, to be able to work with the California Department of Water Resources
 before its authority expires. Stock noted that the alternate of Cmmr. Peevey, with a few
 suggested changes, would strike the right balance of regulation and procurement
 efficiency. Stock suggested that the proposed and alternate decisions by ALJ Walwyn
 and Pres. Lynch, respectively, will not allow for the needed procurement to be
 accomplished in time.
 Filer: Pacific Gas and Electric Company
 Contact: Michelle Brown                         Phone: (415) 973-4662

 Summary: LATE FILED. On August 19, 2002, William Stock, Chief of Regulatory
 Relations, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), met with Cmmr. Wood in an all-
 party meeting in San Francisco. Also present were Manuel Ramirez, advisor to Cmmr.
 Wood, Antonio Alvarez, Manager, Utility Electric Portfolio Management, PG&E, and
 other attendees listed on the attachment to the notice. Stock noted that it is imperative
 to put into place the right rules for interim procurement now in order to take advantage
 of current market conditions, to be able to work with the California Department of
 Water Resources before its authority expires. Stock noted that the alternate of Cmmr.
 Peevey, with a few suggested changes, would strike the right balance of regulation and
 procurement efficiency. Stock suggested that the proposed and alternate decisions by
 ALJ Walwyn and Pres. Lynch, respectively, will not allow for the needed procurement
 to be accomplished in time.
 Filer: Pacific Gas and Electric Company
 Contact: Michelle Brown                           Phone: (415) 973-4662

8/26/02          R93-04-003        Commission Order Instituting Rulemaking on
                                   Commission’s own motion to govern open access to
                                   bottleneck services and establish a framework for
                                   network architecture development of dominant carrier
                                   networks and
                 I93-04-002        Commission Order Instituting Investigation on the
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                                  Commission’s own motion into open access and
                                  network architecture development of dominant carrier
                                  networks.

 Summary: On August 21, 2002, Regina Costa, Telecommunications Research Director
 of The Utility Reform Network (TURN), met with Trina Horner, advisor to Cmmr.
 Lynch, Robert Wullenjohn, advisor to Cmmr. Brown, and Jonathan Lakritz, advisor to
 Cmmr. Wood, in three separate meetings in San Francisco. Costa expressed TURN’s
 support for the draft decision of ALJ Jones, and argued that the record in this proceeding
 supports the adoption of a reasonable monthly rate for the high frequency portion of the
 loop. Costa also stressed that the Commission has the legal authority to issue this
 decision and discussed the importance of Commission action in light of Federal
 Communications Commission proceedings related to broadband services.
 Filer: The Utility Reform Network
 Contact: Katherina Mack                        Phone: (415) 929-8876, ext. 300

 8/26/02         R01-10-024        Order Instituting Rulemaking to Establish Policies and
                                   Cost Recovery Mechanisms for Generation
                                   Procurement and Renewable Resource Development.

 Summary: LATE FILED. On August 20, 2002, William Stock, Chief of Regulatory
 Relations, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), met with Laura Krannawitter,
 advisor to Cmmr. Duque, in San Francisco. Also present was Lynne McGhee, advisor
 to Cmmr. Duque. Stock noted that it is imperative to put into place the right rules for
 interim procurement now in order to take advantage of current market conditions, to be
 able to work with the California Department of Water Resources before its authority
 expires. Stock noted that the alternate of Cmmr. Peevey, with a few suggested changes,
 would strike the right balance of regulation and procurement efficiency. Stock
 suggested that the proposed and alternate decisions by ALJ Walwyn and Pres. Lynch,
 respectively, will not allow for the needed procurement to be accomplished in time.
 Filer: Pacific Gas and Electric Company
 Contact: Michelle Brown                         Phone: (415) 973-4662

 Summary: LATE FILED. On August 20, 2002, Joseph Henri, Director, Utility
 Electric Portfolio Management, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), met with
 Cmmr. Peevey in San Francisco. Also present were Kevin Coughlan and Julie Fitch,
 advisors to Cmmr. Peevey, and William Stock, Chief of Regulatory Relations, PG&E.
 Henri noted that it is imperative to put into place the right rules for interim procurement
 now in order to take advantage of current market conditions, to be able to work with the
 California Department of Water Resources before its authority expires. Stock noted that
 the alternate of Cmmr. Peevey, with a few suggested changes, would strike the right
 balance of regulation and procurement efficiency. Stock suggested that the proposed
 and alternate decisions by ALJ Walwyn and Pres. Lynch, respectively, will not allow for
 the needed procurement to be accomplished in time.
 Filer: Pacific Gas and Electric Company
 Contact: Michelle Brown                          Phone: (415) 973-4662


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