Agenda

 

NEBRASKA OPEN MEETINGS ACT

Nebraska Revised Statutes 84-1407 through 84-1414  https://nebraskalegislature.gov/laws/statutes.php?statute=84-1407

 

 

AGENDA

 

 

NOTE:  THE POWER REVIEW BOARD MEETING SCHEDULED FOR NOVEMBER 8, 2021 HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

 

NEBRASKA POWER REVIEW BOARD

 

Monday, December 13, 2021 beginning at 9:00 a.m.

First Floor Hearing Room

Nebraska State Office Building

301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, Nebraska

 

 

Although the meeting will be held in-person, any member of the public can join the meeting “virtually” via Webex by clicking on the following link:

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1.         Roll Call of Board members.

 

2.         Review and approval of the minutes from the October 15, 2021 meeting.*   Minutes - Oct. 15, 2021.docx

 

3.         Review and acceptance of the expense reports for October and November 2021.*   Budget Status Oct. 2021.pdf

 

4.         Consider SAA 51-21-A.  This is a joint application filed by the City of Grand Island and Southern Public Power District to amend retail service area agreement 51.  The application would transfer two small tracts of land on the southwest edge of Grand Island’s service area that were annexed by the City.  One tract is on the southwest corner of the intersection of Husker Highway and Engleman Road.  The other is a rectangular area extending south several blocks south of Husker Highway approximately one block east of the intersection of Husker Highway and Graham Avenue.*   SAA 51-21-A (1) (Grand Island & Southern PPD) Application.pdf

 

5.         Consider Petition for Charter Amendment 6 filed by the Perennial Public Power District.  The amendment would alter the language in section VI of the charter to amend the District’s voting subdivision boundaries based on the 2020 census results and update the dates to establish staggered terms of office for directors.*   Charter Amendment - Perennial PPD #6 (Dec. '21) (1) Scan of Petition.pdf

 

6.         Consider Petition for Charter Amendment 7 filed by the Elkhorn Rural Public Power District.  The amendment would align the description of the District’s chartered territory with the current service territory, amend sections II and VI to redraw the boundaries of the District’s voting subdivisions based on the 2020 census results, and update the names and terms of the directors listed in the charter.*   Charter Amendment - Elkhorn RPPD #7 (Dec. '21) (1) Scan of Petition.pdf

 

7.         Consider Petition for Charter Amendment 9 filed by the North Central Public Power District.  The amendment would align the description of the District’s chartered territory with the current service territory, amend sections (b) and (f) to redraw the boundaries of the District’s voting subdivisions based on the 2020 census results, and update the names and terms of the directors listed in the charter.*   Charter Amendment - North Central PPD #9 (Dec. '21) (1) Scan of Petition.pdf

 

8.         Consider Petition for Charter Amendment 7 filed by the Cedar-Knox Public Power District.  The amendment would align the description of the District’s chartered territory with the current service territory, amend sections (b) and (f) to redraw the boundaries of the District’s voting subdivisions based on the 2020 census results, and update the names and terms of the directors listed in the charter.*   Charter Amendment - North Central PPD #9 (Dec. '21) (1) Scan of Petition.pdf

 

9.         Executive Director’s report.

  1.   Update on Southwest Power Pool activities.
  2.   Update on status of communication plan setting out how SPP and electric utilities will notify Nebraska State government officials during emergency events.
  3.   Update on discussions regarding whether and how electric utilities might provide information to the Power Review Board on plans to decommission generation facilities. 

 

10.       Adjourn.*

 

 

*  Action item.  A vote is scheduled for or possible on this agenda item.

Note:  This agenda is subject to revision.  It will be continually updated until it is made final approximately one week prior to the meeting.  Pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. § 84-1411, the Board reserves the right to amend the agenda up to 24 hours prior to the meeting.