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(a) A provisionally certificated utility shall include the following statement on each bill sent to a customer:
"You should contact us first if you have a complaint about your water or wastewater service. If you are not satisfied after contacting us, you may then file a complaint with the Regulatory Commission of Alaska. The Regulatory Commission of Alaska may be contacted toll-free at 1-800-390-2782, or TDD (907) 276-4533."
(b) Upon receipt of an informal complaint under 3 AAC 48.120 about a provisionally certificated utility, the commission will contact the provisionally certificated utility to verify that its most recently filed tariff is still effective or to obtain any updates to the tariff. The provisionally certificated utility shall provide any tariff updates within 10 business days after the commission's request. If an informal complaint is not resolved or is appealed by the customer or utility, a formal complaint may be made as provided in 3 AAC 48.130.
History: Eff. 6/19/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 42.05.141
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