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PSC rebukes village
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MADISON - The Public Service Commission Tuesday reprimanded the Monticello Water Utility for failing to obtain preconstruction approval of a $345,000 well project. Failing to obtain approval for projects above a $271,000 threshold violates state statutes and PSC rules and could have prevented the utility from recovering the project's cost in a pending water rate case, the PSC wrote the utility this week. "Future violations may result in the disallowance of the costs of unauthorized projects and referral for enforcement action," wrote Jeff Stone, PSC's administrator of Water, Telecommunications and Consumer Affairs.