If a request for a hearing is timely made, the Commission shall schedule the hearing to begin 10 to
30 days from the receipt of the request unless otherwise provided by law, stipulated by the parties, or
ordered by the Commission. Notwithstanding the effective 180 day time period cited above, this
Temporary Order shall remain in effect from the date a hearing is requested until a decision is
entered, unless otherwise ordered by the Commission. After a hearing, the Commission may
vacate, modify, or make permanent this Temporary Order with written findings of fact and conclusions of
law. A permanent Order may include an order of restitution, administrative penalties, and/or other
All Respondents may request a hearing pursuant to A.R.S. § 44-1972 and A.A.C. R14-4-307.
If any Respondent or Respondent Spouse requests a hearing, the Respondent or Respondent
Spouse must also answer this Temporary Order and Notice. A request for hearing must be in
writing and received by the Commission within 20 business days after service of this Notice of
Opportunity for Hearing. Each Respondent must deliver or mail the request to Docket Control, Arizona
Corporation Commission, 1200 W. Washington, Phoenix, Arizona 85007. A Docket Control cover
sheet must accompany the request. A cover sheet form and instructions may be obtained from Docket
Control by calling (602) 542-3477 or on the Commission's Internet web site at
Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation such as a sign language
interpreter, as well as request this document in an alternative format, by contacting Shelly M. Hood,
Executive Assistant to the Executive Secretary, voice phone number 602/542-3931, e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange the
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If a request for a hearing is not timely made, the Division will request that the Commission make
permanent this Temporary Order, with written findings of fact and conclusions of law. These conclusions
af irmative action.
of law may include an order for restitution, administrative penalties and/or other relief.