I.P.U.C. No. 1 Original Sheet No. 7A.3
Submitted Under Advice Letter No. 06-06
: August 14, 2006
: September 15, 2006
ELECTRIC SERVICE SCHEDULE NO. 7A - Continued
:The unit charge includes installation, maintenance and energy costs for unit on existing orone new wood pole without guys. Where more than one wood pole and more than 200 feetof extension are required, an additional charge of 1.5% of the estimated additional cost willbe made. Should Customer desire a steel pole instead of a wood pole, an additional chargewill be made according to the following schedule: 1. All steel poles installed prior to June 1, 1973.11 gauge $1.00 per pole per month3 gauge $1.50 per pole per month 2. Steel poles installed after June 1, 1973.30 ft., 11 gauge, direct buried $2.35 per pole per month30 ft., 3 gauge, direct buried $3.95 per pole per month35 ft., 11 gauge, direct buried $2.85 per pole per month35 ft., 3 gauge, direct buried $4.65 per pole per monthFor anchor base poles, add 20¢ per pole per month to all polesinstalled after June 1, 1973.
MONTHLY BILLING REDUCTION
: Rates in this Schedule shall be reduced by themonthly kilowatt-hour credit adjustment set forth under "Monthly Rates" in the currentlyeffective Electric Service Schedule No. 34.
SPECIFICATIONS AND SERVICE FOR SECURITY AREA LIGHTING
: Securityflood lights may be mounted on Company-owned poles or on Customer-owned supportsacceptable to the Company. The type and kind of fixtures and supports will be inaccordance with the Company's specifications. Service includes energy supplied from theCompany's overhead circuits, maintenance and lamp and glassware renewals. Lamps will becontrolled by the Company to burn each night from dusk to dawn. (Continued)