Fla. Agency Says County Can't Restrict Electricity Access

Law360, Miami (May 14, 2013, 7:47 PM EDT) -- Florida's Public Service Commission on Tuesday exercised jurisdiction in a dispute pitting No Name Key homeowners against Monroe County, allowing the homeowners to hook up to the electrical grid in a move the county says could undermine efforts by local governments to manage development.

Shortly after deciding that it does have jurisdiction on the issue, the PSC voted to allow the owners of the 43 properties on No Name Key to have the option to get power from Keys Energy Services. The homeowners currently use solar...
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