PATH's got lots of problems, but probably the simplest to explain here is that their accountants don't know whether to add or subtract. It does make a difference!
Instead of learning when to add and when to subtract, PATH wastes the Commission's time whining that: "Clearly, Challengers Newman and Haverty are individuals who are opposed to the PATH Project. (Footnoted: Challenge p. 14 ("the PATH Project can no longer be justified."); see also http://www.stoppathwv.com/stoppathwv-blog.html. (Stop PATH WV, Inc. is an organization comprised of citizens who object to the PATH Project)." PATH should be ashamed of themselves for incorrectly quoting small portions of larger sentences without proper indication, and for calling the "wahhhhmbulance" again. The complete quote that they cherry picked from reads "Stop PATH WV, Inc. is a registered 501(c)4 social justice grassroots organization comprised of ordinary citizens who object to the Potomac-Appalachian Transmission Highline because it is not needed, it is not wanted, it is destructive to West Virginia, and it is an obstacle to meaningful reform of U.S. energy policy." And the page they got it from (which was not the Blog) contains the title "www.stoppathwv.com - Jefferson County, WV" (not Calhoun Co., WV).
Perhaps PATH should spend more time learning proper format for quotes in legal documents and the difference between debits and credits, and less time reading StopPATHWV Blog. Does anyone's opposition to the PATH Project cause Allegheny/FirstEnergy to make incredibly stupid accounting mistakes? No, they make those all on their own. The only assistance they get from StopPATH is a little publicity.
Newman and Haverty have filed both Formal Challenges pro se, as individuals. Neither are representing StopPATH WV, Inc. in the matter, because then they'd have to be lawyers. StopPATH WV, Inc. has NOTHING to do with any of PATH's problems at FERC. While Newman is a member of StopPATH WV, Inc., Haverty is not. But, both Challengers are also members of lots of other organizations that PATH failed to mention, and for which they did not provide the FERC Commissioners with web links. PATH's lawyers need to do a little more research, in order to find other member organizations to which Challengers belong and whine about those organizations too in their legal filings.
PATH seems to think that we go out of our way to make them look bad when the reality is that PATH manages to look bad all by itself, no assistance needed. Finding errors in PATH's financial filings is like shooting fish in a barrel.