Here's an article in The Shepherdstown Chronicle. Reporter Kelly Cambrel does a great job with a difficult subject, but contrary to what's stated in the article, the January 2011 Challenge detailed 2009 expenses, and the December 2011 Challenge detailed PATH's 2010 expenses. We haven't gotten to their 2011 expenses yet.
Here's an article in The Spirit of Jefferson.
"An official with American Electric Power said the company is entitled to recover reasonable
expenses of the PATH project.
"It is certainly their right to intervene. They have a different view on recoverable expenses," said Geri Matheney, a director of corporate communications for Appalachian Power, a subsidiary of American Electric Power. "It is certainly their right to question the expenses. FERC will decide whether there is merit in their complaints or not. We are entitled to recover
the reasonable and prudent expenses of the PATH project.'"
Well, that certainly blows a few holes in all Randy's legal efforts at FERC over the past 3 months, insisting that we don't have standing and are not interested parties. Now we find out that AEP doesn't agree with Randy and PATH's legal team. Isn't that refreshing news? Maybe Jeri should take a few notes from Todd "the school girl" Meyers and adopt the "no comment" thing. But then again, she's probably not likely to get stuck in an elevator or accidentally meet up in the Men's Room with Mr. Personality either. Jeri just doesn't know when to shut up. :-)
More to come...