This isn't a real "meeting." An overconfident and arrogant PATH wasted your money for several years holding actual in-person meetings, complete with coffee & donuts, at its fancy DC counsel's office. However, the whimpering remains of PATH now holds this "meeting" over the phone via conference call.
During the call, you can ask PATH any questions about its plan to collect another $39.8M from you in 2014. If you are a party to the abandonment case, you cannot ask about that case, but only about the information contained in the 2014 Projected Transmission Revenue Requirement filing linked above. Silly, yes, but when has PATH ever been logical?
A lot of you have been asking me what's going on with the abandonment case and why PATH continues to collect money from you. Until that case settles or is heard, PATH is permitted to continue to collect the reimbursement it requested when it filed for abandonment. If, after the case is over, it is determined that PATH has collected more than it is allowed, PATH will have to refund the difference to you.
So, send in your RSVP for the November 1 @10:00 a.m. phone meeting and belly up to the farcical ratepayer question bar. If you don't come, PATH will think you don't love them anymore.