TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - A complaint filed against the Kansas Corporation Commission has been dropped.
Court records show a hearing set for July 3rd has been removed from the calendars. The records state involved parties reached an agreement.
Shawnee County District Attorney Chad Taylor filed the complaint last week against the corporation seeking an injunction against its approval of a nearly 50% rate increase for the Salina Water District.
Attorneys for the Citizens Utility Ratepayer Board asked for an investigation. They said the KCC used a process called "pink sheeting" to approve the rate increase without a public hearing.
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