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=. 44 TUESDAY, MAY 20 - THURSDAY, MAY 22, 2014 CLASSIFIED Cape Gazette '+Continued from page 43 Continued on page 45 PUBLIC NOTICE Secure self Storage 37053 Rehoboth Avenue Extended Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 (302) 227-5000 Hereby gives notice of public sale, by auction, to satisfy Landlord's Lien. Cash sales only to highest bidder. Company reserves the right to withdraw any item or unit from sale. Buyer is to completely clean out the unit within 24 hours of the sale. The sale will be held on Tuesday, June 17, 2014 @10:30 PM ARCHIE KOHR UNIT #54: Retail store contents including rugs, lamps, fixtures, tables, curio cabinet, chairs, displays, racks, antiques, mirrors, luggage, decorations, mannequins, screen divider, baskets, plastic totes, boxes, etc. SELF STORAGE LIEN SALE Hardy's Self Storage, wishing to avail themselves of the provision of DELAWARE LAW (25 DE. C. CH. 49), hereby gives notice of sale under said act, to wit: On Saturday, June 14, 2013 Hardy's Self Storage, 32984 Lighthouse Rd. (Rt. 54) Selbyville, DE, 19975 at 10:30 AM of that day, will conduct a public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the contents consisting: Unit 012 Victoria Bush Bikes, boxes, bed frames, dresser, totes, and pictures Unit B31 Victoria Bush Bicycles, boxes, dresser, bed, box spring, toys and totes Unit E12 Aaron Jarmon Clothes, boxes, lawn mower, mattress, box spring, bed frame, sports, equipment, and motorcycle VlN JYA5AHE034A042006 We reserve the right to refuse " any and all bds. BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION ) OF ARTESIAN WATER COMPANY, INC. ) FOR A REVISION OF RATES ) (FILED APRIL 11, 2014) ) PSC DOCKET NO. 14-132 PUBLIC NOTICE TO: ALL CUSTOMERS OF ARTESIAN WATER COMPANY, INC. On April 11, 2014, Artesian Water Company, Inc. ("AWC" or the "Company") filed with the Delaware Public Service Commission ("Commission") an applica- tion for an increase in its water service rates across all rate classifications. The new proposed rates and charges increase annual water service revenues by approximately 15.91% or $9.984 Million. The following tables present a summary of AWC's present rates and those proposed in its rate application. MONTHLY CUSTOMER CHARGES MONTHLY USAGE RATES (per 1,000 gallons) RESIDENTIAL Current Rate Tiers Current Proposed Rate Tiers First 2,000 Gallons $6.565 First 2,000 Gallons Next 5,000 Gallons $7.098 Next 5,000 Gallons Over 7,000 Gallons $8.277 Over 7,000 Gallons ALL OTHER Current Rate Tiers Current First 500,000 Gallons Proposed $7.793 $8.425 $9.825 Proposed Rate Tiers Proposed $5.887 First 500,000 Gallons $6.988 $6.776 Over 500,000 Gallons $8.043 Meter Size 5/8" Current $13.22 Proposed $14.51 3/4" $15.86 $17.42 1" $21.15 $23.22 1-1/2" $42(29 $46.44 2" $55.51 $60.96 3" $84.59 $92.89 4" $121.59 $133.52 6" $211.47 $23221 8" $317.20 $348.32 $502.23 10" $551.51 CCH Over 500,000 Gallons Proposed Rate per T.G. $4.598 Current Rate per T.G. $3.887 I MONTHLY PUBLIC FIRE PROTECTION CHARGES MONTHLY PRIVATE FIRE PROTECTION CHARGES Meter Se Current Proposed 5/8" $4.00 $4.71 3/4" $5.98 $7.03 1" $10.00 $11.76 1-1/2" $19.94 $23.43 2" $31.99 $37.59 3" $60.02 $70.55 4" $100.04 $117.59 6" $200.39 $235.74 8" $319.71 $376.03 10" $511.38 $601.53 Detector Cheek Current Proposed 1-1/2" $19.28 $21.11 2" $40.95 $44.43 4" $106.69 $114.36 6" $227.47 $248.31 8" $378.70 $415.05 10" $565.73 $626.43 12" $618.19 $737.27 Privme Hydrant $227.47 $248.31 WHOLESALE RATES AND CHARGES Description New Castle-Boothhurst Current Various Proposed No Change City of New Castle $3.100 per T.G. No Change Middletown $2.125 per T.G. $2.489 Delaware Correctional Ctr. $2.243 per T.G. $2.491 $2.000 per T.G. $3.762 per T.G. Clayton Artesian Water Maryland No Change No Change Chesapeake City $4.104 per T.G. No Change Pursuant to 26 DeE C. 306(a) (1), the Commission has suspended the effectiveness of the proposed new rates and proposed rule revisions pending further investigations and public evidenUary hearings, which will be held at a later date after further public notice. However, pursuant to 26 DeE C. 306(c) AWC has requested authority to place a portion of the proposed rate increase into effect, under bond and subject to refund, on June 10, 2014. The Commission will make its decision on this matter on the basis of the evidence of record taken at public evidentiary hearings. The Commission may approve or reject, in whole or in part, the proposed increase and revisions and may approve a different method for allocating among rates any increase in revenues should one be found to be appropriate. Any person that wishes to participate formally, as a party, in this docket (PSC Docket No. 14-132) should file for leave to intervene with the Commission in accor- dance with Rule 21 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure (26 DeE C. ch. 1001, section 2.9.2). Such Petitions should be filed on or before June 23, 2014 at the Commission's office located at: Delaware Public Service Commission 861 Silver Lake Boulevard Cannon Building Dover, Delaware 19904 Petitions filed after date shown will not be considered, except for good cause shown. Interested customers are invited to review the application and supporting materi- als to see how their individual interest may be affected. Copies of the application are available for public inspection during normal business hours in the Commission's Dover office at the address listed above. Copies may also be reviewed, by appoint- ment, at the office of the Division of the Public Advocate (DPA) located at the Carvel State Office Building, 4th Floor 8320 North French Street, Wilmington, Delaware 19801. Please call (302) 577-5077 to arrange for a time to review the documents at such location. Any individual with disabilities, who wishes to participate in, or to review these proceedings, may contact the Commission to discuss the use of auxiliary aides or services that may facilitate such review or participation. Such contact may be in person, by writing, by telephone, or otherwise. For inquiries, the Commission's toll free telephone number (in Delaware) is 1-800-282-8574. Any person with questions may also contact the Commission Staff at (302) 736-7500 and by Text Telephone also at (302) 736-7500. 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