Maine PUC chairman Drops Out of Poland Spring Water Case

Portland Press Herald Oct. 15, 2013

The chairman of the Maine Public Utilities Commission has recused himself from a controversial case involving the owner of Poland Spring water and the family-controlled utility in Fryeburg that supplies it with water. Thomas Welch’s recusal effectively suspends the case of Nestle Waters North America, because the PUC now lacks the required quorum to make a ruling. The commission will be unable to make a decision until a commissioner retires or the Legislature approves legal changes to allow the appointment of alternates


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