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Dee Claudia Canli Kidd June 8, 1921 - Oct. 12, 2012 Dee Claudia Kidd passed away peacefully on Oct. 12 in Anaheim Hills, Calif at home with her hus- band. Born in Italy, Dee came to the United States at the age of 7 with her parents Peter and Valen- tina Cacozza Canli and sister Pau- line Canli. They lived in Chicago for a brief time, and then settled in Ava- lon on Catalina Island. Dee grad- uated from Avalon High School in a class of 16 students. She had several friends among the Chicago Cubs 1937 baseball team, which held spring training on Catalina Island while the team was owned by the Wrigley Family. Later, Dee got a Job as a time- keeper for Sears and Roebuck, Inc in Long Beach. She met John Patrick Kidd (Pat) on a blind date with friends. Pat was serving in the Army Air Corps, and soon was transferred to Yuma, Arizona. He asked Dee to be his wife and they were married in Arizona on June 2, i945. After the war, the couple moved to upstate New York, where Pat completed his educatiOn at Cornell University. Three sons were born a~ld Pat moved with Dee back to southern California to raise their sons and (later) an adopted daugh- ter. Dee enjoyed taking commu- ] i 1 ~di o~,~ ! ecat~ ,it aisiaf' ~e c~,m l I I J nity college courses in real estate and interior design. She loved to read and spend time with family. Dee and Pat played tennis, danced and travelled the world. Dee is survived by Pat, her hus- band of 67 years, as well as her four children: Patrick, Michael, and Bruce Kidd, and Melanie Fletcher. Her legacy also includes 8 grandchildren and four great- grandchildren, Dee's remains will be interred at Avalon Cemetery on Catalina. Hearts. He worked for over 12 years at Pacific Tow, now known Scott Scoto Oct. 13, 1946- as Foss Maritime. He continued Oct. 13, 2012 as captain for Crowley Maritime, The Seaway Company, Catalina and captain of the Research and Freight Line, and Pebbly Beach Recovery Vessel Recovery One. Building Supply family suffered a Scott worked for Catalinal Freight great loss at the unexpected pass- Line for the last 10 years, bringing ing of tug captain Scott Scoto. all of Catalina's freight and gro- "Scotty" was born Olimpioceries to Avalon, rain or shine. Borges Scoto, in Stockton, on Oct. He is Survived by his wife of 13, 1946. He passed awaj, on Oct. 32 years, Dorothy, his daughter 13, 2012, with his wife Dorothy Jennifer, a grandson Grayson, by his side. sons Mike and Scotty. He also He joined the United Statesleaves behind his sisters Susie and Marine Corps from Sept. 1964 to Darlene. 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P~ Wioe~ I~sca.so Bee~ Ocean Caress Goosebualp ~parts Di M~'~ll~te Primal Irons AvaJc~'~ 3ea~ood /,oim,~ Lob (}mn(r F~vellswo~!. Pk olom~i Catalina Crustal Tours Virile 3~mply ll~ed Cm Neevs ~ilver Canyon Porte7 Zardetta A~boCMi=t GoMen Or@e Coca Cola l~ d~r I~ d ]M[iot'v~to blm'Ivm'l 1>~' Intcrnali~asl/tdot.l,d[acoa Villt~ P spel~Bor lt',m'ras Staying connected with Catalina ust got a lot easier. .eOM SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY NOTICE OF EVIDENTIARY HEARING REGARDING PROPOSED RATE CHANGES IN THE CPUC SMART METER OPT-OUT PROCEEDING, PHASE 2 Application Numbers (A.) 11-03-014, 11-03-014, & 11-07-020 DATE: Monday, November 5, 2012 ;.- TIME: 9:00 A.M. THRU Friday, November 16, 2012 - TIME: 9:00 A.M. LOCATION: Commission Courtroom, 505 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102 The California Public UtiIRies Commission (CPUC) will hold Evi~lentiary Hearings regarding the Phase 2 issues in the consolidated utility Smart Meter Opt-Out proceeding (A.11.-03-014, et al)" Any changes to the dates, times and locations of the Evidentiary Hearings will be posted to the CPUC's Daily Calendar. The location for this hearing is wheelchair accessible. Anyone needing interpreters for language or for the hard Of hearing, please contact the Public Advisor's Office at the following numbers at least five (5) working days in advance of the headng date: Telephone: (415) 703-2074 or toll free: 1-866-849-8390 TrY: (415) 703-5282 or toll free TTY: 1-866-836-7825 BACKGROUND On February 1, 2012, the Commission issued Decision (D.) 12-02-014, which modified PG&E's SmartMeter Prngram to include an option for those residential customers who did not wish to have a wireless smart meter (as used in this proceeding, a wireless smart meter is a digital electric or gas meter that transmits customer usage data through radio bansmisslon). Similar Decisions were issued for SDG&E in D.12-04-019 and for SCE in D.12-04-018 (D.12-02-014, D.12-04-018 and D.12~04-019 are collectively referred to as the "Opt-Out Decisions'). The Opt-Out Decisions adopted interim fees for those customers electing to participate in the opt-out option and directed that a separate phase be initiated to consider cost and cost allocation issues associated with opt-out options. The Decisions also directed that the second phase consider whether the opt-out option should be extended to communities, such as local gevemments and residents of apartment buildings or condominium complexes. On June 8, 2012, CPUC Assigned Commissioner, Michael Peevey, issued a Ruling adding this required separate phase - Phase 2 - to the smart meter opt-out proceedings. SCE's PROPOSED RATE CHAOE SCE projects that its Opt-Out Program will require approximately $21 "million in revenue ($15.010 million in operations & maintenance expanses and $5.979 million in capital expenditures) over the 2012 through 2014 period, and requests CPUC approval to recover 100 percent.of this forecasted revenue requirement through opt-out fees. SCE proposes to recover the incremental costs associated with the Opt-Out Program from those" resldenliat customers exerciaing the opttoo. The proposal includes an initial fee and monthly charges. These costs include the labor associated with the remov= of the opt-out meter and the installation of the Edison SmadConhect~ meter when a customer leaves the Opt-Out Program, These fees will be discounted by 20 percent for those customers enrolled in the CARE program (the CARE discount will be allocated to all retepayers, except Street Lighting customers, on an equal-cenis.per-kilewatt hour basis pursuant to CA Public Utilities Code Sec~on 327(aX7) and consistent with Commisslen practice), The following table presents SCE's proposed fees for opt-out customers, based on the forecast revenue requirements and estimates of opt-out participants: CARE 1578 $19 Any ~ dengas in mes, or appm~ of any nd~or~ op~o~ eee, w~ he de~ed by ~e comr~asion. EVIDENTIARY HEARINGS The CPUC holds Evldenttary Hearings whereby the formal parties of record provide testimony and are subject to cress-examination before the assigned CPUC Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). These bearings are open to the public to attend and listen, but only those who are formal parlies of record are allowed to participate. One party is the Division of Ratepayor Advocates (DRA), which consists of engineers, accountants, economists and attorneyswhe independently evaluate the proposals of utilities and present their analyses and recommendatlofis for the CPUC at the Evldantiary Hearings. The CPUC has its ow~ court reporters who will record the participation of parties in the Evldenttary Hearings. Parties may partidpate, present testimony, croes-examina other parties, wi'meeses, and present oral arguments addressing the issues as set forth in the Assigned Commissioner's Ruling dated June 8, 2012. Parties may offer proposals that differ from those presented by the utilities. Evidentiary Hearings will begin on Monday, November 5, 2012 at 10:00 a.m and may continue each working day through Friday, November 16, 2012 (if needed). The ALJ may modify the schedule at a later date, and wilt preside over the Evidentiary Hearings. The assigned Commissioner may be in attendance as well. The evidontiary hearings will be held at a designated CPUC hearing room in San Francisco, CA at the address noted above. Additionally, Public Partidpatton Hearings (PPHs) will be held separately in December in various locations throughout California. Because only formal parties of record may participate in these Evidentiary Hearings, the purpose of the PPHs is to accept public comment from electnc utility customers on the specified issues. Notic~ of these PPHs will occur alter the start of the Evidentiary Hearings, and will be provided as an insert with customer bills in addition to newspaper publication. Once all hearings are completed, the ALJ will consider all of the evidence presented and release a proposed decision. Whe~ the CPUC issues a final decision, it may adopL amend or modify all or part of the ALJ's proposed decision. The final decision may differ from the requests proposed by the utilities. For Further Information FROM SCE You may view a copy of SCE's Smart Meter Opt-Out Phase 2 Testimony (ti~ed "SCE Smart Meter Opt-Out Cost Estimates & Cost Recovery Proposal') on SCE,s website: www.sce.com/aoulicattons, by entering "A.11.-03-014" into the Search Key box and clicking "Go;" or by writing to SCE at the Rosemead mailing address below. You may also review a copy of this Testimony at BCE's corporate headquarters (2244 Walnut Grove Avenue, Rosemead, 1 Pebbly Be.acll Rd. Avalon, CA 90704 505 W. 14= Ave. Blythe, CA 92225 26364 Pine Ave. Rimforest, CA 92378 120 Woodland Dr 6999 Old Woman Springs Rd. Wofford Heights, CA 93285 Yucca Valley, CA 92284 CA 91770) or at the following SCE business offices: 30553 Rimrock Rd. 374 Lagoon St Barstow, CA 92311 Bishop, CA 93514 3001 Chateau Rd. 510 S, China Lake Blvd Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546 Ridgecrast, CA 93555 41694 Dinkey Creek Rd. 421 W. J St Shaver Lake, CA 93664 Tehachapi, CA 93561 For forther information from SCE regarding this Application, please write to: Southern California Edison Company 2244 Walnut Grove Avanue Rosemead, CA 91770 Attention: Paul Kubasek Smart Meter Opt-Out Project Manager Los usuerios con acceso al Intemet podrdn leery descargar esta nottflcaci6n en espm~ot en el sitio Web da SCE )lDkltJL;Jb~g~,~Kltos o escriba a: Southern California Edison Company " P.O. Box 800 2244 Walnut Grove Avenue Rosemead, CA 91770 Atencl6n: Comunicaciones Corporativas " CPUC PROCESS if you would like further information on the Evidontiary Hearing process or if you wish to submit written comments or irffommlly protest this application as a customer of SCE, you may do so by contacting the CPUC's Public Advisor's Office at the address noted below. Please refer to the application filing number, A.1t-03-014 et al, when writing. Please state if you would like a response, otherwise no response will be sent. Your comments will become a part of the formal file for public comment in this proceeding. The Public Advisor's Office will circulate your comments to the five Commissioners, the ALJ, the Division of Ratepayer Advocates (DRA), and to CPUC staff assigned to this proceeding. You may also write to the CPUC if you need advice on hew to participate in this proceeding, or would like to receive further notices regarding the date, time, and piece of any future hearing in this proceeding: The Public Advisor California Public Utilities Commission 505 Van Ness Avenue, Room 2103 San Francisco, CA 94102 E-Mall: " " THE CATAUNA ISLANDER October 26, 2012 i 11