In the Matter of the Application of Union Electric†††††††††††† )
Company, d/b/a Ameren Missouri for Permission and†††† )
Approval and a Certificate of Public Convenience and†††† )
Necessity Authorizing it to Construct, Install, Own,††††††††† )†††† File No. EA-2012-0281
Operate, Maintain, and Otherwise Control and††††††††††††††† )
Manage a Utility Waste Landfill and Related Facilities††††† )
At its Labadie Energy Center.††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† )
Issue Date: †April 4, 2013††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Effective Date: †April 4, 2013
On March 26, 2013, Labadie Environmental Organization and Sierra Club filed a motion asking the Commission to dismiss Union Electric Company d/b/a Ameren Missouriís application for a certificate of convenience and necessity from the Commission to expand the boundaries of its Labadie Energy Center to permit the construction and operation of a utility waste landfill.† Pursuant to the Commissionís rule, responses to that motion to dismiss would be due on April 5, which is ten days following its filing.† On April 3, Ameren Missouri filed a motion asking the Commission to extend the time to respond to the motion to dismiss until April 10.† The motion represents that counsel for the other parties do not oppose the requested extension.† The Commission will grant the motion. ††††
THE COMMISSION ORDERS THAT:
1.†††††† Any party wishing to respond to the Motion of Intervenors Labadie Environmental Organization and Sierra Club to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction shall do so no later than April 10, 2013.
2.†††††† This order shall become effective upon issuance.†
Morris L. Woodruff, Chief Regulatory Law
Judge, by delegation of authority
pursuant to Section 386.240, RSMo 2000.
on this 4th day of April, 2013.