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Friday, February 14, 2014

Ind. Gov't. - More on the finalists for the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission

Updating this ILB post from Feb. 11th, the upcoming issue of Indiana Legislative Insight ($$$) contains details on each finalist:

The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission Nominating Committee picks six nominees from which the Governor will make two appointments to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. The nominating panel chooses:
  • Carol A. Drake of Whitestown, a former Parr Richey Obremskey & Morton attorney prosecuting a high-profile personal civil cause of action against Duke Realty;
  • Frost Brown Todd attorney Robert L. Hartley of Indianapolis;
  • Cuban-born Michael Musa, Jr. of Indianapolis, a former Ameritech executive who served as president of its international long-distance group;
  • former IURC director of integrated resource planning Jim Ray of Fishers, who has decades of experience with Bechtel Power Corporation;
  • IURC Assistant General Counsel Carol A. Stephan of Indianapolis; and
  • Angela Rapp Weber of Indianapolis, an Ice Miller attorney who spent four years as an IURC administrative law judge and has engineering experience with telecom and tech firms.
None of the three ex-legislators who applied were selected for the Governor’s consideration, despite one being a former commissioner and another a finalist for the last IURC post that was open.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on February 14, 2014 11:28 AM
Posted to Indiana Government