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GUEST COMMENTARY: Voicing opposition to Indiana Senate Bill 560

GUEST COMMENTARY: Voicing opposition to Indiana Senate Bill 560

On behalf of the more than 80,000 Hammond residents and businesses whose households are almost all NIPSCO ratepayers, I would like to voice my opposition to Indiana Senate Bill 560. It unfairly shifts the risk and burden of capital investment onto ratepayers instead of on monopoly utilities …

March 14, 2013 12:00 am

Hammond in talks with NIPSCO to free portion of 165th Street for development

HAMMOND | City officials said they are in discussions with NIPSCO to move the company's pole yard on 165th Street to free up land for economic development.

July 01, 2012 8:00 pm
Indiana regulator, NiSource director planned day at the races

Indiana regulator, NiSource director planned day at the races

A day after Indiana's top utility regulator approved an order authorizing NIPSCO to hike electric rates, a director of the utility's parent company sent a thankful e-mail inviting him to take in thoroughbred farms and the races in Kentucky Bluegrass country.

January 16, 2011 12:00 am Photos

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NIPSCO wants to cut electric rate increase by half

MERRILLVILLE | NIPSCO on Friday asked state regulators to replace a proposed 16.8 percent increase in residential electric rates with a more modest 7.9 percent increase, following appeals and protests from consumer groups.

November 20, 2010 12:00 am

EDITORIAL: Ease up on industry's burden

First homeowners got clobbered when more of the property tax burden was shifted onto them, and now they're being told they should get a bigger NIPSCO electric rate increase than will industrial customers. The timing is unfortunate, but shifting more of the burden for NIPSCO's cost to residen…

November 16, 2010 12:00 am Related
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