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GEORGIA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION et al. v. SAWNEE ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION.
GEORGIA POWER COMPANY v. SAWNEE ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION.
A99A1860.
A99A1861.
SMITH, Presiding Judge.
Territorial Electric Service Act. Fulton Superior Court. Before Judge Lane.
In Ga. Public Svc. Comm. v. Sawnee Elec. Membership Corp., 242 Ga. App. 156 (529 SE2d 186) (2000), this court considered the trial court's order concerning the applicability of the large load exception to the Georgia Territorial Electric Service Act, OCGA 46-3-1 et seq.
We concluded that the trial court erred in reversing the decision of the Public Service Commission, which had found the exception to be applicable under the particular facts of the case. Our decision was reversed in Sawnee Elec. Membership Corp. v. Ga. Public Svc. Comm., 273 Ga. 702 (544 SE2d 158) (2001). Our decision in this case is therefore vacated, the judgment of the Supreme Court is made the judgment of this court, and the judgment of the trial court is affirmed.
McCullough Sherrill, John A. Sherrill, Corin M. McCarthy, amici curiae.
Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan, James A. Orr, Charles B. Jones III, for appellee.
Troutman Sanders, Kevin C. Greene, Susan P. Wilkerson, for appellant (case no. A99A1861).
Thurbert E. Baker, Attorney General, Robert S. Bomar, Deputy Attorney General, Harold D. Melton, Senior Assistant Attorney General, Alan Gantzhorn, William R. Phillips, Assistant Attorneys General, for appellant (case no. A99A1860).
DECIDED MAY 31, 2001.
Thursday May 21 01:18 EDT


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