What is the Cost Adjustment printed on my bill?

The Power Cost Adjustment Clause (PCAC) is applied to your electric usage and is authorized by the Public Service Commission for municipal utilities. The PCAC is an automatic adjustment clause that allows a utility to adjust customer’s monthly bills either upward (additional charge) or downward (credit) that is either above or below the average cost authorized by the Public Service Commission and reflected in the utility’s base rates. The three main reasons that an adjustment is necessary: 1) increased cost of natural gas for electric generation; 2) increased costs to purchase power from others; 3) increased out-of-state transmission (delivery) charges.

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1. What dates will the Village be picking up brush and yard waste?
2. How can I find out about Recreation Department info?
3. How do I reserve a park shelter?
4. When do Recreation Department activity guides go out?
5. The court has ordered me to pay a forfeiture. I have not been able to make the payment as ordered. What do I do?
6. What are the curfew times and who do they apply to?
7. It is after routine work hours. I need to speak to an officer directly and not a dispatcher. What do I do?
8. What is the Cost Adjustment printed on my bill?
9. How often does the Water Utility test my meter?
10. How often does the Electric Utility test my meter?
11. We purchased a new water softener and need to know the hardness of the water.
12. How do I recycle in the Village of Mount Horeb?