Telecom CEO cited mother's death in plea to avoid fine: Utility regulators stood firm on $1.1 penalty against Micronet; Wyoming company plans to appeal

Of all the curious legal filings with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission since the late 1800s, Frank Santa's might be the first to use the death of a mother as a defense against financial sanctions. And it's likely the first utility filing in the last 100 years to include the death certificate of a Hungarian widow. The president of Casper, Wyo.-based Micronet Inc. stated in a Feb. 3 filing with the IURC that his firm shouldn't have to pay a...

 

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