Where the Public Service Commission granted a conditional certificate of convenience and necessity to a corporation that constructs interstate electric transmission lines, the report and order were in excess of the PSC’s authority and must be vacated because the statutes require that county commission consents be on file before such a certificate is granted.
In the Matter of the Application of Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois v. Public Service Commission (MLW No. 70348/Case No. WD79883 – 9 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Pfeiffer, J.) Appealed from the Public Service Commission (Arturo A. Hernandez III, Jefferson City, for appellant) (Jennifer Heintz and Curt Stokes, Jefferson City, and Michael R. Tripp, Columbia, and Eric Dearmont, St. Louis, for respondents).