Prior to the adoption of Ord. 18220 on 09/20/2004, Section 27-121.1 read as follows.


    (a) Availability. The special outdoor lighting schedule is available for electrical service to sport field lighting, carnival, circus or holiday decorative lighting or similar temporary or seasonal use.

    (b) Type of service. The type of service shall be single-or three-phase, sixty-hertz, at one of the department's standard service voltages.

    (c) Monthly rate charge. The monthly rate per kilowatt hour shall be as follows, subject to fuel adjustment as provided in section 27-118:


Customer charge....  
$29.53 40.00  
Cost per Kwh....  
8.95 cents per Kwh  


    (d)    Minimum monthly bill. The minimum bill for single- or three-phase service shall be twenty-nine dollars and fifty-three cents ($29.53) forty dollars ($40.00) per month.

    (e) Payment in lieu of taxes and sales tax. In addition to the charge based on monthly rates as computed above, the total monthly charge for service shall include applicable sales taxes and in lieu of gross receipts tax payment equal to 7.5268 percent of the monthly rate charge. Sales taxes shall be applied to the total of the monthly rate charge and be in lieu of gross receipts tax payment.

    (f) Primary service. When the customer owns and maintains all equipment, except metering equipment, necessary to take service at thirteen thousand eight hundred (13,800) volts or higher:

    (1)    A five (5) percent reduction in total rate charges shall be made if service is metered at primary voltage.

    (2)    A three (3) percent reduction in total rate charges shall be made if service is metered at secondary voltage.

(Ord. No. 11975, § 1, 8-15-88)