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(1) If a commissioner has a temporary disability or is disqualified from sitting as a commissioner, the governor may appoint a commissioner pro tempore according to the procedures and requirements of Section 67-1-1.5.
(2) Any person appointed as a commissioner pro tempore shall possess the qualifications required for public service commissioners in Section 54-1-1.5 and have previous utility regulatory experience or other comparable professional experience.
(3) The governor may appoint a retired or resigned public service commissioner as a commissioner pro tempore in order to render findings, orders, or decisions on matters which the retired or resigned commissioner had fully heard before the commissioner's retirement or resignation.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Utah Code Title 54. Public Utilities § 54-1-1.6. Pro tempore commissioner--Appointment--Qualifications - last updated May 05, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ut/title-54-public-utilities/ut-code-sect-54-1-1-6/
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