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This option may be called out ahead of time or initiated by 5's pass back to 1.
LANCASTER - Voters can cast ballots ahead of time for the Nov.
With the Full Network Model revealing the congestion a day ahead of time, the Integrated Forward Market facilitating the most efficient way to manage that congestion, and Locational Marginal Pricing showing the cost of the energy and all the "shipping and handling" costs, energy buyers and sellers can make well-informed decisions about how to keep the lights on at the least cost for consumers.
Book-fair vouchers can be picked up ahead of time at the Palmdale Main Library and the Palmdale Youth Library.
The city asked us ahead of time if we could be ready to go if the vote was positive,'' Edison spokeswoman Alis Clausen said.
There is no doubt that Itron sets the bar for AMR technology--with their proven solutions, attractive price and ability to anticipate and meet utility industry needs well ahead of time.
3, Los Angeles County will set up 12 polling places where voters can cast ballots ahead of time.
The Resource Adequacy rules issued by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) require load-serving entities to contract for most of their power needs a year in advance, and to have 115 percent lined up a month ahead of time.
Tokens are also available at the chamber for individuals, businesses or groups that would like to purchase them ahead of time.
I had my local Phoenix employees check out the location ahead of time and report back to me on the condition of the office and shop.
We've been telling people to get here an hour-and-a-half ahead of time because it's sold so well.