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PSC to Participate in Husker Harvest Days

PSC to Participate in Husker Harvest Days



Lincoln, SEPTEMBER 8, 2022 – The Nebraska Public Service
Commission (PSC) will be on hand at Husker Harvest Days
(September 13-15) in Grand island, providing  information on the
services it delivers and the regulatory authority it has within the state.

Husker Harvest days gives us the opportunity to talk directly with the
citizens we serve and the businesses we regulate,” said Commission
Chair Dan Watermeier. “With harvest season underway it’s an
important time to make sure everyone involved in the selling, or
storage of grain understands Nebraska law.”

Under the Grain Dealer Act if a producer/seller wants to ensure their
transactions with a grain dealer are covered by the grain dealer’s
security posted with the PSC, they must demand payment within
15 days of completion of their contract with the dealer. Producers/
sellers who choose not to demand payment within 15 days after
completion of their contract will be unsecured creditors of that
dealer and forfeit any protection from the grain dealer’s security.

Grain Warehouse operators are also reminded by the PSC of the
Emergency Storage Policy. In order to store grain on the ground, an
Emergency Storage application must be filed with, and approved by
the PSC. The Emergency Storage Application can be found on the
Grain Department page of the PSC website.

You can visit the PSC booth at Husker Harvest Days in the
Diversified Industry Building Exhibition area beginning at 8:00 a.m.,
each of the three-days.

Commissioner Watermeier said, “We invite anyone with questions or
an interest in the Public Service Commission to stop by and see us at
Husker Harvest Days.” ###

Deb Collins- Media & Communications Mgr.
(402) 471-0226

Husker Harvest Days

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