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Specifically, the licensee requests rehearing of a provision in the February order regarding an access area for canoes and car-top boats at the south end of Arrowhead Mountain Reservoir. The February order modified the licensee's recreation plan. Ordering paragraph (C) of the February order provided that:
The licensee's rehearing request is deficient because it fails to include a Statement of Issues section separate from its arguments, as required by Rule 713 of the Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure.
We note that, even if the pleading had included the required statement of facts, we would nevertheless deny rehearing. Central Vermont concedes that "the provision of public access for canoes and car-top boats at the south end of [Arrowhead Mountain Reservoir] is desired," and that "no detailed analysis of alternative south end access for canoes and car-top boats has been performed." It shows no deficiency in the February order, but merely speculates that some other form of access might be preferable. Accordingly, we find the request for rehearing to be without merit.