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Case Record For:

93-1171-TP-CSS

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Case Title: DAYTON NEWSPAPERS/OHIO BELL
Status: AR-Archived
Industry Code: TP-TELEPHONE
Purpose Code: CSS-Complaint on service or safety
Date Opened: 7/14/1993
Date Closed: 9/4/1997
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09/04/1997Opinion & Order that, in accordance with these findings, ODOT's April 4, 1997 request is granted on a limited basis, such that, for a two year period commencing the date of the journalization of this entry, Cincinnati Bell shall make the 2-1-2 service code available to ODOT for use in providing, on a noncommercial basis by means of its ARTIMIS project, travel and traffic management information services throughout those portions of the greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Metropolitan Area which are located within Ohio; that this case be dismissed and closed of record.16
09/04/1997Opinion & Order that, in accordance with these findings, ODOT's April 4, 1997 request is granted on a limited basis, such that, for a two-year period commencing on the date of the journalization of this entry, Cincinnati Bell shall make the 2-1-1 service code available to ODOT for use in providing, on a noncommercial basis by means of its ARTIMIS project, travel and traffic management information services throughout those portions of the greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Metropolitan Area which are located within Ohio; that this case be dismissed and closed of record. (16 pgs.)16
11/16/1993Proof of Publication filed. (Clark County)0
10/28/1993Entry ordering that Case No. 93-1799-TP-COI is hereby initiated in order for the Commission to investigate the allocation of three-digit dialing codes and other abbreviated dialing arrangements; that Case Nos. 93-99- TP-CSS and 93-1171-TP-CSS be held in abeyance pending the outcome of the Commission's investigation in Case No. 93-1799-TP-COI.0
10/18/1993Answer filed on behalf of respondent, Ohio Bell, by M. Karson.0
09/28/1993Entry ordering that Ohio Bell's motion to dismiss the complaint is denied, and that Ohio Bell file its answer to the complaint by 10/18/93; that Akron Beacon Journal is granted intervention. (AE)0
08/27/1993Reply to complainants' memorandum contra to Ohio Bell's motion to dismiss the complaint, filed on behalf of respondent, Ohio Bell, by M. Karson.0
08/23/1993Memorandum contra to the motion to intervene of Knight- Ridder, Inc., filed on behalf of Ohio Bell Telephone by M. Karson.0
08/18/1993Memorandum contra of Dayton Newspapers, Inc., Springfield Newspapers, Inc. and The Plain Dealer Publishing Co. to Ohio Bell motion to dismiss, filed by S. Taft.0
08/10/1993Motion to intervene filed on behalf of Knight Ridder, Inc. by M. Daugherty.0
08/05/1993Memorandum in support of motion to dismiss, filed on behalf of respondent, Ohio Bell, by M. Karson.0
08/05/1993Motion to dismiss complaint filed on behalf of respondent, Ohio Bell, by M. Karson.0
07/16/1993Complaint letter and copy of complaint mailed to: Michael J. Karson, Ohio Bell Telephone Co.0
07/14/1993In the matter of the complaint of Dayton Newspapers, Inc., Springfield Newspapers, Inc., and The Plain Dealer Pub- lishing Co. (vs) The Ohio Bell Telephone Company for the alleged failure to provide adequate and necessary telephone service.0
 
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Attorney General:
Henkener,Ann
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