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93-1799-TP-COI

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Case Title: ALLOCATION OF THREE-DIGIT CODES
Status: CL-CLOSED
Industry Code: TP-TELEPHONE
Purpose Code: COI-Commission inquiry
Date Opened: 10/28/1993
Date Closed: 9/4/1997
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09/09/2009Service Notice.17
09/09/2009Entry ordering that the reporting requirement established for the Ohio Council of Information and Referral Providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative in Finding (26) of the June 21, 2001, finding and order in this docket shall be relaxed pursuant to and in the manner described in Finding (4) of this entry; that in accordance with the above findings, this case be closed of record. 3
08/18/2009Six month report of Ohio Council of Information and Referral Providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative filed by B. Wolf.13
11/26/2007Six month report of Ohio Council of Information and Referral Providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative filed by R. Stahl.11
04/10/2007Six-month report of Ohio Council of Information and Referral Providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative filed by R. Stahl.10
08/01/2006Six month report of Ohio Council of information and referral providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative filed by R. Stahi.11
03/15/2006Six-month report of Ohio Council of information and referral providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative filed by R. Stahl.11
08/01/2005Six-month report of the Ohio Council of Information and Referral Providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative filed by S. Hanson11
06/01/2005Entry ordered, that in accordance with the above findings, ODOT's Request for Designation submitted in 93-1799 is dismissed, that SBC Ohio's 511 tariff application submitted in 04-601 is approved.8
06/01/2005Service Notice19
01/26/2005Six-Month report of Ohio Council of Information and Referral Providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative filed by S. Hanson.9
08/31/2004Six-month report of Ohio Council of Information and Referral Providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative filed by S. Hanson.10
07/16/2004Reply Comments filed on behalf of SBC Ohio by J. Kelly.6
07/09/2004Entry ordering that SBC is granted an extension of time, July 16, 2004, for filing reply comments in these dockets and that their tariff application is suspended for a second time, for an indefinite time period, which shall commence from the date of this entry.3
07/09/2004Service Notice19
07/08/2004Comments of AT&T Wireless PCS, LLC, filed by S. Bloomfield.3
07/08/2004Request for an extension of time, to 7/16/04, to file reply comments filed by J. Kelly on behalf of SBC Ohio.4
07/08/2004Comments of Verizon North Inc. filed by T. Lodge6
06/23/2004Comments filed on behalf of Kentucky Transportation Cabinet by M. Bailey.10
06/21/2004Request for designation of the Ohio Dept. of Transportation, filed by G. Proctor.11
05/20/2004Service Notice19
05/19/2004Entry ordering that, in accordance with the above findings ODOT shall have until June 21, 2004, to supplement the record in the 93-1799 docket with respect to its pending Request for Designation, that in accordance with the above findings, any person or entity who wishes to submit to the Commission new or additional comments which would either respond to supplemental comments, if any, by ODOT, or otherwise would pertain to the manner in which this Commission should now proceed in terms of seeing the 511 service code properly deployed in Ohio, shall file such comments by July 8, 2004. that the tariff application filed by SBC Ohio in the 04-601 docket is hereby suspended for a period of at least 60 days.7
02/13/2004Six month report of Ohio Council of Information and Referral Providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative, filed by S. Hanson-President.10
07/02/2003Six-month report filed on behalf Ohio Council of Information and Referral Providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative, by S. Hanson.11
12/05/2002Six-month Report of Ohio Council of information & referral providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative filed by S. Hanson.10
11/21/2002Entry denying the joint CLEC's application for rehearing; that AWS's application for rehearing is granted for the limited purpose of holding in abeyance, pending the outcome of the FCC's decision on the petition for reconsideration filed on March 12, 2001, by Verizon Wireless, the applicability to CMRS providers in Ohio of the June 21, 2001 Finding & Order in this matter; that AWS's motion to reopen is denied and that, in all other respects, except as noted in this entry on rehearing, the June 21, 2001 Finding & Order shall remain in full force and effect.26
07/31/2002Letter of a withdrawal of request for waiver on behalf of Columbus Grove Telephone Company filed by C. Flahive.4
07/31/2002Letter of withdrawal of request for waiver on behalf of Orwell Telephone Company filed by C. Flahive.4
07/15/2002Request for waiver filed by C. Flahive on behalf of the Orwell Telephone Company.6
07/15/2002Request for waiver filed by C. Flahive on behalf of the Columbus Grove Telephone Company,6
05/31/2002Letter stating that The Ohio State Highway Patrol is not opposing ODOT's request; however, they are requesting any 5-1-1 implementation be required to include the Ohio State Highway Patrol among the 5-1-1 answering points, filed by Colonel K. Morckel.1
01/09/2002Six-month status report filed on behalf of The Ohio Council of Information and Referral Providers and the 911 Ohio Collaborative by B. Royer.3
12/21/2001Six-month report filed on behalf of Ohio Council of Information & Referral providers and The 211 Ohio Collaborative by A. Rohling.7
10/10/2001Motion to reopen and memorandum in support filed on behalf of AT&T Wireless PCS by T. O'Brien.6
08/21/2001Entry ordering that the applications for rehearing filed on July 23, 2001, are granted for the limited purpose of allowing the Commission additional time to consider the issues raised on rehearing. (AE)21
08/02/2001Memorandum in opposition to the rehearing request submitted by Time Warner Telecom of Ohio, Allegiance Telecom of Ohio, and KMC Telecom, filed on behalf of Verizon North by T. Lodge.5
08/02/2001Memorandum contra application for rehearing of AT&T Wireless PCS, LLC, filed on behalf of Ohio Council of Information & Referral Providers and The 211 Ohio Collaborative by B. Royer.5
08/02/2001Memorandum contra filed on behalf of Ameritech Ohio by J. Kelly.6
08/01/2001Memorandum contra filed on behalf of United Telephone Company of Ohio dba Sprint and Sprint Communications Company, L.P. by J. Stewart.3
07/23/2001Application for rehearing of AT&T Wireless PCS,LLC filed by T. O'Brien.48
07/23/2001Application for rehearing of Time Warner Telecom of Ohio, L.P., Allegiance Telecom of Ohio, Inc. and KMC Telecom, Inc. filed by T. O'Brien and B. Ferris.5
07/19/2001Entry Nunc Pro Tunc ordering that the sixth ordering paragraph of the June 21, 2001 Finding & Order in this docket is hereby revised, nunc pro tunc, in such a manner that the words "telecommunications service providers" as they appear in that ordering paragraph are deleted and replaced by the words "local service providers".2
07/19/2001Service Notice.18
07/17/2001Response letter filed by J. Delahanty on behalf of TelePacific.1
06/22/2001Service Notice.19
06/21/2001Finding & Order that the application filed by OCIRP and 211 Ohio for assignment of the 2-1-1 abbreviated dialing code to information and referral service providers is granted; that the request filed by OCIRP and 211 Ohio for designation as the 2-1-1 implementation coordinator is granted; that the application filed by ODOT for an extension of its pilot use of the 2-1-1 abbreviated dialing code is granted to the extent necessary to provide for conversion to the 5-1-1 abbreviated dialing code as provided in Finding 25; that jurisdictional local exchange telephone companies file proposed 2-1-1 tariffs and initiate 2-1-1 service to approved call centers; that all telecommunications service providers under our jurisdiction shall implement 7-1-1 access to TRS on an intrastate basis in Ohio, by October 1, 2001.19
05/31/2001Reply comments filed on behalf of Ameritech Ohio by J. Kelly.6
05/24/2001Correspondence letter supporting the application, filed by Representative Tony P. Hall.1
05/21/2001Comments of AT&T Wireless Services, Inc. filed by J. Kelroy8
05/21/2001AT&T's Initial comments in response to 4/30/01 entry filed by J. Kelroy.4
05/21/2001Comments of Verizon North, Inc. filed by T. Lodge.4
05/21/2001Letter in response to the Commission inquiry about 771 service plans filed by K. Hobbs on behalf of Alltel Ohio, Inc. and The Western Reserve Telephone Company1
05/21/2001Comments of Cincinnati Bell Telephone Company filed by M. Romito.4
05/21/2001Initial comments of Ameritech Ohio filed by J. Kelly.6
05/21/2001Comments of CenturyTel of Ohio, Inc. filed by V. Norris.3
05/18/2001Comments filed on behalf of United Telephone Company of Ohio dba Sprint by J. Stewart; and Sprint Spectrum L.P. dba Sprint PCS by S. Freiermuth.27
05/18/2001Comments of CenturyTel of Ohio, Inc. Respectfully submitted by V. Norris. (FAX)3
05/18/2001Comments of CenturyTel of Ohio, Inc. Respectfully submitted by, V. Norris.3
04/30/2001Entry ordering that interested persons are authorized to file comments and/or reply comments regarding ODOT's request for designation by May 21, 2001, and May 31, 2001; that all telecommunication carriers under the Commission's jurisdiction and other interested persons are invited to file comments and/or reply comments regarding implementation of the 711 abbreviated dialing code in Ohio by May 21, 2001, and May 31, 2001. (AE)4
04/10/2001Comments on the Ohio Department of Transportation request for designation, filed on behalf of Ameritech Ohio by J. Kelly.9
03/23/2001Request for designation filed on behalf of The Ohio Department of Transportation by G. Proctor.11
03/20/2001Correspondence letter urging the PUCO to grant the Ohio Council of Information and Referral Providers (CCIRP) and the 211 Ohio Collaborative authority to coordinate 211 implementation activities, filed by Representative Larry Wolpert.3
03/19/2001Letter agreeing with the 211 Ohio Collaborative filed by P. Pauley on behalf of the Scioto Paint Valley Mental Health Center.1
03/14/2001Correspondence letter in support of the implementation of 211, filed by State Senator Rhine McLin.1
03/09/2001Transcript filed for hearing held 2/23/01, (DF), 89 pgs. (PUCO-Columbus, OH)146
02/13/2001Entry ordering that the Commission will hold a 2-1-1 implementation workshop on 2/23/2001, at 10:30 a.m. in, hearing room D, of the Commission's offices at 180 E. Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215. (AE)5
09/25/2000Reply to Ameritech Ohio's memorandum contra the request for designation of The Ohio Council of Information & Referral Providers and The 211 Ohio Collaborative, filed on behalf of The Ohio Council of Information & Referral Providers and The 211 Ohio Collaborative by J. Sanders. (10 pgs.)10
09/25/2000Reply to Ameritech Ohio's memorandum contra the request for designation of the Ohio Council of information & referral providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative, filed by J. Sanders.10
09/18/2000Entry ordering that the joint applicants be granted an extension of time, until September 25, 2000, for filing their reply to Ameritech's September 8, 2000 memorandum contra in this case. (AE) (1 pg.)1
09/15/2000Request for an extension of time, until September 25, 2000, to file a reply responding to Ameritech Ohio's memorandum contra, filed on behalf of the Ohio Council of Information & Referral Providers and the Ohio 211 Collaborative by J. Sanders. (1 pg.)1
09/09/2000Memorandum contra of Ameritech Ohio filed by J. Kelly23
09/08/2000Memorandum contra filed by J. Kelly on behalf of Ameritech Ohio. (23 pgs)23
08/21/2000Request for designation of The Ohio Council of Information & Referral Providers and The 211 Ohio Collaborative filed by J. Sanders. (46 pgs.)46
07/28/2000Suplemental reply comments filed on behalf of The Ohio Council of Information & Referral Providers and The 211 Ohio Collaborative by J. Sanders. (8 pgs.)8
05/09/2000Response to comments filed by ODOT, filed by J. Sanders. (2 pgs.)2
05/01/2000Reply comments filed by J. Codell on behalf of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. (6 pgs)6
05/01/2000Letter in support of 211 petition filed by P. Schalmo of Action for Children. (3 pgs)3
04/28/2000Reply comments of the Ohio Telecommunications Industry Association filed by T. Lodge.5
04/28/2000Reply comments of AT&T Communications of Ohio, Inc. and AT&T Wireless PCS, LLC filed by B. Kahn.6
04/28/2000Reply comments of the Ohio Council of information & Referral Providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative. Respectfully submitted by, J. Sanders (13 pgs)13
04/28/2000Ameritech Ohio's Reply comments. Filed by J. Kelly (21 pgs)21
04/27/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's preliminary findings implementing a two-year pilot using the "2-1-1" access number for non-emergency community service referrals, filed by J. Borza on behalf of the Portage-Geauga One-Stop, Inc.2
04/27/2000Reply comments of United Telephone Company of Ohio dba Sprint, Sprint Communications Company L.P. and Sprint Spectrum L.P. dba Sprint PCS, filed by J. Stewart, United Telephone Company dba Sprint, J. Pfaff, Sprint Spectrum L.P. dba Sprint PCS, and L. Lauridsen, Sprint.4
04/26/2000Corrected comments filed on behalf of Commonwealth of Kentucky, Transportation Cabinet, by J. Codell, III. (4 pgs.)4
04/26/2000Correspondence letters regarding the application, filed on behalf of several consumers. (3 pgs.)3
04/24/2000Certificate of service filed on behalf of GTE North by J. Miggans.5
04/19/2000Correspondence letter regarding the application, filed by S. Hetrick, Ph.D. (1 pg.)1
04/19/2000Correspondence letter regarding the application, filed by D. Szostak. (1 pg.)1
04/19/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's preliminary findings implementing a two-year pilot using the "2-1-1" access number for non-emergency community service referrals, filed by S. Hetrick on behalf of Mental Health & Recovery Board of Portage County.1
04/19/2000Certificate of service filed by R. Donahue on behalf of Sprint.4
04/18/2000Entry ordering that all those who have filed initial comments in this docket should immediately serve copies of their initial comments upon all those persons identi- fied in the attached service list; that anyone who later submits reply comments should also serve copies of their replies upon all those identified in the attached service list. (AE) (2 pgs.)5
04/18/2000Several correspondence letters regarding the petition filed asking the PUCO to designate "211" as the three-digit access number for non-emergency community service referrals throughout Ohio, filed by various consumers.24
04/17/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's preliminary findings implementing a two-year pilot using the "2-1-1" access number for non-emergency community service referrals, filed by B. Gragson on behalf of United Way of Portage County.1
04/17/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's preliminary findings implementing a two-year pilot using the "2-1-1" access number for non-emergency community service referrals, filed by C. Anderson on behalf of the Portage Metropolitan Housing Authority.1
04/17/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's preliminary findings implementing a two-year pilot using the "2-1-1" access number for non-emergency community service referrals, filed by S. Livengood on behalf of the Portage Private Industry Council, Inc.1
04/17/2000Comments filed on behalf of United Telephone Company of Ohio dba Sprint by J. Stewart; Sprint Spectrum L.P. dba Sprint PCS by J. Pfaff; and Sprint by L. Lauridsen. (4 pgs.) (FILED 4/14/00)4
04/14/2000Initial comments of the Ohio Council of Information & Referral Providers and The 211 Ohio Collaborative filed by J. Sanders.5
04/14/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's preliminary findings implementing a two-year pilot using the "2-1-1" access number for non-emergency community service referrals, filed by J. Bird on behalf of Ohio United Way.1
04/14/2000Reservation of Rights filed on behalf of The Ohio Telecommunications Industry Association by T. Lodge.2
04/14/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's preliminary findings implementing a two-year pilot using the "2-1-1" access number for non-emergency community service referrals, filed by J. Hill on behalf of Contact Community Connection.1
04/14/2000Comments of United Telephone Company of Ohio dba Sprint, Sprint Communications Company L.P. and Sprint Spectrum L.P. dba Sprint PCS, filed by J. Stewart, United Telephone Company dba Sprint, J. Pfaff, Sprint Spectrum L.P. dba Sprint PCS, and L. Lauridsen, Sprint.4
04/14/2000Initial comments of Ameritech Ohio filed by J. Kelly.16
04/14/2000Initial comments of Cincinnati Bell Telephone Company filed by R. Wentz.10
04/14/2000Initial comments filed on behalf of GTE North by J. Miggans. (7 pgs.)7
04/14/2000Correspondence letters regarding the application, filed by various consumers. (3 pgs.)3
04/11/2000Comments filed on behalf of Commonwealth of Kentucky, Transportation Cabinet by J. Codell, II. (4 pgs.)4
04/10/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's decision to designate "211" as the three-digit access number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by D. Sveda on behalf of the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the petition filed asking the PUCO to designate "211" as the three-digit access code number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by M. Rardon on behalf of the Mental Health Association of Licking County.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's decision to designate "211" as the three-digit access number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by T. Davis on behalf of Summit County, Ohio.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the petition filed asking the PUCO to designate "211" as the three-digit access code number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by C. Lindberg.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the petition filed asking the PUCO to designate "211" as the three-digit access code number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by J. Peterson.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the petition filed asking the PUCO to designate "211" as the three-digit access code number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by K. Alexander on behalf of First Call for Help, Inc.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the petition filed asking the PUCO to designate "211" as the three-digit access code number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by K. Amlin on behalf of the United Way of Knox County.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the petition filed asking the PUCO to designate "211" as the three-digit access code number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by J. Smith on behalf of Networks of Southeastern Ohio.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's decision to designate "211" as the three-digit access number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by B. McDaniels on behalf of the Ohio Heartland Prevention Network.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the petition filed asking the PUCO to designate "211" as the three-digit access code number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by J. Wales.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's decision to designate "211" as the three-digit access number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by B. Korhnak on behalf of the Child Care Resource Center.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the petition filed asking the PUCO to designate "211" as the three-digit access code number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by R. Payne on behalf of Licking County Department of Human Services.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the petition filed asking the PUCO to designate "211" as the three-digit access number for non-emergency community service referrals throughout Ohio filed by A. Myers on behalf of the Delaware County Sheriff's Office.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the petition filed asking the PUCO to designate "211" as the three-digit access number for non-emergency community service referrals throughout Ohio filed by C. Zimmerman on behalf of the Williams County One-Stop Employment & Training Center.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's decision to designate "211" as the three-digit access number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by L. Emore on behalf of Child Care Connection.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the petition asking the PUCO to designate "211" as the three-digit access number for non-emergency community service referrals throughout Ohio filed by S. Herman on behalf of the Defiance County Family & Children First Council.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's decision to designate "211" as the three-digit access number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by G. Cook on behalf of the Area Agency on Aging.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's decision to designate "211" as the three-digit access number for non-emergency community services referrals throughout Ohio filed by T. Sawyer.1
04/10/2000Letter supporting the PUCO's preliminary findings implementing a two-year pilot using the "2-1-1" access number for non-emergency community service referrals, filed by R.J. Spitler on behalf of the Montgomery County Sheriff.1
03/23/2000Entry ordering that interested persons are authorized to file initial comments by April 14, 2000, and reply comments by April 28, 2000.7
12/03/1999Application of the Ohio Council of Information & Referral Providers and the 211 Ohio Collaborative for assignment of abbreviated dialing arrangement filed be J. Sanders.15
11/22/1999Exhibits for the application for a one-year extension of the 2-1-1 pilot project by the Ohio Department of Transportation filed by G. Proctor.68
09/02/1999Entry ordering that the length of the 2-1-1 pilot project established by the Commission's September 4, 1997 Opinion & Order in this case is hereby extended, on an interim basis in accordance with the findings in this entry, until December 4, 1999; that, in the event that ODOT formally applies, by December 4, 1999, for a one-hear reassignment of the 2-1-1 code, for the same purpose as is covered by its existing pilot use of the 2-1-1 service code, the existing 2-1-1 pilot project will be allowed to continue, unless the Commission orders otherwise, until such time as the Commis- sion rules on such application by ODOT; however, in the event that ODOT fails to make such a timely application for reassignment, the existing 2-1-1 pilot project will expire on December 4, 1999. (2 pgs.)2
08/27/1999Request for assignment of the 2-1-1 service code beyond the September 4, 1999 termination date of the pilot project, filed on behalf of the Ohio Department of Transportation by G. Proctor. (2 pgs.)2
02/26/1998Executed contract related to the implementation of 211 as the abbrevited dialing code to be used by the ARTIMUS traffic system in both Cincinnati Bell's Northern Kentucky and Ohio territories, filed on behalf of Cincinnati Bell by E. Baldrate. (12 pgs.)12
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
06/09/1997Memorandum in support of memorandum of The Cincinnati Bell Telephone Company, filed on behalf of The Ohio Telecommuni- cations Industry Association by T. Lodge. (3 pgs.)3
05/05/1997Memorandum of Cincinnati Bell Telephone Company in response to the request by The Ohio Department of Transportation for implementation of 311 dialing filed by D. Olson. (54 pgs.)54
04/04/1997Copy of the most recent ruling from the Kentucky Public Service Commission relating to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's similar request for the use of a three-digit phone number, filed by J. Wray.7
10/03/1995Response filed on behalf of The Ohio Newspaper Association; Dayton Newspapers, Inc.; Springfield Newspapers, Inc.; The Plain Dealer Publishing Co.; and The Delaware Gazette, filed by P. Canfield and S. Taft. (11 pgs.)11
07/11/1995Reply to supplemental comments filed on behalf of Ameritech Ohio by M. Mulcahy. (10 pgs.)10
05/22/1995Letter requesting that GTE provide them with N11 service, filed on behalf of The Delaware Gazette Co. by W. Thomson. (4 pgs.)0
05/05/1995Supplemental commments of Dayton Newspapers, Inc.; Spring- field Newspapers, Inc.; and The Plain Dealer Publishing Co. filed by S. Taft. (82 pgs.)0
10/06/1994Entry ordering that any local exchange company electing to undertake a non-N-1-1 abbreviated dialing code experiment file its proposal for specific Commission approval in this docket prior to impelmentation. (4 pgs.)0
08/11/1994Notice of withdrawal of counsel and designation of new trial attorney, filed on behalf of OCC by Y. Ranft. (2)0
04/04/1994Attachment to Exhibit 2 to reply comments filed on behalf of Dayton Newspapers, Inc.; Springfield Newspapers, Inc.; and The Plain Dealer Publishing Co. by S. Taft.0
03/25/1994Reply comments filed on behalf OCC by D. Bergmann.0
03/25/1994Reply comments filed on behalf of The Ohio Newspaper Association by F. Deaner.0
03/25/1994Reply comments filed on behalf of Dayton Newspapers, Inc., Springfield Newspapers, Inc., and The Plain Dealer Pub- lishing Co. by S. Taft.0
03/25/1994Reply comments filed on behalf of Asset Protection by D. Hockman.0
03/25/1994Reply commments filed on behalf of Time Warner Communica- tions by R. Rosenberry.0
03/25/1994Reply comments filed on behalf of The Ohio Telephone Association by J. Prohaska.0
03/25/1994Reply comments filed on behalf of AT&T Communications of Ohio by R. Charleston.0
03/25/1994Reply comments filed on behalf of United Telephone Company of Ohio by S. Williams.0
03/25/1994Reply comments filed on behalf of Ameritech Ohio by M. Karson.0
03/24/1994Comments and information filed on behalf of Napper/White by R. Napper.0
03/15/1994Comments filed on behalf of InfoDial, a division of Market- Link, Inc. by R. Bell.0
03/11/1994Entry ordering that reply comments are due on or before March 25, 1994. (AE)0
03/10/1994Motion for extension of time and memorandum in support filed on behalf of Ohio Telephone Association by J. Pro- haska.0
03/10/1994Addendum to comments filed on behalf of Ohio Telephone Association by J. Prohaska.0
03/10/1994Certificate of service filed on behalf of United Telephone Co. by S. Williams.0
03/08/1994Certificate of service filed on behalf of Ohio Telephone Association by J. Prohaska.0
03/08/1994Certificate of service of initial comments filed on behalf of Ameritech Ohio by by M. Karson.0
03/07/1994Supplemental certificate of service filed on behalf of Dayton Newspapers, Inc., Springfield Newspapers, Inc., and the Plain Dealer Publishing Co. by S. Taft.0
03/04/1994Comments filed on behalf of AT&T Communications of Ohio by J. Troup.0
03/02/1994Entry ordering that each person filing comments in this case file a copy of those comments as well as any reply comments on the persons listed in the attached appendix. (AE)0
03/01/1994Comments filed on behalf of MCI Telecommunications Corp. by D. Trabaris.0
02/28/1994Comments filed on behalf of The Ohio Telephone Association by J. Prohaska.0
02/28/1994Initial comments filed on behalf of United Telephone Company of Ohio by S. Williams.0
02/28/1994Comments filed on behalf of Sprint by M. Hull.0
02/28/1994Initial comments filed on behalf of Asset Protection by D. Hockman.0
02/28/1994Initial comments filed on behalf of GTE North by J. Stewart.0
02/28/1994Initial comments filed on behalf of Ameritech Ohio by M. Karson.0
02/28/1994Comments filed on behalf of the OCC by Y. Ranft.0
02/28/1994Comments filed on behalf of AT&T Communications of Ohio, Inc. by R. Charleston.0
02/28/1994Comments filed on behalf of Dayton Newspapers, Inc., Springfield Newspapers, Inc., and The Plain Dealer Publishing Co. by S. Taft, P. Canfield, and W. Hart- enberger.0
02/28/1994Comments filed on behalf of The Ohio Newspaper Association by F. Deaner.0
01/26/1994Entry ordering that all interested entities are invited to file, in this docket, comments and responses, as well as replies to the comments and response, with the commission by February 28, 1994, and March 15, 1994, respectively and that in accordance with finding (3), the local exchange companies submit the summary and decisions to the commission by February 28, 1994.0
11/16/1993Proof of Publication filed. (Clark County)0
11/15/1993Motion to intervene filed on behalf of Knight-Ridder by M. Daugherty.0
10/28/1993In the matter of the Commission investigation into the allocation of three-digit N11 dialing codes and other abbreviated dialing arrangements.0