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98-0357-TP-PEX

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Case Title: RICHARD NUNLIST/AMERITECH/CBT
Status: AR-Archived
Industry Code: TP-TELEPHONE
Purpose Code: PEX-Petition for extended area service
Date Opened: 3/2/1998
Date Closed: 3/21/2002
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06/04/2002Entry ordering that the complainants' application for rehearing, as well as their request for an additional hearing on the cost/revenue impact of EAS in this case, are both denied in their entirety and further ordered that OCC is granted leave to file its a micus memo, submitted in this case on 5/2/02.7
06/04/2002Service notice.4
05/21/2002Entry granting the application for rehearing filed by the complainants for the limited purpose of allowing the Commission additional time to consider the issues raised on rehearing.3
05/21/2002Service Notice.4
05/10/2002Ameritech Ohio's memorandum contra OCC'S motion for leave to file AMICUS Memorandum filed by C. Rawlings.7
05/02/2002Motion to file amicus memorandum in support of application for rehearing, filed on behalf of OCC by D. Bergmann.15
05/02/2002Memorandum contra the complainants' application for rehearing, filed on behalf of respondent, Ameritech Ohio, by J. Kelly.8
04/22/2002Application for rehearing, the subscribers of the Middletown exchange of Ameritech Ohio.19
03/21/2002Supplemental Finding & Order ordering that the request for EAS between the Middletown Exchange and the Cincinnati and Hamilton exchanges is denied due to the Commission's inability, due to federal constraints, to enforce the state remedy found to be warranted, i.e., a grant of two-way, measured-rate EAS between the involved exchanges; that this case be dismissed and closed of record.5
03/21/2002Service notice4
10/10/2001Supplemental information response filed on behalf of respondent, Ameritech Ohio, by C. Rawlings.10
09/25/2001Update of May 9, 2001 motion of numerous subscribers of the Middletown exchange, filed on behalf of complainant by R. Nunlist.4
06/01/2001Reply to Ameritech Ohio's memorandum contra of May 25, filed on behalf of complainants by R. Nunlist.4
05/25/2001Memorandum contra motion of numerous subscribers of the Middletown exchange for the Commission to grant flat rate EAS service between the Middletown exchange and the Hamilton and Cincinnati exchanges, filed on behalf of respondent, Ameritech Ohio, by C. Rawlings.7
05/10/2001Motion of numerous subscribers of the Middletown exchange for the Commission to grant flat rate EAS service between the Middletown exchange and the Hamilton and Cincinnati exchanges filed by R. Nunlist.22
 
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Attorney General:
Attorney Examiner:
Fullin, Daniel