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Case Record For:

98-1050-TP-PEX

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Case Title: PHILLIP TERSIGNI/AMERITECH/GTE
Status: AR-Archived
Industry Code: TP-TELEPHONE
Purpose Code: PEX-Petition for extended area service
Date Opened: 7/16/1998
Date Closed: 8/12/1999
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Date FiledSummaryPages
05/24/2000Revised tariff, PUCO No. 20, filed on behalf of respondent, Ameritech Ohio, by M. Schaedler.9
05/23/2000Final revised tariff, PUCO No. 6, Section C, 19th sheet 16, 17th sheet 25; Section F, 2nd sheet 3.3, filed on behalf of respondent, United Telephone Company of Ohio dba Sprint, by M. Prendergast.4
05/04/2000Revised tariff, PUCO No. 6, filed on behalf of GTE North by J. Kennedy.15
04/11/2000Bill message and news release filed on behalf of United Telephone Company of Ohio dba Sprint by B. Donahue. (4 pgs.)4
01/04/2000Letter stating that May 31, 2000 at 12:01 am has been established as the in-service date for 2-way measured rate EAS between Woodville and the Curtis-Oregon and Perrysburg exchanges; and that an in-service date of May 31, 2000 at 12:01 am has been established with GTE and Ameritech for 2-way Flat rate EAS to the Toledo, Fremont, Elmore, Lindsey, Moline, Genoa, and Gibsonburg exchanges, filed on behalf of respondent, United Tele- phone Company of Ohio dba Sprint, by B. Donahue. (2 pgs.)2
11/12/1999Information response filed on behalf of respondent, Ameri- tech Ohio, by C. Rawlings. (2 pgs.)2
11/09/1999Letter stating that the in-service date for the institution of two-way, flat-rate EAS bewteen Sprint's Woodville ex- change and GTE's Elmore, Genoa, and Gibsonburg exchanges; and the institution of two-way measured-rate EAS between Sprint's Woodville exchange and GTE's Curtice-Oregon ex- change will be May 31, 2000 at 12:01 a.m., filed by J. Ken- nedy. (1 pg.) (FILED 11/3/99 INCORRECTLY IN CASE NO. 97- 1050-RR-CSS)1
10/28/1999Supplemental Finding & Order that the ballots filed on October 12, 1999 be accepted; that two-way, flat-rate EAS be instituted between the Woodville exchange and the Toledo, Fremont, Elmore, Genoa, Gibsonburg, Lindsey, and Moline exchanges, on or before May 31, 2000, and that Sprint, GTE, and Ameritech make every effort to provide the service as soon as practicable; that Sprint, GTE, and Ameritech advise the Commission and the spokesperson for the complainants not later than 30 days prior to the in- service date in theevent the date cannot be met; that Sprint, GTE, and Ameritech shall work with the Commission's PIC to coordinate press releases pertaining to the institu- tion of measured-rate and flat-rate EAS between the Wood- ville exchange and the requested exchanges. (5 pgs.)5
10/14/1999Review of balloting filed on behalf of respondent, United Telephone Company of Ohio dba Sprint, by B. Donahue. (3 pgs.)3
10/13/1999Letter regarding the completed canvas forms, filed on behalf of complainants by P. Tersigni. (1 pg.)1
10/12/1999Several ballots filed on behalf of complainants.0
08/20/1999Entry ordering that the canvass be revised as set forth in Finding 2. (AE) (2 pgs.)2
08/12/1999Opinion & Order that the request for two-way, nonoptional, flat-rate EAS between the Woodville Exchange and the Tole- do, Fremont, Elmore, Genoa, Gibsonburg, Lindsey, and Moline exchanges is granted contingent upon the conducting and filing of a canvass of the Woodville subscribers; that Sprint provide an alphabetical list of all Woodville sub- scribers' names and addresses to the complainants within 15 days of this order; that Sprint shall file by October 15, 1999, an estimate of the time period that it believes it will need in order to institute the EAS; that the complain- ants canvass the Woodville subscribers and report the re- sults by October 8, 1999; that, after the complainants have submitted the ballots collected, Sprint should review the ballots and report the results by October 29, 1999; that the request for two-way, nonoptional flat-rate EAS between the Woodville Wchange, on the one hand, and the Curtis-Oregon, Perrysburg, and Maumee exchanges be denied, but that mea- sured-rate EAS between the Woodville exchage, on the one hand, and the Curtis-Oregon and Perrysburg exchanges, on the other hand, be granted. (29 pgs.)29
06/15/1999Transcript continued. (Part 3 of 3)176
06/15/1999Transcript continued. (Part 2 of 3)175
 
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Attorney General:
Attorney Examiner:
Farkas, Scott