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Universal Service for High Cost Areas - Connect America Fund 2002 Headlines

12/27/02
Average Schedule Support Order. Approves NECA's modified local switching support formula; with respect to Part 36 high-cost support, adopts NECA's cost per loop formula; and denies NECA's request for supplemental payments for certain average schedule companies.
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12/18/02
Public Service Telephone Company. Denies request for confidential treatment of loop cost data provided by NECA pursuant to sections 36.611 and 36.613 of the Commission's rules.
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12/13/02
Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control Request for Waiver Granted the petition of the Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control for a waiver of the calendar year 2002 state certification requirements for high-cost universal service support in areas served by rural carriers.
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12/6/02
Blackduck Telephone Company and Arvig Telephone Company. Granted a request for a waiver of the definition of "study area" contained in the Part 36 Appendix-Glossary of the Commission's rules.
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12/14/02
RFB Cellular, Inc. Granted the Request from RFB for waiver of certification filing deadline and waiver of quarterly filing deadlines for line count data set forth in sections 54.314(d)(1) and 54.307(c) of the Commission's rules.
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10/16/02
The Federal-State Joint Board on Universal Service issues recommendations of the Federal-State Joint Board on Universal Service on issues from the Ninth Report and Order that was remanded to the Commission.
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9/13/02
Dickey Rural Telephone Cooperative, Dickey Rural Access, Inc., Polar Telecommunications, Inc., Red River Rural Telephone Association, Red River Telecom, Inc. and Citizens Telecommunications Company of North Dakota WCB granted the petition for waiver of the study area boundary freeze as codified in Part 36, Appendix-Glossary of the Commission's rules filed by Dickey Rural Telephone Cooperative, et al.
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6/13/02
Multi-Association Group (MAG) Plan for Regulation fo Interstate Services of Non-Price Cap Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers & Interexchange Carriers; Federal-State Joint Board on Universal Service. The Commission waived on its own motion, the requirement that carriers file annual certifications on 6/30/02, in order to receive interstate Common Line Support.
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6/13/02
Federal-State Joint Board on Universal Service MAG Plan for Regulation of Interstate Services of Non-Price Cap Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers & Interexchange Carriers RE: Commission denied the petitions for reconsideration. Granted the petition for reconsideration filed by National Telephone Carriers Association on 7/5/01. Amended Part 36 of the Commission's rules.
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5/6/02
Access Charge Reform, Price Cap Performance Review for Local Exchange Carriers, Low Volume Income Long Distance Users RE: Granted in part request by the National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates for limited modifications of Interim Protective Order to permit limited access to certain carrier-filed line count information.
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3/22/02
First Order on Reconsideration in CC DKT No. 00-256, Twenty-Fourth Order on Reconsideration in CC DKT No. 96-45 RE: Multi-Association Group (MAG) Plan for Regulation of Non-Price Cap Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers. Federal-State Joint board on Universal Service. Modifying the Commission's procedures with respect to the initial filing by rate-of-return carriers of data necessary for the Universal Service Administrative Company to calculate Interstate Common Line Support.
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1/25/02
Common Carrier Bureau released an Erraturm that corrects a phrase in Appendix A in order to make it consistent with the text of the November 8, 2001, MAG Order.

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