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1 M T R MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT A Clark Hill PLC Publication June 20, 2014 Volume 30 No. 13 FEATURES Buckeye Telesystem Purchases Data Center in Monroe, Michigan New Facility Will Provide Geographic Redundancy for Data Center Services Note: The following Press Release was issued by Buckeye Telesystem on June 11, For additional information, contact Mike Davis at (419) or at Buckeye Telesystem ( Telesystem ) recently finalized purchase of their second data center, ( DC -2 ) which will serve as a redundant facility for Telesystem s Data Center-1 ( DC-1 ) housed in Toledo, Ohio. DC-2 is over 30 miles to the north of... IN THIS ISSUE:... Continued on Page 2 1 Features Buckeye Telesystem Purchases Data Center in Monroe, Michigan & 2014 Legislation 7 Public Acts of 2013 & Orders Issued by MPSC 10 MPSC Minute Actions 14 Applications & Complaints 15 Opportunities to Comment 15 Notices of Hearings 15 MPSC Hearings Schedule 16 MPSC Meeting Schedule 17 MTR Subscriptions Clark Hill PLC 212 East Grand River Avenue Lansing, Michigan P: F: INDEX OF HIGHLIGHTED CASES Orders The following Orders were issued by the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) on June 6, 2014: U AT&T Michigan and New Edge Network, Inc., d/b/a New Edge Network (ica) U AT&T Michigan and TC3 Telecom, Inc. (ica) U Blue Jay Wireless, LLC (etc) U Sprint Spectrum L.P., and Chatham Telephone Company, Communication Corporation of Michigan, Island Telephone Company, Shiawassee Telephone Company, and Wolverine Telephone Company (ica) The following Orders were issued by the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) on June 19, 2014: U Michigan Pay Telephone Association et al. v Ameritech Michigan and GTE North Incorporation (remand from FCC) U Sprint Spectrum L.P., and CenturyTel of Midwest-Michigan, Inc., CenturyTel of Michigan, Inc., CenturyTel of Northern Michigan, Inc., and CenturyTel of Upper Michigan (ica) U Wide Voice, LLC (license) Continued on page 2... MICHIGAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS REPORT (ISSN ) is published every other week by Clark Hill PLC., 212 East Grand River Avenue, Lansing, Michigan Although considerable care is exercised in reporting critical information (filing and hearing dates, etc.), such information should be confirmed with the original source. This newsletter should not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion on any specific facts or circumstances. The contents are intended for general informational purposes only, and you are urged to consult a lawyer concerning your own situation and any specific legal questions you may have. Editor: Roderick S. Coy Assistant Editor: Haran C. Rashes Contributor: Leland R. Rosier

2 INDEX OF HIGHLIGHTED CASES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Orders continued from page 1 U RCLEC, Inc. (license) U Jupiter Networks, Inc. (license) Minute Actions The following Minute Action was issued by the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) on June 19, 2014: Commission s Own Motion (metro act) The following Minute Action was issued by the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) on June 19, 2014: U Commission s Own Motion (wireless emergency service costs AT&T) U Commission s Own Motion (wireless emergency service costs Frontier) Commission s Own Motion (metro act) Applications & Complaints U Midwest Cable Phone of Michigan, LLC (license) FEATURES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Buckeye Telesystem Purchases Data Center in Monroe, Michigan continued from Page 1... DC-1, in Monroe, Michigan. The 8,150 square foot building sits on five acres and is protected on three sides by earthen mounds. The remaining side of the data center provides a loading bay and facility parking. Built to period-relevant Department of Defense building specifications, DC-2 is designed for resiliency. Improvements to DC-2 are already underway to bring the facility within Telesystem s strict specifications. Those projects include interior enhancements for cooling, electrical service, Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) upgrades, fire suppression, and environmental monitoring services. External reinforcements include construction of an expanded mechanicals courtyard and adding in-line water chillers for rack cooling. The project list for the data center also includes the addition of a $2.5 million fiber transport to connect DC-2 to Telesystem's private network. Telesystem is also in the process of attaining SOC 2 Type 1 Attestation for DC-2. Don Everts, Director of Project Management at Buckeye Telesystem explains that, An attestation award is proof that Telesystem has implemented and consistently follows rigid internal controls governing availability and security operations at DC-2. Once completed, this recognition will add to the SOC 2, Type 2 Attestation and successful completion of a HIPAA Security Standards audit already realized for DC-1. With over 4,000 square feet of room for over 100 full cabinets in a redundant power, hot/cold aisle configuration, DC-2 will offer increased security for Telesystem s Cloud customers. A second data center translates to geographic redundancy between the data centers. Should a natural disaster strike one facility, fail over mechanisms prevent data loss and significant downtime through 2 MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 30, No. 13, June 20, 2014

3 restoration of data and services to the other data center. DC-2 will also be used to host Telesystem cloud services, provide customer colocation space, and internal geographically redundant equipment. John Martin, President of Buckeye Telesystem, states that, With the increasing demand for Managed Services, Telesystem has purposefully crafted a powerful, comprehensive computing solution to address the need of any - sized business. Acquisition of DC-2 expands those capabilities and adds redundancy to ensure that our Managed Services empower customers with reliable computing resources they can trust. About Telesystem With a customer-centric mission, Telesystem is the dominant communications provider for commercial customers primarily in the Northwest/North Central, Ohio and Southeast, Michigan areas. Established in 1994, Telesystem maintains superior customer satisfaction by providing a wide array of integrated communication services and solutions delivered across their highly-advanced fiber SONET and carrier-grade Ethernet core network. Utilizing Session- Initiated Protocol (SIP), offerings such as Hosted Stations (Hosted IP-Centrex), SIP Trunks, highdefinition voice and a growing suite of application solutions are available virtually anywhere in the world through the advancement of the Epiphany product portfolio. Telesystem s managed service offering includes Virtual Servers, Cloud Storage, Cloud Exchange, and Colocation. Telesystem is a subsidiary of privately-owned Block Communications, Inc., whose other holdings include Buckeye CableSystem, a multiple system cable operator in the Toledo/Sandusky, OH area, the Toledo Blade, and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette daily newspapers. For more information please visit < & 2014 LEGISLATION # # # Copies of bills and public acts referred to in this column may be obtained by contacting your state Senator or Representative, on the Michigan Legislature Web site, < or from the Legislative Service Bureau Document Room at (517) Senate Bill # Primary Sponsor SB 033 Schuitmaker SB 0294 Jones Date Introduced Description 01/16/2013 Campaign finance; campaign practices; automated campaign telephone calls; require to identify who paid for call. Amends 1976 PA 388 (MCL ) by adding sec /10/2013 Gaming; lottery; sale of lottery tickets; prohibit sale over internet. Amends sec. 9 of 1972 PA 239 (MCL 432.9). Status (revisions in bold) Referred to Senate Committee on Local Government and Elections. Referred to Senate Committee on Regulatory Reform. MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 20, No. 13, June 20,

4 Senate Bill # Primary Sponsor SB 0493 Jones SB 0539 Nofs 2013 PA 173 SB 0540 Nofs 2013 PA 174 SB 0599 Hansen SB 0636 Nofs 2014 PA 52 SB 0734 Caswell SB 0824 Pappageorge Date Introduced Description 09/17/2013 Communications; broadcasting; local zoning restrictions for amateur radio; require to conform to federal regulations. Amends 2006 PA 110 (MCL ) by adding sec. 205a. 09/24/2013 Torts; governmental immunity; underground facility damage prevention; define as proprietary function. Amends sec. 7 of 1964 PA 170 (MCL ). Tie Bar with SB /24/2013 Public utilities; consumer services; MISS DIG underground facility damage prevention and safety act; create. Creates new act & repeals 1974 PA 53 (MCL ). Tie Bar with SB /03/2013 Crimes; criminal sexual conduct; use of internet or computer system to solicit prostitute less than 21 years of age; prohibit. Amends sec. 145d of 1931 PA 328 (MCL d). 10/22/2013 Communications; telecommunications; general amendments; provide for. Amends secs. 304, 310, 313, 315, 317, 320 & 502 of 1991 PA 179 (MCL et seq.). 01/08/2014 Holidays; other; Utility Workers Safety Awareness Day ; designate as December 6. Creates new act. 02/25/2014 State financing and management; authorities; process for transferring METRO Act authority powers; revise, and provide other general amendments. Amends secs. 2 & 3 of 2002 PA 48 (MCL & ). Tie Bar with SB 822. Status (revisions in bold) Referred to Senate Committee on Energy and Technology. 12/3/2013 Signed by Governor Synder; assigned 2013 PA 173 with immediate effect. 12/3/2013 Signed by Governor Synder; assigned 2013 PA 174 with immediate effect. Referred to Senate Committee on Families, Seniors, and Human Services. 03/27/2014 Signed by Governor Snyder; assigned 2014 PA 52, with immediate effect. Referred to Senate Committee on Government Operations. 04/01/2014 Signed by Governor Snyder; assigned 2014 PA 88, with immediate effect. 4 MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 30, No. 13, June 20, 2014

5 Senate Bill # Primary Sponsor SB 0924 Bieda SB 0925 Jones House Bill # Primary Sponsor HB 4011 Heise HB 4032 Geiss HB 4237 Haines HB 4531 Cotter HB 4671 Poleski 2013 PA 113 Date Introduced Description 05/01/2014 Crimes; other; posting of sexually explicit image of another person on internet with intent to frighten, intimidate, or harass; prohibit, and require removal of sexually explicit images under certain circumstances. Amends 1931 PA 328 (MCL ) by adding sec. 145e. Tie Bar with SB /01/2014 Crimes; penalties; penalties for posting sexually explicit image on internet or failing to remove posted sexually explicit image from internet under certain circumstances; provide for. Amends 1931 PA 328 (MCL ) by adding sec. 145f. Tie Bar with SB Date Introduced Description 01/22/2013 Communications; emergency 9-1-1; recordings from calls; prohibit disclosure under certain circumstances. Amends sec. 13 of 1976 PA 442 (MCL ) 01/22/2013 Education; public school academies; cyber schools; require posting educational materials on website and submission to department. Amends 1976 PA 451 (MCL ) by adding sec. 553b. 02/12/2013 Communications; other; authorized use of Michigan public safety communications system; expand. Amends title & secs. 1, 2 & 3 of 1929 PA 152 (MCL et seq.). 04/11/2013 Gaming; lottery; sale of lottery tickets; prohibit sale over internet. Amends sec. 9 of 1972 PA 239 (MCL 432.9). 05/02/2013 Communications; emergency 9-1-1; distribution of service charge fees for 9-1-1; revise. Amends sec. 408 of 1986 PA 32 (MCL ). Status (revisions in bold) 06/04/2014 Referred to House Committee on Criminal Justice. 06/03/2014 Substitute S-1 passed Senate, 37 Yeas, 0 Nays, 1 Excused. 06/04/2014 Referred to House Committee on Criminal Justice. 06/03/2014 Substitute S-1 passed Senate, 37 Yeas, 0 Nays, 1 Excused. Status (revisions in bold) Committee on Oversight. Committee on Education. Committee on Energy and Technology. Committee on Government Operations. 09/24/2013 Signed by Gov. Synder; assigned 2013 PA 113; with immediate effect. MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 20, No. 13, June 20,

6 House Bill # Primary Sponsor HB 4702 Franz HB 4843 Forlini HB 4853 Walsh HB 4984 Lori HB 5042 McMillin HB 5110 Heise HB 5246 Rogers HB 5260 Shirkey Date Introduced Description 05/07/2013 Communications; telecommunications; public service commission report regarding pole attachment rates; require. Amends sec. 6g of 1939 PA 3 (MCL 460.6g). 06/13/2013 Campaign finance; other; automated campaign telephone calls; require to identify entity making or paying for call. Amends 1976 PA 388 (MCL ) by adding sec /20/2013 Communications; emergency 9-1-1; additional PSAPs or secondary PSAPs within a service district; allow county to designate by resolution. Amend sec. 312 of 1986 PA 32 (MCL ). 09/17/2013 Communications; emergency 9-1-1; procedure to determine which public safety service unit is closest to a request for public safety service; modify. Amends secs. 102 & 204 of 1986 PA 32 (MCL & ). 10/02/2013 Law enforcement; state police; posting of information concerning speed limit engineering and traffic investigation requests on website; require of state police. Amends sec. 628 of 1949 PA 300 (MCL ). 10/29/2013 Law enforcement; investigations; disclosure of call location information by wireless providers to requesting law enforcement agency; require. Creates new act. 01/28/2014 Criminal procedure; warrants; use of electronic video equipment for issuance of warrants; allow for law enforcement officials. Amends sec. 1, ch. IV of 1927 PA 175 (MCL 764.1). 01/29/2014 Public utilities; other; telephone solicitations regarding electric or natural gas service; require certain disclosures. Amends secs. 9 & 10a of 1939 PA 3 (MCL & a). Status (revisions in bold) Committee on Energy and Technology. Committee on Elections and Ethics. Committee on Energy and Technology. Committee on Local Government. Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. 02/26/2014 Reported by House Committee on Criminal Justice with recommendation with substitute H-2; referred to second reading.. 03/20/2014 Reported by House Committee on Judiciary with substitute H- 2; referred to second reading. Committee on Energy and Technology. 6 MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 30, No. 13, June 20, 2014

7 House Bill # Primary Sponsor HB 5431 Hobbs HB 5499 Oakes Date Introduced Description 03/26/2014 Education; curriculum; internet safety instruction; require. Amends 1976 PA 451 (MCL ) by adding sec /30/2014 Communications; telecommunications; changes made by 2014 PA 52; eliminate. Amends secs. 103, 304, 310, 313, 317, 320 & 502 of 1991 PA 179 (MCL et seq.). Status (revisions in bold) Committee on Education. Committee on Energy and Technology. PUBLIC ACTS OF 2013 & 2014 Listed below are Public Acts related to telecommunications that were passed during the current legislative session ( ). Copies of Public Acts may be obtained by contacting your state Senator or Representative, on the Michigan Legislature Website, < or from the Legislative Service Bureau Document Room at (517) Acts passed since the previous edition of the Michigan Telecommunications Report are in bold. Public Act # Effective Date Description Enrolled Bill # and Sponsor 2013 PA /24/2013 Communications; emergency 9-1-1; distribution of service charge fees for HB 4671 Poleski ; revise. Amends sec. 408 of 1986 PA 32 (MCL ) PA /3/2013 Torts; governmental immunity; underground facility damage prevention; define as proprietary function. Amends sec. 7 of 1964 PA 170 (MCL ). SB 0539 Nofs 2013 PA /3/2013 Public utilities; consumer services; MISS DIG underground facility damage prevention and safety act; create. Creates new act & repeals 1974 PA 53 (MCL ) PA 52 03/27/2014 Communications; telecommunications; general amendments; provide for. Amends secs. 304, 310, 313, 315, 317, 320 & 502 of 1991 PA 179 (MCL et seq.). SB 0540 Nofs SB 636 Nofs MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 20, No. 13, June 20,

8 Public Act # Effective Date Description Enrolled Bill # and Sponsor 2014 PA 88 04/01/2014 State financing and management; authorities; process for transferring METRO Act authority powers; revise, and provide other general amendments. Amends secs. 2 & 3 of 2002 PA 48 (MCL & ). Tie Bar with SB 822 (2014 PA 80). SB 824 Pappageorge ORDERS ISSUED BY THE COMMISSION The Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued the following Orders at its regularly scheduled meeting held on Friday, June 6, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. at the Commission s temporary offices located at 4300 West Saginaw, Lansing, Michigan. Case No. U Interconnection Agreement AT&T Michigan and New Edge Network, Inc., d/b/a New Edge Network Application filed May 22, 2014, for approval of the Eleventh Amendment to an Interconnection Agreement (replaces the name New Edge Network, Inc., with Earthlink Business, LLC). Case No. U AT&T Michigan and TC3 Telecom, Inc. Application filed May 20, 2014, for approval of a Second Amendment to an Interconnection Agreement (updates the language regarding notice to the parties). Interconnection Agreement Case No. U Sprint Spectrum L. P., and Chatham Telephone Company, Communication Corporation of Michigan, Island Telephone Company, Shiawassee Telephone Company, and Wolverine Telephone Company Application filed May 12, 2014, for approval of an Interconnection Agreement. Interconnection Agreement On June 6, 2014, the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued an Order approving the above listed Interconnection Agreements and Interconnection Agreement Amendments. Case No. U Blue Jay Wireless, LLC Eligible Telecommunications Carrier On June 6, 2014, the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued an Order approving the November 8, 2013 Application of Blue Jay Wireless, Inc., as amended on November 11, 2013 and April 29, 2014, and designating Blue Jay Wireless, Inc. as an Eligible Telecommunications Carrier in the State of Michigan for purposes of wireless Lifeline Universal Service Fund support. 8 MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 30, No. 13, June 20, 2014

9 The Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued the following Orders at its regularly scheduled meeting held on Thursday, June 19, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. at the Commission s temporary offices located at 4300 West Saginaw, Lansing, Michigan. Case No. U Michigan Pay Telephone Association et al. v Ameritech Michigan and GTE North Incorporated Remand from FCC On June 19, 2014, the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued an Order granting the parties an additional extension of time to complete mediation in an attempt to resolve remaining outstanding issues in the proceeding. On March 6, 2014, the Commission issued an Order directing an Administrative Law Judge ( ALJ ) to mediate all disputed issues related to AT&T Michigan Inc. s ( AT&T ) 2014 Refund Report within 60 days. ALJ Sharon L. Feldman was appointed as mediator. On March 25, 2014, the Michigan Pay Telephone Association ( MPTA ) filed a motion requesting that the date for the ALJ s filing of her recommendation be extended to July 7, The Commission granted such a request on April 15, On June 17, 2014, MPTA filed a second motion, with the concurrence of both AT&T and the Commission Staff, requesting that the date for the ALJ s filing of her recommendation be extended to August 1, In the interests of accomplishing the Commission s objectives in the Order Appointing Mediator, the Commission approved the further extension. Case No. U Interconnection Agreement Sprint Spectrum L.P., and CenturyTel of Midwest-Michigan, Inc., CenturyTel of Michigan, Inc., CenturyTel of Northern Michigan, Inc., and CenturyTel of Upper Michigan (all d/b/a CenturyLink) Application filed May 23, 2014, for approval of the First Amendment to an Interconnection Agreement (adds bill and keep terms and conditions for intra-mta traffic to the Interconnection Agreement). On June 19, 2014, the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued an Order approving the above listed Interconnection Agreement Amendment. Case No. U Wide Voice, LLC License On June 19, 2014, the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued an Order granting the February 3, 2014 Application of Wide Voice, LLC seeking a license to provide basic local exchange service throughout the state of Michigan in the zone and exchange areas in which Frontier North Inc., Frontier Midstates Inc., and AT&T Michigan are the incumbent local exchange carriers, as amended on April 3, This license replaces the temporary license granted to Wide Voice, LLC on May 2, Case No. U RCLEC, Inc. License On June 19, 2014, the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued an Order granting the February 28, 2014 Application of RCLEC, Inc., seeking a license to provide basic local exchange service throughout the state of Michigan in the zone and exchange areas in which AT&T Michigan, Frontier North Inc., Frontier Midstates Inc., CenturyTel of Michigan, Inc., CenturyTel MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 20, No. 13, June 20,

10 Midwest-Michigan, Inc., CenturyTel of Northern Michigan, Inc., and CenturyTel of Upper Michigan, Inc. are the incumbent local exchange carriers, as amended on April 24, This license replaces the temporary license granted to RCLEC, Inc. on May 13, Case No. U Jupiter Networks, Inc. License On June 19, 2014, the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued an Order dismissing the May 5, 2014 Application of Jupiter Networks, Inc. seeking a license to provide basic local exchange service throughout the state of Michigan. On June 9, 2014, Jupiter Networks, Inc. filed a request to withdraw its application. MINUTE ACTIONS The Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued the following Minute Action at its regularly scheduled meeting held on Friday, June 6, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. at the Commission s temporary offices located at 4300 West Saginaw, Lansing, Michigan. Commission s Own Motion METRO Act Section 8(14) of Public Act 48 of 2002 On June 6, 2014, the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued a Minute Action adopting the Commission Staff s recommendations as to the amount of the allowable tax credit for the telecommunications providers listed below, under Section 8(14) of Public Act 48 of 2002, MCL (14), the Metropolitan Extension Telecommunications Rights-of Way Oversight Act. Amount of Metro Act ILEC Provider Billed Amount Date Paid Credit Sec. 8 AT&T Michigan $14,598, /14/2014 $14,598, Ace Telephone Company of Michigan $51, /21/2014 $51, Allband Communications Cooperative $7, /17/2014 $7, Allendale Communications $36, /21/2014 $36, Baraga Telephone Company $44, /21/2014 $44, Barry County Telephone Co. $67, /10/2014 $67, Blanchard Telephone Co. $11, /14/2014 $11, Bloomingdale Telephone Company, Inc. $16, /08/2014 $16, Carr Telephone Company $13, /09/2014 $13, CenturyTel Midwest - Michigan, Inc. $184, /24/2014 $184, CenturyTel of Michigan, Inc. $381, /24/2014 $381, CenturyTel of Northern Michigan, Inc. $22, /24/2014 $22, CenturyTel of Upper Michigan, Inc. $85, /24/2014 $85, Chapin Telephone Company $5, /14/2014 $5, Chippewa County Telephone Company $11, /18/2014 $11, Climax Telephone Company $10, /24/2014 $10, Deerfield Farmers Telephone Company $17, /24/2014 $17, Drenthe Telephone Company $5, /21/2014 $5, Frontier Communications of Michigan $154, /18/2014 $154, Frontier Midstates $237, /18/2014 $237, Frontier North $3,039, /14/2014 $3,039, MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 30, No. 13, June 20, 2014

11 Hiawatha Telephone Company $44, /17/2014 $44, Kaleva Telephone Company $15, /10/2014 $15, Lennon Telephone Company $9, /17/2014 $9, Michigan Central Broadband Company $10, /17/2014 $10, Midway Telephone Company $6, /24/2014 $6, Ogden Telephone Company $2, /09/2014 $2, Ontonagon County Telephone Company $32, /25/2014 $32, Pigeon Telephone Company $22, /14/2014 $22, Sand Creek Telephone Company $9, /14/2014 $9, Springport Telephone Company $12, /14/2014 $12, TDS Telecom Chatham Telephone Co. $25, /21/2014 $25, TDS Telecom Communication Corp. of MI (CCM) $33, /21/2014 $33, TDS Telecom Island Telephone Co. $12, /21/2014 $12, TDS Telecom Shiawassee Telephone Co. $47, /21/2014 $47, TDS Telecom Wolverine Telephone Co. $75, /21/2014 $75, Upper Peninsula Telephone Co $47, /17/2014 $47, Waldron Telephone Company $4, /17/2014 $4, Westphalia Telephone Company $9, /17/2014 $9, Winn Telephone Company $5, /17/2014 $5, TOTAL ILEC Providers $19,433, $19,433, Amount of Metro Act CLEC Provider Billed Amount Date Paid Credit Sec. AT&T Corp. $17, /12/2014 $18, Baraga Telephone Company $18, /21/2014 $18, Borderland Communications $2, /14/2014 $2, Broadwing c/o Level 3 Communications, LLC $4, /30/2014 $4, CenturyTel Fiber Company, LLC $182, /14/2014 $182, Climax Telephone Company $31, /24/2014 $31, D&P Communications/TC3Net $ /24/2014 $ DayStarr LLC d/b/a DayStarr Communications $6, /15/2014 $6, Global Crossing North American Networks, Inc $19, /30/2014 $19, Great Lakes Comnet, Inc $97, /24/2014 $97, Intellifiber Networks, Inc $ /31/2014 $47.60 Level 3 Communications, LLC $28, /30/2014 $28, MCImetro Access Transmission Services, LLC $146, /14/2014 $146, McLeodUSA Telecommunications Services, Inc $324, /05/2014 $324, Peninsula Fiber Network, LLC $52, /17/2014 $52, Qwest Communications Company, LLC $12, /14/2014 $12, Southwest Michigan Communications, Inc. $12, /08/2014 $12, TDS Metrocom, LLC $23, /08/2014 $23, TelCove Operations, Inc, c/o Level 3 Comm $41, /30/2014 $41, Teleport Communications America, LLC $7, /30/2014 $7, US Signal Company, LLC $100, /18/2014 $100, WilTel Communications, LLC c/o Level 3 Comm $22, /30/2014 $22, Windstream KDL, Inc. $2, /31/2014 $2, Windstream Norlight $116, /31/2014 $116, Winn Telecom $21, /25/2014 $21, XO Communication Services, LLC $21, /14/2014 $21, Difference of $ paid directly to municipalities. MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 20, No. 13, June 20,

12 Zayo Group $67, /30/2014 $67, Total CLEC Providers $1,382, $1,383, Metro Act Broadband Provider Billed Amount Date Paid Credit Sec. 8 ACDnet $6, /17/2014 $6, Bloomingdale Communications, Inc. $7, /08/2014 $7, Crystal Automation Systems, Inc. dba Casair, Inc. $2, /30/2014 $2, Total Broadband Providers $16, $16, Total Providers $20,832, $20,833, The Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued the following Minute Action at its regularly scheduled meeting held on Thursday, June 19, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. at the Commission s temporary offices located at 4300 West Saginaw, Lansing, Michigan. Case No. U Frontier North Inc. and Frontier Midstates Inc. Wireless Emergency Service Costs On June 19, 2014, the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued a Minute Action approving Frontier North Inc. and Frontier Midstates Inc. s invoice Nos. MI9NGMTS and MI9NZMTS for the period of March 1, 2014, to May 31, 2014 for wireless emergency service costs of $168,485.61, recoverable under 2007 PA 165, MCL (4)(b), and authorizing reimbursement by the Michigan Department of Treasury. Case No. U AT&T Michigan Wireless Emergency Service Costs On June 19, 2014, the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued a Minute Action approving AT&T Michigan s invoice No. 517 R for the period of March 1, 2014, to May 31, 2014 for wireless emergency service costs of $128,788.08, recoverable under 2007 PA 165, MCL (4)(b), and authorizing reimbursement by the Michigan Department of Treasury. Commission s Own Motion METRO Act Section 8(14) of Public Act 48 of 2002 On June 19, 2014, the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) issued a Minute Action amending the Commission s June 6, 2014 minute approving tax credits under Section 8(14) of Public Act 48 of 2002, MCL (14), the Metropolitan Extension Telecommunications Rights-of-Way Oversight Act, as reflected in the attached report, to add ExteNet Systems, Inc., and Local Exchange Carriers of Michigan, both of which filed for a tax credit after the Commission issued the June 6, 2014 minute. 12 MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 30, No. 13, June 20, 2014

13 Amount of Metro Act ILEC Provider Billed Amount Date Paid Credit Sec. 8 AT&T Michigan $14,598, /14/2014 $14,598, Ace Telephone Company of Michigan $51, /21/2014 $51, Allband Communications Cooperative $7, /17/2014 $7, Allendale Communications $36, /21/2014 $36, Baraga Telephone Company $44, /21/2014 $44, Barry County Telephone Co. $67, /10/2014 $67, Blanchard Telephone Co. $11, /14/2014 $11, Bloomingdale Telephone Company, Inc. $16, /08/2014 $16, Carr Telephone Company $13, /09/2014 $13, CenturyTel Midwest - Michigan, Inc. $184, /24/2014 $184, CenturyTel of Michigan, Inc. $381, /24/2014 $381, CenturyTel of Northern Michigan, Inc. $22, /24/2014 $22, CenturyTel of Upper Michigan, Inc. $85, /24/2014 $85, Chapin Telephone Company $5, /14/2014 $5, Chippewa County Telephone Company $11, /18/2014 $11, Climax Telephone Company $10, /24/2014 $10, Deerfield Farmers Telephone Company $17, /24/2014 $17, Drenthe Telephone Company $5, /21/2014 $5, Frontier Communications of Michigan $154, /18/2014 $154, Frontier Midstates $237, /18/2014 $237, Frontier North $3,039, /14/2014 $3,039, Hiawatha Telephone Company $44, /17/2014 $44, Kaleva Telephone Company $15, /10/2014 $15, Lennon Telephone Company $9, /17/2014 $9, Michigan Central Broadband Company $10, /17/2014 $10, Midway Telephone Company $6, /24/2014 $6, Ogden Telephone Company $2, /09/2014 $2, Ontonagon County Telephone Company $32, /25/2014 $32, Pigeon Telephone Company $22, /14/2014 $22, Sand Creek Telephone Company $9, /14/2014 $9, Springport Telephone Company $12, /14/2014 $12, TDS Telecom Chatham Telephone Co. $25, /21/2014 $25, TDS Telecom Communication Corp. of MI (CCM) $33, /21/2014 $33, TDS Telecom Island Telephone Co. $12, /21/2014 $12, TDS Telecom Shiawassee Telephone Co. $47, /21/2014 $47, TDS Telecom Wolverine Telephone Co. $75, /21/2014 $75, Upper Peninsula Telephone Co $47, /17/2014 $47, Waldron Telephone Company $4, /17/2014 $4, Westphalia Telephone Company $9, /17/2014 $9, Winn Telephone Company $5, /17/2014 $5, TOTAL ILEC Providers $19,433, $19,433, Amount of Metro Act CLEC Provider Billed Amount Date Paid Credit Sec. AT&T Corp. $17, /12/2014 $18, Baraga Telephone Company $18, /21/2014 $18, Difference of $ paid directly to municipalities. MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 20, No. 13, June 20,

14 Borderland Communications $2, /14/2014 $2, Broadwing c/o Level 3 Communications, LLC $4, /30/2014 $4, CenturyTel Fiber Company, LLC $182, /14/2014 $182, Climax Telephone Company $31, /24/2014 $31, D&P Communications/TC3Net $ /24/2014 $ DayStarr LLC d/b/a DayStarr Communications $6, /15/2014 $6, ExteNet Systems, Inc. $13, /21/2014 $13, Global Crossing North American Networks, Inc $19, /30/2014 $19, Great Lakes Comnet, Inc $97, /24/2014 $97, Intellifiber Networks, Inc $ /31/2014 $47.60 Level 3 Communications, LLC $28, /30/2014 $28, Local Exchange Carriers of Michigan $ /02/2014 $ MCImetro Access Transmission Services, LLC $146, /14/2014 $146, McLeodUSA Telecommunications Services, Inc $324, /05/2014 $324, Peninsula Fiber Network, LLC $52, /17/2014 $52, Qwest Communications Company, LLC $12, /14/2014 $12, Southwest Michigan Communications, Inc. $12, /08/2014 $12, TDS Metrocom, LLC $23, /08/2014 $23, TelCove Operations, Inc, c/o Level 3 Comm $41, /30/2014 $41, Teleport Communications America, LLC $7, /30/2014 $7, US Signal Company, LLC $100, /18/2014 $100, WilTel Communications, LLC c/o Level 3 Comm $22, /30/2014 $22, Windstream KDL, Inc. $2, /31/2014 $2, Windstream Norlight $116, /31/2014 $116, Winn Telecom $21, /25/2014 $21, XO Communication Services, LLC $21, /14/2014 $21, Zayo Group $67, /30/2014 $67, Total CLEC Providers $1,396, $1,397, Metro Act Broadband Provider Billed Amount Date Paid Credit Sec. 8 ACDnet $6, /17/2014 $6, Bloomingdale Communications, Inc. $7, /08/2014 $7, Crystal Automation Systems, Inc. dba Casair, Inc. $2, /30/2014 $2, Total Broadband Providers $16, $16, Total Providers $ 20,846, $20,847, APPLICATIONS AND COMPLAINTS Case No. U Midwest Cable Phone of Michigan, LLC License On June 18, 2014, Midwest Cable Phone of Michigan, LLC filed an Application with the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) seeking a license to provide basic local exchange service throughout the State of Michigan. According to the Application, Midwest Cable Phone of Michigan is a Delaware limited liability company, headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 14 MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 30, No. 13, June 20, 2014

15 NOTICES OF OPPORTUNITIES TO COMMENT The following Notices of Opportunity to Comment have been issued by the Michigan Public Service Commission s Executive Secretary. Any interested person may submit comments on the application by sending written comments to the Commission by mail to: Executive Secretary, Michigan Public Service Commission, P.O. Box 30221, Lansing, Michigan Electronic comments may be ed to: Any comments should reference the applicable docket number. No known telecommunications Notices of Opportunities to Comment are currently pending before the Michigan Public Service Commission NOTICES OF HEARINGS The following Notices of Hearings have been issued by the Michigan Public Service Commission s Executive Secretary. Unless otherwise noted, all hearings are held at Constitution Hall, 525 W. Allegan, Lansing, Michigan. Case No. U Leatrice J. Handsor v AT&T Michigan Evidentiary Hearing: Tuesday, June 24, 2014, 9:00 a.m. Consumer Complaint The Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) will consider the April 28, 2014 complaint of Leatrice J. Handsor against AT&T Michigan at an evidentiary hearing at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 24, 2014, in downtown Lansing at Constitution Hall, 525 West Allegan, Lansing, Michigan before Administrative Law Judge Mark E. Cummins. Ms. Handsor s formal complaint alleges that AT&T Michigan violated the Michigan Telecommunications Act ( MTA ) for failure to provide adequate telephone and internet services. MPSC HEARINGS SCHEDULE Note: Unless indicated otherwise, hearings are held in Constitution Hall, 525 W. Allegan, Lansing, Michigan. Hearing dates and times are subject to change or cancellation. Please check with the Commission s Executive Secretary at (517) to confirm that a hearing will be taking place. KNOWN TELECOMMUNICATIONS HEARINGS SCHEDULED FOR THE NEXT FORTNIGHT (JUNE 23, 2014 THROUGH JULY 3, 2014) June 24, 2014, 9:00 a.m. Case No. U-17616/Evidentiary Hearing Leatrice J. Handsor v AT&T Michigan (consumer complaint) MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 20, No. 13, June 20,

16 FUTURE TELECOM HEARINGS SCHEDULED July 30, 2014, 9:00 a.m. Case No. U-17619/Prehearing Conference Westphalia Telephone Company, and Great Lakes Comnet, Inc. v AT&T Corp (intercarrier compensation) 2014 REGULAR MPSC MEETING DATES MONTH & DATE DAY TIME June 24 ** Tuesday 1:30 p.m. July 8 Tuesday 1:30 p.m. July 22 Tuesday 1:30 p.m. August 5 Tuesday 1:30 p.m. August 19 Tuesday 1:30 p.m. September 9 Tuesday 1:30 p.m. September 23 Tuesday 1:30 p.m. October 7 Tuesday 1:30 p.m. October 23 Thursday 1:30 p.m. November 6 Thursday 1:30 p.m. November 21 Friday 1:30 p.m. December 4 Thursday 1:30 p.m. December 18 Thursday 1:30 p.m. Additional meetings may be scheduled, as needed, on 18 hours-notice as permitted by Section 5(4) of the Michigan Open Meetings Act, MCL (4). All meetings of the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) are open to the public. Until further notice, all meetings will be held at the Commission s temporary offices, which are located at 4300 W. Saginaw St., Lansing, MI 48917, unless posted and notified in accordance with the Open Meetings Act. The meeting site is accessible, including handicapped parking. People with disabilities requiring additional accommodations, such as information in alternative formats in order to participate in the meeting, should contact the Commission s Executive Secretary at (517) Agendas for all Regular and Special Meetings will be posted on 18-hours notice. A posted agenda is subject to amendment as determined by the Commission. Any person with a question about a Regular or a Special Meeting of the Michigan Public Service Commission may make an inquiry by calling the Commission s Executive Secretary at (517) ** On June 6, 2014, the Michigan Public Service Commission ( Commission ) announced that the Commission s next regularly scheduled meeting would be on Thursday, June 19, 2014 at 1:30 p.m. and that the June 24, 2014 meeting would not be held. 16 MICHIGAN Telecommunications REPORT, Vol. 30, No. 13, June 20, 2014

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