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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 48 . Telecommunications
Section 661. Timelines for consideration of applications

3 AAC 48.661. Timelines for consideration of applications

(a) Except for intrastate interexchange carrier applications governed by 3 AAC 52.360(d) , the commission will rule on an application for a new certificate of public convenience and necessity within six months after the filing of a complete application.

(b) The commission will rule on an application to extend the service area authorized under an existing certificate of public convenience and necessity within six months after the filing of a complete application.

(c) The commission will rule on an application to transfer an existing certificate of public convenience and necessity within six months after the filing of a complete application.

(d) The commission will rule on an application to acquire a controlling interest in a certificated public utility or pipeline carrier within six months after the filing of a complete application.

(e) The commission will rule on an application to change the name of the holder of an existing certificate of public convenience and necessity within three months after the filing of a complete application.

(f) The commission will determine if an application is complete within 15 business days after it is filed with the commission. In this subsection, "business day" means a day other than Saturday, Sunday, or a state holiday.

(g) The commission will extend the periods for action set out in (a) - (f) of this section for good cause. The commission will set out findings on good cause in an order extending a deadline.

History: Eff. 5/5/2000, Register 154; am 5/18/2003, Register 166

Authority: AS 42.04.080

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