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(1) "administrative expense" means administrative expense as defined in the Uniform System of Accounts prescribed in 3 AAC 48.277 for a pole-owning utility, or as defined in a comparable accounting system if in use by the particular pole-owning utility;
(2) "gross pole investment" includes gross investment for bare distribution poles in the pole accounts in the Uniform System of Accounts prescribed in 3 AAC 48.277 for a pole-owning utility, or in a comparable accounting system if in use by the particular utility;
(3) "maintenance expense" means maintenance expense as defined in the Uniform System of Accounts prescribed in 3 AAC 48.277 for a utility, or as defined in a comparable accounting system if in use by the particular utility;
(4) "pole attachment" means any attachment by a utility to a utility pole;
(5) "usable space" for pole attachments means the space on a pole above the minimum grade level, as set out in the edition of the National Electrical Safety Code adopted in AS 18.60.580 , which can be used for the attachment of wires, cables, and associated equipment;
(6) "attaching utility" means a public utility that attaches its facilities to, or places its facilities on, the pole of another utility; "attaching utility" does not include a utility that attaches to its own poles.
History: Eff. 5/8/88, Register 106; am 2/2/2003, Register 165
Authority: AS 42.05.151
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