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(a) The company shall include the following items in calculating its local service revenue requirement:
(1) all items recorded or properly classified as "Local Network Service Revenues" by Part 32 of the Federal Communications Commission regulations (47 C.F.R. Part 32), as adopted by the commission at 3 AAC 48.277(a) (1) - 3 AAC 48.277 (a)(5), including items properly classified into accounts 5000 - 5069;
(2) all universal Service Fund receipts;
(3) all "Miscellaneous Revenues" that are of a local character or are not directly derived from interexchange, nonregulated, or other sources and are properly classified into accounts 5200 - 5265 by Part 32 of the Federal Communications Commission regulations (47 C.F.R. Part 32), as adopted by the commission at 3 AAC 48.277(a) (1) - 3 AAC 48.277(a) (5); and
(4) any other revenues specified by the commission as local in character.
(b) In computing the local service revenue requirement, only the expenses and investment associated with the local service revenues described in (a) of this section may be assigned to local service.
(c) Uncollectible revenue is allocated to local service based on a study done by the company within one year or less before the filing for rate relief under 3 AAC 53.010 - 3 AAC 53.140 or based on the ratio of local service revenues to total revenues.
History: Eff. 4/8/93, Register 126
Authority: AS 42.05.141
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