FCC Seeks Comment on Petitions for Reconsideration of Pole Attachments Order

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Various cable providers and electric utilities have filed petitions for reconsideration of the Federal Communications Commission’s May 20, 2010 Pole Attachments Order. The Commission seeks comment on the issues raised by the petitioners, including: whether permitting utilities to refuse to change-out utility poles would be considered a discriminatory practice, whether the Commission’s non-discrimination requirement with regard to space-saving techniques only applies to communications wires, and clarification of the rights of individual owners of jointly-owned poles to limit certain attachment techniques.

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