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Ottawa, 2 May 2006
File No. 8740-K1-200605123
Mr. Stace Gander
Dear Mr. Gander:
Re: Kenora Municipal Telephone Service Tariff Notice 40 - Basket 1 & 2 Increases, Unused Rate Increase Credit Submission, Submission of Exogenous Factors, Resale of Local Competition
On 28 April 2006 , the Commission received an application by Kenora Municipal Telephone Service (KMTS) proposing, among other things, to increase primary exchange service (PES) rates for residential and business customers.
The company is requested to provide its response to the attached questions. To allow the Commission to deal expeditiously with the application, response is requested by 18 May 2006 .
The Commission expects to render a decision on the application for the proposed rate increases within 45 days of receipt of the tariff notice.
'Original signed by S. Bédard '
cc: Nancy Webster Cole, CRTC (819) 934-6377
Kenora Municipal Telephone Notice Tariff Notice 40 Interrogatories
1) In its application, KMTS provided a schedule of unused rate increase credits for business PES pursuant to Revised regulatory framework for the small incumbent local exchange carriers, Telecom Decision CRTC 2006-14, 29 March 2006 , (Decision 2006-14). The table indicates exogenous factors of $175,412.00 in the year 2005 and $170,656.00 in the year 2006 for the allowable recovery of losses in excess of 35% pursuant to paragraph 93 of Direct toll and network access costing methodology for small incumbent local exchange carriers , 31 January 2005 , Telecom Decision 2005-3 (Decision 2005-3). Provide the following:
2) In its application, KMTS provided, in attachment 1, its total Central Fund Administrator (CFA) fees for 2005. KMTS proposes to increase its business PES rate by an exogenous factor based on the cost recovery of the revenue-percent charge related to the annual subsidy pursuant to paragraph 109 Decision 2006-14. Provide the following:
3) Provide an updated schedule of unused rate increase credits for business PES.Date Modified: 2006-05-12
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