Building access decision promotes carrier convenience at utility expense

The United Telecom Council (UTC) disagrees strongly with portions of the decision that mandate that utilities, including local exchange carriers (LECs), must afford telecommunications carriers and cable service providers reasonable and nondiscriminatory access to conduits and rights-of-way in customer buildings and campuses. Because the FCC did not adopt its proposal to regulate landlords, utilities are placed in the untenable position as facilitators to a trespass into buildings restricted by landlords.

NEW YORK, Oct. 17, 2000–Cantor Fitzgerald, an international brokerage house, today announced the launch of an e-business marketplace that will empower companies to participate in greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) trading, anticipated to become one of the fastest growing commodity markets in the world.

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