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STATE OF CALIFORNIA EDMUND G. BROWN, JR., Governor

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION

505 VAN NESS AVENUE

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102-3298

To: All Telecommunications Carriers

The following draft Resolution will be on the Commission's April 19, 2012, meeting:

This draft resolution is available at the Commission's website at http://www.cpuc.ca.gov and may be found by searching for Resolution T-17359. On April 19, 2012, the Commission may vote on this resolution or it may postpone votes until later. When the Commission votes on a draft resolution, it may adopt all or part of it as written, amend or modify it, or set it aside and prepare a different resolution.  Only when the Commission acts does a resolution become binding on the parties. The conformed resolution, when adopted by the Commission, will be available at the same website.

Pursuant to Public Utilities (PU) Code 311 (g), the above-identified draft resolution is available for public comments.  Comments should be focused on factual, legal, and/or technical errors in the draft resolution.  Comments must be limited to five pages in length and shall include a subject index listing the recommendations to the draft resolution, a table of authorities, and an appendix setting forth the proposed revised findings and ordering paragraphs.

The date of submission is the date the comments are received by the Communications Division.  Parties must serve a copy of their comments on each party set forth on the service list attached to the draft resolution on the same date that the comments are submitted to the Communications Division.

Comments must be received and served on parties (see attached list) no later than April 3, 2012 (which is 15 days including holidays from the date of the original March19, 2012 mailing).  Reply comments may be submitted on or before April 9, 2012 and shall be limited to identifying misrepresentations of law, fact, or condition of the record contained in the comments of other parties.  Replies shall not exceed three pages in length and shall be submitted and served in the same manner as opening comments.

Late-filed opening comments and/or reply comments will ordinarily be rejected.  However, in extraordinary circumstances, a request for leave to submit comments or replies late may be filed together with proposed comments/replies.  An accompanying declaration under penalty of perjury shall be submitted setting forth all the reasons for the late submission.

/s/ MICHAEL C. AMATO

Michael C. Amato, Interim Director

Communications Division

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