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                         Before the
              Federal Communications Commission
                      Washington, D.C. 20554
In the Matter of                        )    File  No.   EB-
Charter Communications             )    CUID No.  MI0102 
Refund Plan                        )     


          Adopted:   July 16, 2002                     
Released:  July 17, 2002      

By the Chief, Enforcement Bureau:1

     1.    In this  Order we consider the  refund plan filed 
on   June  7,   2002   by   the  above-referenced   operator 
("Operator")2  pursuant  to   Order,  DA  02-10533  ("Refund 
Order").4   Our review  of Operator's  refund plan5  reveals 
that the refund plan fulfills the requirements of the Refund 

     2. Accordingly,  IT IS  ORDERED that  Operator's refund 
plan  IS APPROVED  and IT  IS FURTHER  ORDERED, pursuant  to 
Section  76.962  of  the  Commission's rules,  47  C.F.R.   
76.962, that  Operator implement  its refund plan  within 60 
days of the release of this Order.

     3. IT  IS FURTHER ORDERED,  pursuant to  Section 76.962 
of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R.  76.962, that Operator 
shall  file  a certificate  of  compliance  with the  Chief, 
Enforcement Bureau,  within 90 days  of the release  of this 
Order certifying its compliance with this Order.

     4. This action is  taken pursuant to Sections 0.111 and 
0.311  of the  Commission's rules,  47 C.F.R.   0.111  and 

                         David H. Solomon
                         Chief, Enforcement Bureau

1  Effective  March  25, 2002,  the  Commission  transferred 
responsibility for resolving cable programming services tier 
rate complaints from the former Cable Services Bureau to the 
Enforcement Bureau.  See Establishment  of the Media Bureau, 
the  Wireline  Competition  Bureau   and  the  Consumer  and 
Governmental   Affairs   Bureau,   Reorganization   of   the 
International Bureau  and Other Organizational  Changes, FCC 
02-10, 17 FCC Rcd 4672 (2002).
2 The  term "Operator" includes Operator's  predecessors and 
successors in interest.
3 In  the Matter of  Bresnan Communications Company,  DA 02-
1053 (EB, released May 8, 2002). 
4  The  Refund  Order  required Operator  to  determine  the 
overcharges  to  cable  programming  service  tier  ("CPST") 
subscribers for  the period stated  in the Refund  Order and 
file a  report with  the Chief, Enforcement  Bureau, stating 
the cumulative refund amount determined (including franchise 
fees and interest), describing  the calculation thereof, and 
describing its plan  to implement the refund  within 60 days 
of Commission approval of the plan.
5 Operator calculated a total refund liability of $7,497.05.
6 In its  response to the Refund Order,  Operator points out 
that  the  Refund Order  contained  clerical  errors and  we 
agree.   The clerical  errors  have been  corrected and  the 
Operator has  taken these corrections into  consideration in 
the calculation of refunds for the community at issue.