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                           Before the
                Federal Communications Commission
                     Washington, D.C. 20554
In the Matter of                        )    File No.   EB-02-TC-
Falcon Telecable                   )    CUID No.  OR0072 (Lincoln 
Refund Plan                        )     


          Adopted:    August 6, 2002                   Released:  
August 8, 2002 

By the Chief, Enforcement Bureau:1

     1.    In  this Order  we consider  the amended  refund  plan 
filed  on  July  17,   2002  by  the  above-referenced   operator 
("Operator")2 pursuant to  Order, DA  02-6663 ("Refund  Order").4  
Our review of  Operator's refund  plan5 reveals  that the  refund 
plan fulfills  the  requirements  of the  Refund  Order  provided 
Operator accrues interest up to the date of the refund.

     2. Accordingly, IT IS  ORDERED that  Operator's refund  plan 
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 0.311.

                         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 Falcon  Telecable, DA 02-666, 17 FCC Rcd  5241 
(CSB 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, Cable  Services  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