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                           Before the
                Federal Communications Commission
                     Washington, D.C. 20554

Adelphia Business  Solutions  of )
Pennsylvania, Inc.,            ) )    File No. PA 01-004
         Complainant          ) )
                              ) )
         v.                   ) )
                              ) )
Duquesne Light Company,       )) )
         Respondent.          )


     Adopted:       August 8, 2002                          
Released:  August 12, 2002    

By the Assistant Chief, Enforcement Bureau:1

     1.   On September 17, 2001,  Adelphia Business Solutions  of 
Pennsylvania, Inc.  ("Complainant")  filed  the  above-referenced 
pole  attachment   complaint  against   Duquesne  Light   Company 
("Respondent") pursuant to the Pole Attachment Act2 and Subpart J 
of Part  1  of  the  Commission's rules.3   On  August  5,  2002, 
Complainant and Respondent submitted  a notice of settlement  and 
request  for  dismissal,  with   prejudice,  of  the   referenced 
complaint ("Notice").  In the Notice, the parties state that they 
have reached a  full settlement of all  claims in the  referenced 
complaint.  On  the  basis  of  the statement  contained  in  the 
Notice,  we  conclude  that   there  are  no  longer  issues   in 
controversy and therefore, we terminate the proceeding.

     2.   Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED, pursuant to Sections 0.111, 
0.311 and 1.1415 of the  Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R.   0.111, 
0.311 and 1.1415, that the referenced complaint IS DISMISSED WITH 
PREJUDICE and this proceeding IS TERMINATED.

                              FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

                              Kathleen F. Costello
                              Assistant Chief, Enforcement Bureau

1  Effective   March  25,   2002,  the   Commission   transferred 
responsibility for resolving pole attachment 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 Section 224 of the  Communications Act of 1934, as amended,  47 
U.S.C. 224.
3 47 C.F.R. 1.1401-1.1418.