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                           Before the
                Federal Communications Commission
                         Washington, DC

City of Dublin, Georgia                      )
          Petitioner                    )
                                   )    File No. PA 00-008
          v.                       )
                                   )
Georgia Power Company,                  )
          Respondent.                   )


                              ORDER

     Adopted:  October 30, 2002                        Released:  
October 31, 2002         

By the Assistant Chief, Enforcement Bureau:

     1.   On  November 7,  2000,  the  City  of  Dublin  filed  a 
petition for  temporary stay ("Petition")  against Georgia  Power 
Company pursuant to the  Pole Attachment Act1 and Section  1.1403 
(d) of the Commission's rules.2   On November 21, 2001, the Cable 
Services  Bureau released  an  Order,  DA  01-27143,  holding  in 
abeyance the Petition pending the parties' good faith negotiation 
of an annual  pole attachment rate  pursuant to the  Commission's 
rules and  Teleport v. Georgia  Power Company.4   On October  24, 
2002, the  parties' submitted a  joint notice  of settlement  and 
request for  dismissal of  the Petition  and  termination of  the 
proceedings.  On  the basis  of the  statement  contained in  the 
notice,  we  conclude  that   there  are  no  longer  issues   in 
controversy  and therefore,  we  vacate  the  stay,  dismiss  the 
Petition with prejudice and terminate this proceeding.

     2.   Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED, pursuant to Sections 0.111, 
0.311, 1.1403 (d) and 1.1415 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. 
 0.111, 0.311, 1.1403 (d) and 1.1415, that the  referenced stay 
IS VACATED, the referenced  petition IS DISMISSED WITH  PREJUDICE 
and this proceeding IS TERMINATED.
                              FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION



                              Kathleen F. Costello
                              Assistant Chief, Enforcement Bureau
_________________________

1 47 U.S.C.  224.
2 47 C.F.R.  1.1403.
3 City of Dublin, Georgia  v. Georgia Power Company, DA  01-2714, 
16 FCC Rcd 20421 (CSB 2001).
4 Teleport v. Georgia Power Company, DA 01-2653, 16 FCC Rcd 20238 
(CSB 2001); affirmed Teleport  v. Georgia Power Company, FCC  02-
270 (released October 8,  2002); petition for review filed  (11th 
Cir., case no. 02-10222-B).