PUBLIC NOTICE OF COPPER RETIREMENT UNDER RULE 51.333
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Carrier: Volcano Telephone Company, Inc., 20000 E. Hwy 88, Pine Grove, CA 95665
Contact: For Additional Information on these planned network changes, please contact:
Volcano Telephone Company, lnc.
Attention: John Lundgren – Vice President
20000 E. Hwy 88
Pine Grove, CA 95665
Implementation Date: On or after April 1, 2023.
Planned Network Change(s) will occur at the following locations in the VOLCCAXF wire center in California:
Volcano Telephone Company, in California is providing notice that it is retiring metallic copper feeder facilities to a specific certain areas in portions of the Volcano/Pine Grove, Pioneer and West Point areas in the Volcano Wire Center, VOLCCAXF, 20000 E. Hwy. 88, Pine Grove, CA 95665. The areas are as follows:
In the Volcano/Pine Grove exchange, areas include Portions of Ridge Road, Toma Lane, Windmill Court, portions of Sandar Road, Druid Lane, Mountain View Drive, Andrews Road, Portions of Ponderosa Way, Mine Court, Sugar Pine Drive South, Holly Place, West View Drive, West Court, Live Oak Court, Sleepy Hollow, Manzanita Court, Manzanita Place,
In the Pioneer exchange areas will includes Portions of Highway 88 near Buckhorn Ridge, Pinewood Drive, Wagon Wheel Drive, portions of Buckhorn Ridge, Fawn Court, Oxbow Road, Deer Trail, Elkhorn Court, Portions of Prospect Place, Sylvan Road, Sylvan Court, Scout Way, Calypso Court, Paradise Road, Buckhorn Lane, Antelope Court South
In the West Point exchange, the areas will include Deer Lane, Portions of Loveland Lane, and Portions of Stanley Road.
All of Volcano Telephone Company, lnc.’s (hereinafter referred to as “Volcano Telephone”) copper retirement notices may be viewed on Volcano Telephone’s website at:
Description of the planned network change(s):
Volcano Telephone intends to retire the copper facilities at the locations listed above. Volcano Telephone has deployed or plans to deploy its fiber-to-the-premises network in these area(s) and intends to provide services over a fiber network infrastructure. Upgrading from copper to fiber facilities will provide benefit to Volcano Telephone’s customers in terms of reliability, resiliency, and available bandwidth.
Description of reasonably foreseeable impact(s) of the planned change(s): After the retirement of the copper facilities, Volcano Telephone will (1) no longer offer services over copper facilities; and (2) cease maintaining the copper facilities. To help ensure orderly transition, Volcano Telephone may require customers and interconnecting entities to migrate services off of copper facilities well before the copper retirement implementation date.