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Chapter 113

CHAPTER 113


UTILITY RATES AND FEES


113.01 Rate Classifications For Service
113.02 Minimum System Support Charge Applicable
113.03 Liens For Nonpayment
113.04 Water Utility Rates
113.05 Wastewater Utility Rates
113.06 Electric Utility Rates
113.07 Gas Utility Rates
113.08 Solid Waste Collection Rates
113.09 Cable Television Services
113.10 Telephone Services
113.11 Miscellaneous Charges

* Rates may not be current. For current rates contact the Hawarden City Offices.

113.01    RATE CLASSIFICATIONS FOR SERVICE. Where a rate distinction is made between various classes of service (i.e. residential and non-residential) the City shall generally attempt to classify the utility account by the categories listed below.  It is possible to have multiple classifications for the same site depending on use.

  1. Classifications of Service.
  2. Residential.  To include single-family dwellings, multi-family dwellings, mobile home trailers and condominiums and other similar residential dwellings.  This does not include group homes, nursing homes and common areas of the described uses.
  3. Nonresidential/Business:  To include stores, shops, offices, restaurants, schools, Laundromats, dry-cleaning establishments, car washes, garages, service stations, rooming houses, dormitories, motels, hotels, hospitals, nursing homes, and processing plants and factories.
  4. Nonresidential/Interdepartmental:  To include all uses directly controlled by City and owned by the City taxpayers.
  5. Interpretation of Classifications.  When it is unclear what classification should be applied, the City (via the Public Works Director) shall at its sole discretion, determine the classification based on all available information, including but not limited to, the following:
  6. Location of the service;
  7. Other services at the location;
  8. Most common use of the service;
  9. Similar uses by other customers and how those classifications were treated (precedent);
  10. Quantity of usage of the service;
  11. Whether the use is advertised as a business including business cards, phone book, etc.; and
  12. Any other pertinent information.

113.02    MINIMUM SYSTEM SUPPORT CHARGE APPLICABLE. The minimum system support charges provided for in this chapter apply to every account holder, per unit or site, as applicable, in which an active account or service is maintained, even though no actual usage is generated or metered for the location.  This does not apply to disconnected or closed accounts.

113.03    LIENS FOR NONPAYMENT. The amount of utility usage owed at a particular location shall constitute a lien upon that property served by the specific utility, where permitted by law.  Such amount owed shall be collected in the same manner as other taxes, if payment is not made when due.

113.04    WATER UTILITY RATES. The following rates apply to all classes of water service:

  1. Minimum System Support Charge Per Unit:  $4.64 per month (this includes no usage);
  2. First 2000 cubic feet:  $1.09 per 100 cubic feet;
  3. Next 2000 cubic feet:  $1.00 per 100 cubic feet;
  4. Next 4000 cubic feet:  $  .93 per 100 cubic feet;
  5. Over 8000 cubic feet:  $  .84 per 100 cubic feet.
  6. Water Supplies.  The City shall sell supplies it stores to electricians and owners at the City’s cost plus 25%.

113.05    WASTEWATER UTILITY RATES.

  1. Residential Sewer Rates Per Unit.
  2. Minimum System Support Charge:  $10.00 per month (this includes no usage);
  3. Per 100 cubic feet or fraction thereof of water used, up to 1,200 cubic feet:  $0.50 per 100 cubic feet;
  4. Over 1,200 cubic feet of water used:  $0.00 per 100 cubic feet.
  5. Alternate Sanitary Sewer Rates Per Unit.
  6. Installation Cost:  $1,250.00 (or none, if part of Capital Subdivision Project approved by the Council).  Additional costs shall apply for the installation of alternate sewer systems where the sewer must be extended for more than 500 feet in length and for any sewer units above the base E-1 sewer unit.  The additional cost shall be 50% of the additional material costs in excess of 500 feet or for the costs of the unit above the base unit price.
  7. Minimum System Support Charge:  $12.50 per month, plus the minimum support charge listed in Section 113.05(1) or Section 113.05(3), whichever is applicable (this includes no usage), plus the applicable residential or commercial rate per cubic foot as provided in Section 113.05(1) and 113.05(3).
  8. Nonresidential Sewer Rates Per Unit.
  9. Minimum System Support Charge:  $12.00 per month (this includes no usage); plus
  10. Per 100 cubic feet or fraction thereof of water used, up to 10,000 cubic feet – $0.50 per 100 cubic feet;
  11. Over 10,000 cubic feet:  $0 per 100 cubic feet.

4.         Large users utilizing over 60,000 cubic feet of water per month shall require a sewer contract with the City.

113.06    ELECTRIC UTILITY RATES.

  1. Residential Rates.  Single phase, 120/240 volt, 3 wire, single meter.  If more than one meter presently exists, the readings will be added as if the premises had a single meter.
  2. Minimum System Support Charge:  $13.65 (this includes no usage);
  3. Plus all energy used:  $ .0636 per kWh

(Ord. 641 – Jan. 08 Supp.)

  1. Rebates for Residential Users.  For the electric users in subsection 1 the City will offer the rebates listed below for participation in the City’s load management system, based on the appliances that are load managed.
  2. Electric Hot Water Heaters – $2.50 per month for each electric hot water heater.
  3. Electric Central Air Unit – $5.00 per month per unit only for the months of June, July, August and September.
  4. Nonresidential, Non-Demand Rate (Commercial).  Single or three phase, 120/240 volt, 3 or 4 wire, single meter.  If more than one meter presently exists for a single account holder, at one location, the readings will be added as if only one meter existed.  Special secondary voltages may be made available at the discretion of the municipal utility.  A demand reading of less than 100 kWh will be billed according to the rate in this category.
  5. Minimum System Support Charge:  $16.35 (this includes no usage).
  6. Plus all energy used:  $ .0789 per kWh.

(Ord. 641 – Jan. 08 Supp.)

  1. Rebates (Nonresidential).  For the electric users in subsection 3 the City will offer the rebates listed below for participation in the City’s load management system, based on the appliances that are load managed.
  2. Electric Hot Water Heaters:  $2.50 per month for each electric hot water heater.
  3. Electric Central Air Unit:  $5.00 per month per unit only for the months of June, July, August and September.
  4. Industrial Rate.  Single or three phase, 120/240 volt, 3 or 4 wire, single meter.  If more than one meter presently exists for a single account holder, at one location, the readings will be added as if only one meter existed.  Special secondary voltages may be made available at the discretion of the municipal utility.  A demand reading of 100 kWh or more will be billed according to the rates in this category.
  5. Minimum System Support Charge:  $0 (this includes no usage).
  6. Demand Charge:  $4.194
  7. Plus all energy used:  $ .0540 per kWh

(Ord. 641 – Jan. 08 Supp.)

  1. Minimum Demand Charge:  Is the demand rate above applied to 75% of the peak demand in the 6 months preceding the billing month.
  2. Nonresidential, Demand, Interruptible Rate.  The City may enter into a contract for a minimum duration of one year with a nonresidential demand customer providing for an interruptible electric rate as follows: Single or three phase, 120/240 volt, 3 or 4 wire, single meter.  If more than one meter presently exists for a single account holder, at one location, the readings will be added as if only one meter existed.  Special secondary voltages may be made available at the discretion of the municipal utility.  A demand reading of 100 kWh or more will be billed according to the rates in this category.
  3. Minimum System Support Charge:  $0 (this includes no usage).
  4. Demand Charge:  $1.302
  5. Plus all energy used:  $ .0540 per kWh

(Ord. 641 – Jan. 08 Supp.)

  1. Minimum Demand Charge:  Is the demand rate above applied to 75% of the peak demand in the 6 months preceding the billing month.
  2. Nonresidential, City Interdepartmental Rate.  Single or three phase, 120/240 volt, 3 or 4 wire, single meter.  If more than one meter presently exists for a single account holder, at one location, the readings will be added as if only one meter existed.  Special secondary voltages may be made available at the discretion of the municipal utility.
  3. Minimum System Support Charge:  $0 (this includes no usage).
  4. Charge for all energy used:  $ .0375 per kWh

(Ord. 641 – Jan. 08 Supp.)

  1. Other Services.
  2. Security Lights.  Security lights shall be provided at a rate of $5.00 for metered security lights plus any electrical usage, or $8.00 per month for unmetered lights.
  3. Electric Supplies.  The City shall sell electric supplies it stores to electricians and owners at the City’s cost plus 25%.

9.         Renewable Electric Energy Rates.  The charge for renewal electric energy shall be $2.00 per 100 kWh block of renewable wind energy purchased.

10.       Purchased Power Cost Adjustment.  The energy charge per kilowatt-hour (kWh) shall be adjusted upward or downward each month in accordance with the provisions set forth below:

A.        City staff shall have the authority to adjust the Purchased Power Cost Adjustment (PPCA) as needed to reflect changes in the electricity supplier’s generation, transmission and other related expenses charged by the City’s wholesale provider(s), hereafter referred to as “Power Costs” and may not change the City’s revenues other than the amount necessary to pay the City’s Power Costs from wholesale provider(s).  Prior to each billing cycle, City staff shall determine the Purchased Power Cost Adjustment to be billed for that cycle by combining all Power Costs from wholesale provider(s) and divide said amount by the total kWhs purchased during said billing cycle.

B.        In the event the City is unable to calculate the exact PPCA for a specific billing cycle, the City staff shall prepare an estimate of the PPCA per kWh for said cycle to be billed and shall adjust the next billing cycle to reflect any over/under collections from the estimated PPCA.  The adjustment to the estimate will reflect variances in the estimated and actual Power Costs billed by the City’s wholesale supplier(s) by the City.

(Ord. 641 – Jan. 08 Supp.)

113.07    GAS UTILITY RATES.

  1. The following rates apply to all classes of service:
  2. Minimum System Support Charge: $5.00 (this includes no usage).
  3. First 1.5 MCF – $  7.99 per MCF
  4. Next 3.0 MCF – $  7.61 per MCF
  5. Next 5.0 MCF – $  7.37 per MCF
  6. Next 40.0 MCF – $  7.24 per MCF
  7. Next 50.0 MCF – $  6.65 per MCF
  8. Next 50.0 MCF – $  6.56 per MCF
  9. Over 150.0 MCF – $  6.43 per MCF

2.         Wholesale Gas Adjustment Charges.  The established rates shall be increased for each full cent increase above the established upper MCF cost threshold.  In addition, the rates established shall be decreased for each full cent below the established lower MCF cost threshold.  The threshold cost shall be based on all the blended costs (mixing of months) incurred to receive gas at the point of demarcation at the Ventura Index for any gas ordered.  The upper threshold cost shall be set at $4.00 per MCF and the lower threshold cost shall be set at $3.25 per MCF.

3.         Gas Supplies.  The City shall sell electric supplies it stores to electricians and owners at the City’s cost plus 25%.

113.08    SOLID WASTE COLLECTION RATES.

  1. Residential – $12.00 per month (If residence is unoccupied, the Residential Solid Waste Collection Charge will be waived.)
  2. Commercial – $3.00 per month

(Ord. 639 – Jan. 08 Supp.)

113.09    CABLE TELEVISION SERVICES.

  1. Service Tiers
  2. Local Service……………………………………………. $      10.95
  3. Basic Service…………………………………………….. $      27.50

(Ord. 638 – Jan. 08 Supp.)

  1. Digital Base Pack (includes first

set top box rental)……………………………………… $      16.00

  1. Analog Premium Channels
  2. HBO……………………………………………………….. $      12.95

(Ord. 642 – Jan. 08 Supp.)

  1. Cinemax…………………………………………………… $        7.50
  2. Showtime Package…………………………………….. $      10.95
  3. Digital Premium Multiplexes
  4. HBO Digital Multiplex………………………………. $      12.50
  5. Showtime/TMC Digital Multiplex……………….. $      12.50
  6. Cinemax Digital Multiplex…………………………. $      10.00
  7. Starz! Super Pak……………………………………….. $        7.50
  8. Pay-Per-View
  9. Movies (each)……………………………………………. $        3.99
  10. Events……………………………………………………… Varies
  11. Sports Packages

(1)        ESPN Gameday

Full Season…………………………………….. $      99.00

Early Bird……………………………………… $      89.00

Per-Day ………………………………………… $      11.95

(2)        ESPN Full Court

Full Season…………………………………….. $      99.00

Early Bird……………………………………… $      89.00

End of Season………………………………… $      49.00

Per-Day…………………………………………. $        5.00

(3)        ESPN Shootout

Full Season…………………………………….. $      69.00

Per-Day…………………………………………. $        5.99

D.        Adult Programming……………………………………    Varies

E.         Digital Music Express

Commercial only……………………………………….. $      30.00

  1. Miscellaneous Charges
  2. Digital Set Top Box Rental (Additional)……… $        3.50
  3. Replacement Digital Remote Control…………… $      15.00
  4. Replacement Digital Set Top Box……………….. $    300.00
  5. Analog Converter Box Rental ……………………. $        2.00
  6. Replacement Analog Converter Box……………. $    115.00
  7. Reconnect from nonpayment disconnect……… $      15.00

113.10    TELEPHONE SERVICES.

  1. Basic Service
  2. Residential……………………………………………….. $      11.05
  3. Business Single-Line…………………………………. $      26.65
  4. Business Multi-Line………………………………….. $      26.05
  5. Long Distance
  6. Residential – Option 1

Standard rate……………………………………………. $      .15 per minute

Monthly bill of $25 or more ……………………….. $      .13 per minute

  1. Residential – Option 2

Weekday*…………………………………………………. $      .15 per minute

Evening and Weekend……………………………….. $      .10 per minute

C.        Residential – Option 3

Anytime…………………………………………………… $      .10 per minute

Fee………………………………………………………….. $    2.95 per month

D.        Residential – Option 4

Interstate Anytime…………………………………….. $      .08 per minute

Intrastate Anytime…………………………………….. $      .11 per minute

Fee………………………………………………………….. $    6.105 per month

E.         Business – Option 1

Standard Rate…………………………………………… $      .15 per minute

Monthly bill of $250 or more………………………. $      .13 per minute

F.         Business – Option 2

Weekday*………………………………………………… $      .15 per minute

Evening and Weekend……………………………….. $      .10 per minute

G.        Business – Option 3

Anytime…………………………………………………… $      .10 per minute

Fee………………………………………………………….. $    5.95 per month

H.        Business – Option 4

Interstate Anytime…………………………………….. $      .08 per minute

Intrastate Anytime…………………………………….. $      .11 per minute

Fee………………………………………………………….. $    7.95 per month

  1. International Long Distance Rates



Country

Rate – 24 hours

Country

Rate – 24 hours



Afghanistan

$3.02

Canada (continued):




Albania

$0.98

902 Nova Scotia

$0.26



Alberia

$0.96

905 Ontario

$0.26



American Samoa

$1.04

Cape Verde Islands

$1.48



Andorra

$0.72

Cayman Islands

$0.82



Angola

$1.46

Central Africa Republic

$2.34



Anguilla

$1.32

Chad

$2.36



Antarctica

$1.16

Chile

$0.74



Antarctica/Scott

$1.16

China

$1.58



Antigua

$1.04

Christmas/Cocos Islands

$1.16



Argentina

$1.12

Colombia

$1.24



Armenia

$1.78

Comoros

$1.96



Aruba

$0.92

Congo

$1.72



Ascension Island

$1.88

Cook Islands

$2.44



Australia

$0.44

Costa Rica

$1.16



Austria

$1.16

Croatia Republic

$0.88



Azerbaijan

$2.18

Cuba

$1.72



Azores

$0.10

Cyprus

$0.92



Bahamas

$0.54

Czech Republic

$0.74



Bahrain

$1.66

Denmark

$0.44



Bangladesh

$2.36

Diego Garcia

$1.72



Barbados

$1.24

Djibouti

$2.04



Belarus

$1.04

Dominica

$1.30



Belgium

$0.44

Dominican Republic

$0.60



Belize

$1.50

Ecuador

$1.48



Benin

$1.52

Egypt

$1.62



Bermuda

$0.60

El Salvador

$1.18



Bhutan

$1.66

Equatorial Guinea

$1.92



Bolivia

$1.36

Eritrea

$2.76



Bosnia-Herzegovina

$1.18

Estonia

$0.74



Botswana

$1.06

Ethiopia

$2.44



Brazil

$1.00

Faeroe Islands

$0.84




British Virgin Islands

$0.92

Falkland Islands

$1.82



Brunei

$1.36

Fiji Islands

$2.02



Bulgaria

$0.94

Finland

$0.48



Burkina Faso

$1.62

France

$0.42



Burundi

$1.74

French Antilles

$0.84


Cambodia

$2.52

French Guiana

$1.04



Country

Rate – 24 hours

Country

Rate – 24 hours



Canada:


French Polynesia

$1.62



204 Manitoba

$0.26

Gabon

$1.68



306 Saskatchewan

$0.26

Gambia

$1.46



403 Alberta

$0.26

Georgia

$1.78



416 Ontario/Toronto

$0.26

Germany

$0.42



418 Quebec

$0.26

Ghana

$1.46



506 New Brunswick

$0.26

Gibraltar

$0.98



514 Quebec/Montreal

$0.26

Greece

$0.90



519 Ontario

$0.26

Greenland

$1.06



604 British Columbia

$0.26

Grenada

$1.30



613 Ontario

$0.26

Guadeloupe

$1.12



706 Ontario

$0.26

Guam

$0.54



709 Newfoundland

$0.26

Guantanamo Bay

$1.60



807 Ontario

$0.26

Guatemala

$1.12



819 Quebec

$0.26

Guinea

$1.56



Guinea-Bissau

$2.32

Montserrat

$1.44



Guyana

$1.94

Morocco

$1.06



Haiti

$1.58

Mozambique

$1.58



Honduras

$1.48

Mustique

$0.10



Hong Kong

$1.08

Myanmar (Burma)

$2.64



Hungary

$0.66

Nakhodka

$1.34



Iceland

$0.76

Namibia

$1.44



India

$1.92

Nauru Islands

$2.12



Indonesia

$1.40

Nepal

$2.02



Iran

$2.28

Netherlands

$0.42



Iraq

$2.86

Netherlands Ant

$1.00



Ireland

$0.60

Nevis

$0.10



Israel

$0.58

New Caledonia

$1.64



Italy

$0.54

New Zealand

$0.50



Ivory Coast

$2.24

Nicaragua

$1.20



Jamaica

$1.56

Niger Republic

$1.96



Japan

$0.90

Nigeria

$1.92



Jordan

$2.06

Niue

$2.48



Kazakhstan

$1.80

Norfolk Island

$1.16



Kenya

$1.80

Norway

$0.38



Kirghiz

$0.10

Oman

$1.90



Kiribati

$2.48

Pakistan

$2.04



Korea, North

$2.22

Palau

$1.96



Korea, South

$0.86

Palm Island

$0.10



Kuwait

$1.96

Panama

$1.30



Kyrgyzstan

$2.14

Papua New Guinea

$1.14



Laos

$1.82

Paraguay

$1.52



Latvia

$0.92

Peru

$1.30



Lebanon

$1.82

Philippines

$1.16



Lesotho

$1.34

Poland

$0.82



Liberia

$1.24

Portugal

$0.70



Libya

$1.10

Qatar

$1.94



Liechtenstein

$0.48

Reunion Island

$1.40



Lithuania

$0.96

Romania

$1.12



Luxembourg

$0.44

Russia

$1.28



Macao

$1.32

Rwanda

$1.81



Macedonia

$1.26

Saipan

$0.88



Madagascar

$2.14

Sakhalin

$1.34



Malawi

$1.36

San Marino

$1.08



Malaysia

$0.68

Sao Tome

$2.92



Maldives

$1.56

Saudi Arabia

$2.02



Mali Republic

$2.18

Senegal Republic

$2.38



Malta

$0.76

Seychelles

$2.76


Country

Rate – 24 hours

Country

Rate – 24 hours



Marshall Islands

$1.38

Sierra Leone

$1.90



Martinique

$0.10

Singapore

$0.94



Mauritania

$2.02

Slovakia

$0.78



Mauritius

$1.80

Slovenia

$0.84



Mayotte Islands

$2.22

Solomon Islands

$2.18



Mexico


Somalia

$6.02



Zones 1-2

$0.50

South Africa

$1.20



Zones 3-5

$0.66

Spain

$0.56



Zones 6-8

$1.04

Sri Lanka

$1.96


Micronesia

$1.52

St. Helena

$2.10


Moldova

$1.30

St. Kitts

$1.02


Monaco

$0.58

St. Lucia

$1.24



Mongolia

$2.42

St. Pierre/Miquelon

$0.86



St. Vincent/Grenadines

$1.34

Ukraine

$1.02



Sudan

$1.48

Union Island

$0.10



Suriname

$2.35

United Arab Emirates

$1.34



Swaziland

$0.94

United Kingdom

$0.24



Sweden

$0.36

Uruguay

$1.52



Switzerland

$0.46

Uzbekistan

$1.62



Syria

$1.96

Vanuatu

$2.58



Taiwan

$1.06

Vatican City

$0.60



Tanzania

$1.60

Venezuela

$1.00



Thailand

$1.48

Vietnam

$2.36



Togo

$2.00

Wallis/Futunia

$1.34



Tonga

$2.07

West Samoa

$1.82



Trinidad/Tobago

$1.40

Yemen Arab Republic

$1.76



Tunisia

$1.06

Yemen Peoples Republic

$0.10



Turkey

$0.98

Yugoslavia

$1.04



Turkmenistan

$2.06

Zaire

$1.44



Turks/Caico

$1.24

Zanbia

$1.72



Tuvalu

$1.94

Zimbabwe

$1.06



Uganda

$1.64





4.         Calling Features

  1. All Call Forwarding………………………………….. $    1.50
  2. Call Forwarding-No Answer………………………. $    1.50
  3. Call Forwarding-Busy……………………………….. $    1.50
  4. Call Waiting…………………………………………….. $    1.50
  5. Cancel Call Waiting………………………………….. $    1.50
  6. Selective Call Rejection…………………………….. $    1.50
  7. Speed Calling…………………………………………… $    1.50
  8. Caller ID………………………………………………….. $    6.50
  9. Call Name & Number Block………………………. $    1.50
  10. Three-Way Calling……………………………………. $    1.50
  11. Serial Hunt………………………………………………. $    5.00
  12. Voice Mail ………………………………………………. $    6.75

5.         Calling Feature Packages

  1. Call Feature Package #1 – Voicemail or
    Caller ID and three other features for ……………………. $    6.105
  2. Call Feature Package #2 – Voicemail and
    Caller ID and five other features for ……………………… $    9.95

6.         Telecommunications Surcharges

  1. Customer dialed/automated……………………….. $      0.77
  2. Customer dialed calling card station……………. $      0.77
  3. Customer dialed and operator assisted………… $      1.91
  4. Customer dialed/operator must assist…………… $      0.77
  5. Operator Station……………………………………….. $      1.91
  6. Operator dialed surcharge …………………………. $      0.98
  7. Person to Person……………………………………….. $      6.17
  8. Busy line verify………………………………………… $      6.75
  9. Busy line intercept…………………………………….. $      6.50
  10. Information Service Access Blocking………….. $      5.00
    1. Pre-subscribed Interexchange
      Carrier Charge……………………………………….. $      5.00
    2. E911 Charge…………………………………………….. $      0.50
    3. Universal Service Charge…………………………… $      0.30

7.         Miscellaneous Telecommuncations Rates.

  1. Additional or alternate listings, per listing……. $      0.50
  2. Private service, per listing…………………………… $      1.50
    1. Foreign or nonsubscriber service,
      per listing………………………………………………. $      2.00
    2. Per DID Line……………………………………………. $    39.00
    3. Non-recurring DID charge, per line…………….. $    65.00
    4. Block of 100 reserved numbers…………………… $  265.00
      1. Toll Restriction Service
        (outgoing calls only)……………………………….. $      3.00
      2. Non-recurring Toll Restriction charge………….. $      5.00
      3. Vacation/Suspended Service rate………………… 50% of regular rate
      4. Customized Telephone Number

Non-recurring charge, per line…………………….. $    25.00

Information Service Access Blocking………….. $      5.00

  1. Telephone number change*

First number change …………………………………. $    25.00

Two or more number changes…………………….. $    50.00

  1. Reconnect from a disconnect for
    non-payment………………………………………….. $    15.00
  2. Returned Check/
    Returned ACH Notice Fee……………………… $    15.00

8.         Mileage Rates.

Between buildings on same premises

Per two wire circuit……………………………………………… $      8.00

Each additional ¼ mile or fraction thereof

Per two wire circuit……………………………………………… $      2.00

9.         End User Common Line Charge (Subscriber Line Charge)

Residential………………………………………………………….. $      6.50

Single-Line Business……………………………………………. $      6.50

Multi-Line Business…………………………………………….. $      9.00

10.       ISDN Line Charges

Business……………………………………………………………… $    90.00

Residential………………………………………………………….. $    90.00

ISDN BRI Line Port……………………………………………. $      7.00/arrangement

ISDN PRI Line Port……………………………………………. $    46.00/arrangement

11.       Switched Access Service

A.        Non Recurring Charges

B.        Local Transport – Installation Entrance Facility

Voice Grade Two Wire…………………………………………. $ 230.00

Voice Grade Four Wire………………………………………… $ 230.00

High Capacity DS1………………………………………………. $ 251.00

C.        Interim NXX Translation Per Order

Per LATA or Market Area…………………………………….. $ 136.00

D.        FGC and FGD Conversion of Multi-Frequency Address Signaling to SS7 Signaling or SS7 Signaling to Multi-frequency Address Signaling

Per 24 Trunks Activated or Fraction Thereof
on a Per Order Basis………………………………………….. $ 321.00

E.         Direct Trunked Transport Activation

Per 24 Trunks Activated or Fraction
Thereof on a Per Order basis……………………. $… 310.00

F.         Local Transport

G.        Premium Access

Entrance Facility, Per Termination

Voice Grade Two Wire…………………….. $    46.79

Voice Grade Four Wire…………………….. $    71.67

High Capacity DS1………………………….. $  191.82

Direct Trunked Transport

Direct Trunked Facility, Per Mile

Voice Grade……………………………………. $      3.19

High Capacity………………………………….. $    20.76

12.       Channel Signaling Network Connection

A.        Signaling Network Access Link

Signaling Mileage Facility Per Mile……………………………… ICB

Signaling Mileage Termination, Per Termination……………. ICB

Signal Entrance Facility, Per Facility……………………………. ICB

B.        STP Port, Per Port……………………………………………………… ICB

13.       Directory Assistance Service, Per Call………………………………. $      2.00

14.       Operator Transfer Service, Per Call Transferred…………………. $      0.4588

15.       Special Access Service

A.        Voice Grade Service

Channel Termination Per Termination

Two Wire Service……………………………………… $.. 46.79

Two Wire Nonrecurring Charge………………….. $ 230.00

Four Wire Service……………………………………… $.. 71.67

Four Wire Nonrecurring Charge………………….. $ 230.00

Channel Mileage

Channel Mileage Facility …………………………… $…. 3.19/mile

Channel Mileage Termination,
Per Termination………………………………………. $.. 32.07

Optional Features and Functions

Voice Bridging

Two Wire………………………………………. $      6.50

Four Wire……………………………………… $      6.50

Data Bridging Per Port

Two Wire………………………………………. $      6.50

Four Wire……………………………………… $      6.50

Telephoto Bridging Per Port

Two Wire………………………………………. $      6.50

Four Wire……………………………………… $      6.50

DATAPHONE Select-A-Station Bridging

Sequential Arrangment, Ports Per
Channel Connected

Two Wire………………………………………. $    22.19

Four Wire……………………………………… $  117.70

Addressable Arrangement, Ports Per
Channel Connected

Two Wire………………………………………. $    23.75

Four Wire……………………………………… $  102.80

Telemetry and Alarm Bridging

Active Bridging Channel Connections
Per Channel Connected

Split Band…………………………………….. $      8.89

Summation……………………………………. $      3.47

Passive Bridging Channel Connections
Per Channel Connected……………………………. $      0.24

Conditioning Per Termination

C Type………………………………………….. $      7.20

Improved Attenuation Distortion…….. None

Improved Envelope Delay Distortion.. None

Data Capability……………………………… $      6.105

Telephoto Capability………………………. $      9.02

Sealing Current………………………………. None

Improved Return Loss For Effective
Two Wire or Four Wire Transmission
Per Termination

Two Wire………………………………………. $    12.80

Four Wire……………………………………… $    12.80

Customer Specified Receive Level,

Per Two Wire Termination…………………………. $      8.80

Multiplexing Per Arrangement Voice

To Telegraph Grade…………………………………… $  226.19

Signaling Capability, Per Termination………….. $    12.95

Selective Signaling Arrangement,
Per Arrangement………………………………………. $      6.50

Transfer Arrangement
(key activated or dial up)

Per four port arrangement, including
control channel termination………………………. $      3.13

Per five port arrangement including
control channel termination………………………. $      7.14

Public Packet Switching Network Interface Arrangement, Per Arrangement           ICB

B.        High Capacity Service.

Channel Termination, Per Termination,
DS1, 1.544 Mbps

Monthly Rate…………………………………………… $  191.82

Nonrecurring Charge…………………………………. $  251.00

Channel Mileage Facility, Per Mile………………………… $    20.76

Channel Mileage Termination, Per Termination……….. $  102.39

Optional Features and Functions

DS1 to Voice………………………………………………………. $  183.12

Automatic Loop Transfer, Per Arrangement……………. $  158.00

Transfer Arrangement (key activated or dial-up),
Per Four Port Arrangement Including Control
Channel Termination………………………………………….. $  172.20

Clear Channel Capability, Per 1.544 Mbps
Transmission path………………………………………………. ICB

Network Channel Terminating Equipment,
Per Termination

1.544 Mbps…………………………………………………………. $    89.60

Automatic Loop Transfer……………………………………… $  360.00

16.       Other Services.

A.        Access Ordering

Access Order Charge Per Order…………………………….. $  136.00

Service Date Change Charge Per Order………………….. $    53.00

Design Change Charge…………………………………………. $    53.00

Miscellaneous Service Order Charge,
Per Occurrence………………………………………………….. $    53.00

B.        Additional Engineering Periods

Basic Time Per Engineer

Normally Scheduled
Working Hours………………………………………………….. $    25.35/half hour

Overtime Per Engineer ………………………………………… $    38.02/half hour

Premium Time Outside of Scheduled
Work Day, Per Engineer…………………………………….. $    50.69/half hour

C.        Additional Labor

Additional Labor Periods, Installation or Repair

Overtime Per Technician………………………………………. $    33.03/half hour

Premium Time Per Technician……………………………….. $    46.04/half hour

Stand By

Basic Time, Normally Scheduled Working
Hours……………………………………………………………….. $    22.92/half hour

Overtime Per Technician………………………………………. $    36.37/half hour

Premium Time, Per Tech………………………………………. $    45.83/half hour

17.       Other Services.

A.        Additional Automatic Testing- Switched Access

To First Point of Switching

Additional Tests

Gain-Slope Tests…………………………………………………. $      2.89/Test/Path

C-Notched Noise Tests………………………………………… $      2.89/Test/Path

1004 Hz Loss……………………………………………………… $      2.89/Test/Path

C-Message Noise…………………………………………………. $      2.89/Test/Path

Balance (Return Loss)………………………………………….. $      2.89/Test/Path

Telecommunications Service Priority

Per Service Arranged, Nonrecurring Charge……………. $    56.63

Controller Arrangement

Per Month, Per Arrangement………………………………… $  100.00

Presubscription

Per Telephone Exchange Service Line or Trunk………. $      5.00

Blocking Service

Per Exchange Service Line or Trunk and/or
Per Feature Group A Switched Access Line…………. $    11.20

Billing Name and Address Service

Per BNA Order…………………………………………………… $    50.94

Per BNA Record………………………………………………….       $0.33

Optional Magnetic Tape, Per Magnetic Tape…………… $    91.44

Optional Format Programming Charge,
Per Half Hour or Fraction…………………………………… $    37.20

Originating Line Screening Service

Per Exchange Service Line……………………………………. $      7.95

Coin Supervision Additive Service

Per Exchange Service Line……………………………………. $      2.21/month

18.       Special Federal Government Access Services

A.        Voice Grade Secure Communications

Type I, each T-3 Conditioning………………………………. ICB & Charges

Additional Conditioning, Per Service
Termination………………………………………………………. ICB & Charges

Type II, each G-1 Conditioning…………………………….. ICB & Charges

Type III, each G-2 Conditioning…………………………… ICB & Charges

Additional Conditioning, Per Service
Termination………………………………………………………. ICB & Charges

Type IV, each G-3 Conditioning…………………………… ICB & Charges

Additional Conditioning, Per Service
Termination………………………………………………………. ICB & Charges

B.        Wideband Digital Special Access Service

Type I, each………………………………………………………… ICB & Charges

Type II, each………………………………………………………. ICB & Charges

Type III, each……………………………………………………… ICB & Charges

19.       Special Facilities Routing of Access Services

A.        Diversity…………………………………………………………….. ICB

B.        Avoidance………………………………………………………….. ICB

C.        Diversity and Avoidance Combined………………………. ICB

D.        Cable-Only Facilities……………………………………………. ICB

20.       Specialized Service or Arrangements………………………………… ICB

113.11    MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES.

  1. Two-day posting fee………………………………………………………. $    10.00
  2. Trip Charge/Disconnect Fee for nonpayment…………………….. $    10.00
  3. Initial Connection/Reconnect Fee…………………………………….. $    15.00
  4. Meter Reading Appointment/Estimating Fee…………………….. $      5.00
  5. Standard Service Call……………………………………………………… $    15.00




* Rates may not be current. For current rates contact the Hawarden City Offices.