Alabama Priority Codes
0 - Open
1 - Priority - Severly damaged, Osmose Priority poles, needs immediate attention
2 - Reject - Routine change out, not immediate, Osmose Reject Poles
3 - Damaged - Accident
4 - New Customer - needs change out, work by Required Date
5 - Routine Improvements - Ex. CATV make ready work
6 - Old Transfers - New ticket created to reinstate un-completed
7 - Reserved
8 - Reserved
9 - Reserved
Download a list of Alabama Priority Codes here.
In June of 2002, representatives of both Alabama Power and BellSouth (now AT&T) met for the first time to discuss the common use of NJUNS. In 2003, A pilot program was initiated in Montgomery to evaluate the effectiveness of NJUNS in tracking pole transfers and change-outs. An agreement was reached at that time to share the NJUNS set up and maintenance fees between the two utilities. In 2005, the pilot program was deemed a success and the use of NJUNS was expanded statewide. By the end of 2007, NJUNS was in use by a majority of pole owners and pole attachers within the combined service territory of Alabama Power and AT&T. Currently, there are approximately 100 registered NJUNS member utilities in the State of Alabama encompassing most of the geographical area of the state.
NJUNS provides one Alabama user group meeting a year. This gives users an opportunity to discuss NJUNS and joint use related issues. The meeting dates and minutes of these meetings are posted within this portfolio.
AT&T and Alabama Power Company
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