Illinois Board of Directors
James Darr – AT&T
Kristi Archer – Ameren
Illinois Priority Codes
1 – Emergency – Requires immediate attention
2 – Critical – requires expedited attention – 30 days for construction to be complete (10 days for new construction)
3 – Serious and need prompt attention – 90 days (30 days for new construction)
4 – Must be corrected – 120 days (60 days for new construction)
5 – Must be corrected – 180 days (90 days for new construction)
Download a list of Illinois Priority Codes here.
On April 14, 2005 Ameren IL hosted a meeting inviting; Power, Telecommunication, CATV Companies, Cooperatives, Municipalities as well as Illinois Department of Transportation to attend a presentation on a system known as National Joint Use Notification System (NJUNS). As NJUNs Staff gave an overview of the system, it was clear this system would be beneficial to all companies to communicate transfers and eliminate numerous trips in the field checking on the progress of transfers. Within a few months there was commitment from Ameren IL, AT&T (formerly SBC) and Frontier (formerly Verizon) that Illinois would join NJUNS and be referred to as Illinois Joint Use Notifications System (ILJUNS).
The 3 founding members worked with NJUNS team implementing training to enable IL to go live in November of 2005. Over the years the majority of new members have been CATV and CLEC Companies; at this time our goal is to increase our membership base by approaching the Cooperatives and Municipalities to become part of ILJUNS.
NJUNS provides two Illinois user group meetings 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.
Ameren, AT&T, Frontier Communications
Illinois Service Territory Maps
Ameren Illinois Map
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