• On August 21, 2012, North County Communications Corp. of Oregon filed a complaint against CenturyLink with the Oregon Public Utility Commission (OPUC) alleging that CenturyLink has failed to pay local termination charges pursuant to the parties’ interconnection agreement (ICA). North County alleges that CenturyLink has failed to pay for local traffic termination since January 2009, but that the parties entered into a tolling agreement in July 2010 while they attempted to negotiate a settlement. North County now alleges in its complaint, however, that CenturyLink broke off negotiations and threatened to disconnect North County by July 16, 2012, but that the parties later agreed to resolve the dispute before the OPUC. North County also alleges that CenturyLink has been overcharging it for multiplexing fees related to interconnection facilities and fees associated with circuit installation. North County asks the OPUC to determine the amount it is owed and to find that CenturyLink’s charges for circuit installation and multiplexing are unlawful under the parties’ ICA. Docket No. IC 16