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Glenville protests cable company fee

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Glenville officials have sent a cease-and-desist letter to Time Warner Cable, telling the company to stop passing through 5 percent of its franchise fee to customers instead of the 2 percent specified in the contract. Supervisor Chris Koetzle confirmed that the letter was sent on March 30. If there is no action, Koetzle said the town is prepared to take the step of contacting the state’s Public Utility Commission or the Federal Communications Commission. The ...


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comanche
April 14, 2011
8:11 a.m.

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FIOS

mlavare
April 14, 2011
8:31 a.m.

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Direct TV

deeder
April 14, 2011
8:31 a.m.

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Way to go Town Of Glenville! In my opinion they need some push back!

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