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Glenville, Time Warner mired in cable quarrel

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Time Warner Cable and the town are still at an impasse over what the town says were fees charged to subscribers that were higher than in the original contract. Earlier this year as the town was prepared to sign a new 10-year pact, a resident alerted town officials that the company was collecting a 5 percent “pass-through” fee from customers instead of a 2 percent fee that had been specified in the town’s current cable ...

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westervelt
March 9, 2011
11:22 a.m.

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get off the teat capitol district (glenville people), get rid of your Time Warner monopoly and get direct TV, way better customer service, better rates, nfl, nhl , mlb , nba networks all come with standard packages... I had TIme Warner service for 20plus years and they were aweful in custoemr service, repairs etc... Also if Glenville town politicians were looking out for its people they would let Verizon Fios TV move in and start offering paackages. Its my understanding Verizon would love to but Glenville town has shot them down...

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