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By Barbara Diamond | April 16, 2009
Councilwoman Toni Iseman grilled a Cox Cable representative for 45 minutes at the April 6 meeting, only to find the city is even more a captive audience than the residents. Cox Cable has a franchise to provide the city with video service, which includes the sole right to televise council meetings. However the city has no control over the rates charged the 9,411 customers in town, who are dependent on cable service for television reception. “I assumed when we signed a 10-year contract that we had some ability to control costs,” Iseman said.
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By Barbara Diamond | April 16, 2009
Councilwoman Toni Iseman grilled a Cox Cable representative for 45 minutes at the April 6 meeting, only to find the city is even more a captive audience than the residents. Cox Cable has a franchise to provide the city with video service, which includes the sole right to televise council meetings. However the city has no control over the rates charged the 9,411 customers in town, who are dependent on cable service for television reception. “I assumed when we signed a 10-year contract that we had some ability to control costs,” Iseman said.
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