Davidson, Mooresville Taxpayers Face Bailout of Municipal Broadband Service
System needs $6.4 million cash infusion over the next year By Jeff Taylor Carolina Journal DAVIDSON - Residents of Davidson and Mooresville have been staggered in recent days by news that the $92.5 million cable TV and broadband system the towns own jointly will require an additional $6.4 million subsidy from taxpayers next year.
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#1 May 17, 2010
When does this end? The TAXPAYERS did not get to vote and ask for the towen to go into cable business so how much more tax are WE going to have to pay to bail them out? I think that all the ones responsible for us being in this situation should be the ones paying. How much pay or profit does MI Connection executives make? If I had my way, every town employee and commissioner that had anything to do with this would be fired and booted out!!!! Mayor I voted for you because of your stand on this issue. What do we or can we do to change this whole issue?
Since: Jan 10
#2 May 17, 2010
Im with you Judy!!! When the hell are these people we voted for going to wake up and do something about this?
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