Tussle Continues in Lebanon, Ohio

Haugsted, Linda
September 2004
Multichannel News;9/20/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 38, p51
This article focuses on a mandate that favors the city's telecommunications network. Time Warner Cable and home builders in Ohio will get another chance to fight a Lebanon, Ohio, law that requires new construction to be connected to the city's telecommunications network. The dispute began last March, when the city council passed a new law demanding that new residences and commercial structures be connected to the city-owned broadband plant, which provides video, high-speed Internet services, telephony and meter-reading capacity to the city's approximately 17000 citizens.


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