Across the Border, Verizon Rolls On

Haugsted, Linda
December 2005
Multichannel News;12/5/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 51, p31
The article reports on the local franchises of Verizon Communications Inc. in New York as of 2005. State board of trustees approved a franchising request of the company in Nyack on November 28. An allegation regarding the violation of state-open meeting laws has emerged during the first franchising of Verizon at the Massapequa Park on Long Island. Cablevision and the Cable Television and Telecommunications Association of New York was opposed to a proposed video implementation of Verizon in the state.


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