Conn. Utility Plots Comcast Overbuild

Haugsted, Linda
July 2001
Multichannel News;7/16/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 29, p18
Focuses on Groton, Connecticut-based Groton Utilities' plan to launch a cable service to compete with the local Comcast Corp. system. Voters' approval of a project to deploy fiber throughout the electric and water utility's service area; Expansion of the project to include cable television delivery; Need for the utility to overbuild all of Comcast's franchise.


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