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Topic - Burlington Telecom
Burlington Telecom is a municipal telecommunications company providing residents of Burlington, Vermont with television, telephone and internet services. The company runs its communications offerings on a city-wide fiber-optic network. - Source: Wikipedia
The city of Burlington, Vt., is looking at financing options for its troubled provider of television, Internet and phone service.
The City Council in Burlington, Vt., has unanimously approved a settlement in a lawsuit over the city's financially troubled provider of television, Internet and phone service.
The mayor of Burlington said Monday the city had reached a proposed $10.5-million settlement in a lawsuit over its financially troubled provider of television, Internet and phone service.
The Vermont Department of Public Service is expected to release a new audit of Burlington's troubled city phone, cable TV and Internet venture.