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Wilsonís Fiber-Optic Cable Boondoggle: City Invests $28 Million in a Technology That Could Be Obsolete Before Itís Paid For

Dr. Michael Sanera
Jan. 6th, 2009
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The City of Wilson’s $28 million investment in a fiber-optic cable system for Internet, phone and television could be obsolete even before it is paid for, leaving city taxpayers and electric utility users to pay the balance on the 25-year bonds.

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