The Tacoma Public Utilities board is weighing two options to expand Click Cable TV into internet service, and both rely on the city’s general fund to subsidize the system.
The Tacoma Public Utilities board is weighing two options to expand Click Cable TV into internet service, and both rely on the city’s general fund to subsidize the system. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune
The Tacoma Public Utilities board is weighing two options to expand Click Cable TV into internet service, and both rely on the city’s general fund to subsidize the system. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune

Click funding plans dip into city coffers, give Tacoma council deadline to act

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