The Tacoma Public Utilities board now has at least three public funding options to weigh for expanding Click Cable TV into internet and phone service, and the newest of them doesn’t require any money from the city’s general fund to subsidize the system.
The Tacoma Public Utilities board now has at least three public funding options to weigh for expanding Click Cable TV into internet and phone service, and the newest of them doesn’t require any money from the city’s general fund to subsidize the system. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file
The Tacoma Public Utilities board now has at least three public funding options to weigh for expanding Click Cable TV into internet and phone service, and the newest of them doesn’t require any money from the city’s general fund to subsidize the system. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file

TPU board member: City shouldn’t have to pay for Click

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