Rates for Click Cable TV are one step closer to being raised for the first time since 2014. The Tacoma Public Utilities board voted to increase rates for Click an average of 12.9 percent in 2017, effective March 1. That vote still has to go to the city’s Government Performance and Finance Committee and must be approved by the City Council before the rate hike would take effect.
Rates for Click Cable TV are one step closer to being raised for the first time since 2014. The Tacoma Public Utilities board voted to increase rates for Click an average of 12.9 percent in 2017, effective March 1. That vote still has to go to the city’s Government Performance and Finance Committee and must be approved by the City Council before the rate hike would take effect. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file, 2015
Rates for Click Cable TV are one step closer to being raised for the first time since 2014. The Tacoma Public Utilities board voted to increase rates for Click an average of 12.9 percent in 2017, effective March 1. That vote still has to go to the city’s Government Performance and Finance Committee and must be approved by the City Council before the rate hike would take effect. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file, 2015

Proposed 2017 rate hike for Click Cable TV clears first hurdle

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