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At 11:39 a.m., this morning, Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 25, 2004, a check of the ongoing Columbiamagazine.com survey "Should Columbia build a cable/fast internet/phone system (similar to Glasgow's)?" is showiing that more now feel that it's a swell idea.
The survey also indicates a decreasing opposition to the idea.
The tally stood at 81.36% in favor, only 6% against, and 8.47% don't care.
To learn more about the Glasgow system, click on this link: Glasgow Cable System
The idea of municipal ownership of basic utilities has gained interest in recent days, as Mayor Jerry Abramson has promoted the idea of the City of Louisville buying LG&E, the company which provides electricity in the City of Columbia.
Governor Ernie Fletcher has also shown interest in having the Commonwealth of Kentucky participate in the venture, should a purchase from the German owners become possible.
A link to a WKYT-News Channel 27 story on the subject is at this link:
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