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Senate OKs restrictions on municipal cable systems

Updated Wednesday, May 5, 2011
By DAVID BORAKS
DavidsonNews.net

Town and MI-Connection Communications System officials said Tuesday that legislation to set new rules for government-owned communications networks won’t affect day-to-day operations of the system owned by Davidson and Mooresville. But they worry that the bill’s proposed territory restrictions could hurt the system’s value if the towns decided to exit the business.

The state Senate gave final approval on Tuesday to the “Level Playing Field/Local Government Competition” bill, which would set new limits on cities and towns that want to build communications networks and restrict where municipal cable TV, internet and telephone businesses can operate.

The bill specifically exempts a handful of existing systems from the new rules, including MI-Connection and city-owned systems in Salisbury and Wilson. But it limits where those systems can operate.

The Senate’s 39-10 vote – without discussion – means the bill now goes back to the House of Representatives. Senate Bill 87 is a revised version of H129, which the House approved last month. The House now must either concur with the Senate amendments or the bill would go to a joint committee to reconcile the two bills. Once both Houses agree, a final bill would have be signed by Gov. Beverly Perdue.

Private cable and telephone companies, including Time Warner Cable, have sought legislation for years in North Carolina to limit competition from government-owned communications systems. The companies argue that municipalities have unfair advantages.

After the House approved the bill in March, Time Warner Cable applauded the vote, and a spokeswoman said the bill was “about municipal and private providers playing by the same rules.”

The bill’s opponents, including some cities and towns and the N.C. League of Municipalities believe local governments should be free to offer high-speed communications, especially in places where private companies have been unwilling to offer service.

‘NOT A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD’

John Venzon of Davidson, who chairs MI-Connection’s board, said Tuesday, “Overall, MI-Connection should be able to operate under the proposed legislation, although it certainly does not represent a ‘level playing field,’ despite the name of the bill. In fact, it further in restricts us. It imposes territory limitations, which are not imposed on our competition. Is that fair and level?”

MI-Connection currently has about 15,000 customers in Mooresville, Davidson, Cornelius and parts of south Iredell and north Mecklenburg counties. It’s free to operate wherever it wants, just like a private company, as long as it files the proper paperwork with the state. It competes against private companies included Time Warner, AT&T, Windstream and satellite TV companies.

But the bill approved by the Senate Tuesday sets specific boundaries, encompassing the incorporated areas of Mooresville, Davidson, Huntersville and Cornelius, all of Iredell County south of I-40, except for Statesville and most of Mecklenberg County north of the I-485 corridor.

Mooresville Town Manager Erskine Smith also expressed concern about the bill. “Obviously we’re concerned about any bill that’s going to limit our ability to service the debt and expand the system, and give citizens a chance for competition for a service that would benefit them and ultimately our community – high speed broadband and cable service,” he told DavidsonNews.net on Wednesday.

He also expressed concern that the bill contradicts the efforts of the Federal Communications Commission to encourage the expansion of access to high-speed internet, including to areas where private companies have chosen not to operate.

Davidson Mayor John Woods said Tuesday MI-Connection deserves to be treated the same as private companies.

“We strongly object to the territory limits that this bill will impose on MI-Connection which are not imposed on other broadband providers. In addition, MI-Connection would remain subject to open meeting laws, which do not apply to those other providers,” he said.

Mr. Venzon also said local governments already face other rules that put them at a disadvantage to private competitors, including the requirement to operate under the N.C. Public Records Law. That “limits our board from operating as freely as a private company. Could we get access to the strategic plans, pricing strategies and competitive analysis for other broadband, cable and satellite providers? That would level the playing field,” Mr. Venzon told DavidsonNews.net.

HARDER TO SELL

Some Davidson and Mooresville officials who were elected after the towns bought MI-Connection in 2007 have said publicly they’d like to see the towns sell it if they get the chance. At the moment, that’s not possible because the towns still owe most of the $92.5 million they borrowed to buy and upgrade the network. If they tried to sell, they’d still be liable for the full debt, like a homeowner trying to sell a house worth less than its mortgage balance.

And Mr. Venzon said restricting the system’s ability to expand could make an exit more difficult.

“Territory limitations are bad for free enterprise and in particular could limit our long-term value and the potential of our system. This could negatively impact our communities, the businesses we serve and the individual residents in Mooresville, Davidson and our surrounding communities,” he said.

The bill’s new rules would require cities and towns to get voter approval for any debt they issue to pay for communications networks. They also would have to hold public hearings on their plans. And since cities and towns are exempt from taxes, they would be required to make payments in lieu of taxes to themselves equal to what a private company would have to pay.

Tuesday’s Senate vote was the second of two this week. As of 6 p.m., the vote tally had not been posted. On Monday night, the state Senate voted 37-9 in favor of the bill in a preliminary vote. Senators backing the bill in that earlier vote included state Sen. Fletcher L. Hartsell Jr. (R-Concord), who represents Iredell and Cabarrus counties. Sen. Malcolm Graham (D-Charlotte), who represents north and northeast Mecklenburg, voted against the bill.

RELATED LINKS

May 3, 2011, “Senate to vote on new rules for public data networks.”

March 29, 2011, “House OKs bill to limit municipal broadband.”

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6 Responses to “Senate OKs restrictions on municipal cable systems”

  1. Joe Hutchens says:

    I have no idea whether this legislation is a good idea or not. If it prevents other municipalities from making the costly mistakes Davidson has made then it is a good thing. On the other hand, the fact that it is supported by Time Warner makes me suspicious.

    But the reaction of MI-Connection supporters is just as suspicious.

    Mayor Woods believes MI-Connection should be treated the same as other competitors. Does this mean he would support the town of Davidson subsidizing “other competitors” $2,000,000 annually from our town’s tax revenues? Level playing field indeed.

    Mr. Venzon believes the bill limits MI-Connection from operating freely as a private company. Well, Mr. Venzon, NEWS FLASH!, MI-Connection is NOT a private company. It is a government supported enterprise, for better or for worse. Level playing field indeed.

    It’s a sorry mess. I wish we could get out of it whole, but the facts are MI-Connection is and will remain very costly for all Davidson land owners well into the future.

  2. Rodney Graham says:

    I would be more receptive to the arguments made by elected officials and MI-C board members that MI-Connection should be treated like a private company had they not asked for (and ultimately received) a rebate paid on sales taxes based on the argument that since they are government owned they are tax exempt.

    You can’t have it both ways. Arguments can be made based on the dollar and expediency, or arguments can be made based upon a consistently applied standard. In the long run, the latter approach is the least costly.

  3. John Venzon says:

    Joe and Rodney,

    Thank you for your comments.

    First, on the taxes, I agree we cannot have it both ways. In fact, if granted the ability to function on a true level playing field, I believe we should pay taxes. We filed for the original rebate based on the law at the time.

    With regard to fair rules on communication, I would like to point out that today we confirmed that Andy Stevens, a frequent attendee at our board meetings and vocal community critic works for Time Warner Cable. He was greeted by one of our employees while in a TWC uniform and driving one of their logo-ed vehicles. He has been active in using our publicly available information to turn our potential customers against us and to stir up fear, uncertainty and doubt about MI-Connection while hiding his motives. He does not live in our town or service area, so he does not ‘have a dog in the fight’ unless you consider who signs his paycheck. Could I attend competitors’ regular board meetings to see what they are doing?

    To make matters worse, he has used the Freedom of Information Act to gain access to every communication between the towns, the board and management. So Time Warner does in fact sit in our meetings … and we are required to provide the meeting notes.

    In corporate America, this would constitute espionage. In our situation, it is free and legal. I find it deplorable. I hope you agree.

    I believe we should be required to report information just as publicly traded companies do and would adhere to all such requirement. That system promotes transparency to shareholders on a quarterly basis. In addition, we would continue to attend town board meetings and community roundtables to disclose information to citizens.

    In another setting, I would be happy to debate the merits of public ownership of a utility that promotes the well being of its citizens and businesses within their community. However, we are in the midst of executing a decision that was made several years ago and are responsible to grow the business.

    I do not mind a fair fight, and we must win based on the value of our products and services. However, don’t unfairly give advantage to our competitors and put our citizens at greater risk.

    John Venzon of Davidson is the chair of MI-Connection’s board of directors.

  4. David Boraks says:

    FACT CHECK: As editor, I’ve double checked Mr. Venzon’s comment and spoken directly to Mr. Stevens, who in the past has denied working for Time Warner. Today, he acknowledged to me that he does work for Time Warner Cable.

    Mr. Stevens tells me: “Yes, it is correct that I work for TWC (Time Warner Cable). … I have taken great pains to separate my employment from my criticisms. My position as a TWC employee is that of a BB I/S Tech (Installation and Service). I am not a member of TWC management nor do I report to them on matters MI-Connection, nor do I receive any special treatment as a result of my non-work related activities.”

    It concerns me that Mr. Stevens hasn’t acknowledged his employment in the past when we’ve asked, or when he has commented regularly on this site about MI-Connection. My apologies to readers who (like me) may have been misled.

    He is absolutely free to argue that his employment doesn’t affect is views. But he needs to disclose it.

    DavidsonNews.net and CorneliusNews.net are different from other websites in that we require commenters to identify themselves by name. It’s also only fair that they disclose information that could give readers insight into their views, especially when we ask directly.

    We treat comments more like letters to the editor. In the past, we’ve gotten into legal trouble over anonymous comments, so we changed our policy and approach. We don’t want our comment sections to devolve into the ugly name-calling, mudslinging and inaccuracy that you’ll find on other sites. We want a conversation that is constructive and contributes to the public debate.

    As you might imagine, I’ve gotten a fair amount of hate mail over our policy, but it’s central to our philosophy as a community-oriented site.

    I have been in conversations this morning with Time Warner Cable in Charlotte about this, in part to find out what their policies are. Mr. Stevens’ situation creates the appearance that TWC is using an employee to quietly obtain information and influence public debate. They’re completely free to do that under the laws.

    A Time Warner spokesman said: “We can’t prevent our employees from voicing their personal opinions, but we also have policies in place about public comments.”

  5. Joe Hutchens says:

    I don’t know Andy Stevens so I cannot comment on his situation or his motives. However, this is exactly the type of situation the town opened itself up for when it decided to challenge private enterprise on its own turf. I would expect there will be more of this type thing going on. It is a tough business our town has taken on, and the competitors in this industry are relentless. It’s not quite like running Mayberry.

    It is the town that has put its citizens in jeopardy by taking on such a high risk venture. The taxpayers of Davidson, who had no vote on the matter, are paying the price. I like the fact that the new bill will require municipalities to obtain voter approval for debt issuance. If that legislation had been in place a few years earlier our town would not be in the mess it is in.

  6. Rodney Graham says:

    The U.S. got Bin Laden; MI-Connection got Andy Stevens. What a week.

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