By DAVID BORAKS
MI-Connection Communications System’s switch to new billing and technical support systems this summer negatively affected service for many customers, officials said last week. But the problems didn’t keep the town-owned company from adding customers and growing revenues in the fiscal 2015 first quarter that ended Sept. 30.
“We had great financial growth, great subscriber growth – the same or higher than prior years, and that’s despite all the turmoil over the past 90 days,” Chief Executive David Auger told board members at their quarterly meeting Thursday.
- Also at the meeting, auditors gave a mostly clean report to MI-Connection’s fiscal 2014 year-end financial statements. See below.