By DAVID BORAKS
Officials at MI-Connection Communications System sounded an upbeat note Thursday as they reported the company’s best annual financial results since its 2007 founding. In an interview after a board meeting at Davidson Town Hall, the system’s CEO also reported another milestone: At year’s end, the network owned by Mooresville and Davidson made its first-ever payment back to the towns.
That payment was small – only $277,000 – but it was symbolic, according to chief executive David Auger.
“We made our first payment in June to the towns, for debt,” Mr. Auger told DavidsonNews.net. “It’s the first time the company’s ever contributed from revenues … to pay down debt. So that’s great news, and we’ll do substantially more than that in 2013.” Read the full story