Updated Friday, May 27, 5:13 p.m.
By DAVID BORAKS
MI-Connection Communications System and the Virginia company that operates the network for the towns of Davidson and Mooresville have agreed in principle on most elements of a new contract that would bring many of the system’s business functions in house as of July 1, the system’s transition consultant told the board Thursday night. The deal eventually could create 16 jobs at MI-Connection headquarters in Mooresville and the towns have said it would give them more control over the system’s future.
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