Lampasas: Area business speaks out against city feasibility study
Well folks, we couldn’t handle it anymore. The current city leadership for Lampasas not only continually blatantly lies right to our faces but as it turns out they directly stole our engineering plans that we showed them, including exactly where outside fibers where, and on top of that, took a pay off from Nextlink of an insane amount of money in order to get exclusive rights to hang on the city poles. Even our primary competitor in Lampasas County Roll Call was denied access. Clear foulness is a-foot with the Mayor and City Manager both.
Alex Cano from KWTX Channel 10 news out of Waco, TX interviewed us and we where as honest as possible with the interview.
Here is an excerpt from the article:
The city of Lampasas continues to take in suggestions on what kind of internet service people want in their homes or businesses.
It all started with an major power outage in 2017.
“Folks will probably remember in the summer of 2017 we had four to five outages where basically our town was shutdown. Banks had to close their doors, people couldn’t take credit card payments and phones were not working. At that point we felt the city had to step up and at least do an assessment of what we could potentially do” Lampasas city manager, Finley deGraffenried said.
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