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Why was Charter Cable stringing lines along Market Street in Wilmington?

John Peaspanen


According to management at Charter Communications, the crews seen in Wilmington were nothing out of the ordinary.

Kristina B. Hill, senior communications manager for Charter’s South Region, said, “If Charter technicians were observed at work on Market Street, they would likely have been either attending to routine maintenance of the aerial infrastructure that runs from Market Street to nearby neighborhoods served by Charter or other preventative work.”

Hill added that the sighting should not be assumed to be a precursor to any expansion of services to Wilmington, which is served by Time Warner Cable.


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