Someone should stop the sale of Networx until the citizens of Memphis get some answers. Why can't current customers be serviced until we find out the true value of the 100 miles of fiber optic lines and the hardware/software assets?
Other cities in America offer wireless and wired Internet to their citizens. What is the value for Memphis doing the same? Can Networx do this?
Other cities have wireless meter reading systems. What is the value for Memphis doing the same? Can Networx do this?
Will we be paying the new owner for providing these services in the future?
P.S. Can you explain how MLGW went from an 80% ownership position to less than than 50% while putting up 69% of the money?
By Hannah Sayle, Chris Herrington, Chris Shaw, Louis Goggans, Greg Akers and Bruce VanWyngarden
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