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Public Utilities – Municipal – Cable Attachments – Utility Poles – Unreasonable Rates & Terms – Constitutional – Separation of Powers (access required)

Time Warner Entertainment Advance/Newhouse Partnership v. Town of Landis (Lawyers Weekly No. 14-15-0645, 27 pp.) (Calvin Murphy, J.) 2014 NCBC 25 Holding: The defendant-town’s proposal to raise its annual per-pole attachment rate from $3.00 to $18.00 is unreasonable in that it allocates the cost of the pole’s unusable space per capital based on the average number ...

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