Lawsuit brings $3.4M to local utility [telecom]

LONG BEACH - Pacific County Public Utility District No. 2 has won a

12-year legal struggle against two telecommunications companies over the rates it charges for access to its poles.

Comcast of Washington and Charter Communications decided not to appeal an April 8 ruling granting the PUD $3.38 million in unpaid rates, legal expenses and interest. PUD received its checks June

  1. CenturyLink is fighting on, trying to get the Washington State Supreme Court to take the case and overturn a lower appellate court ruling. According to PUD General Manager Jason Dunsmore, CenturyLink could owe around .1 million, a number that would grow with interest if the case continues to drag out.

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