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46% RADIO TOWER REPAIRS AFTER DERECHO AUDITOR REVIEWS NO-BID CONTRACTS GONZALEZ SIGNED
director Joe Gonzalez circumvented purchasing rules and ignored a directive to halt construction of towers being built by Premier with federal stimulus funds. Legislative Auditor Aaron Allred has directed the state Department of Health...
Published: Tuesday, October 01, 2013
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46% HIGH-SPEED INTERNET GOES HAS DELIBERATELY CANCELED BROADBAND MEETINGS, CITYNET SAYS
On Oct. 6, Martin sent a letter to federal officials asking them to suspend the $126 million broadband grant. He also has filed a protest letter with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, which distributes...
Published: Tuesday, October 19, 2010
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46% HOUSING FUND DIRECTOR RETIRES AMID INVESTIGATION, HATFIELD ENDS 38-YEAR CAREER WITH AGENCY
Tuesday whether Hatfield was present at any of those meetings. Earlier this month, the Gazette requested the same documents under the state Freedom of Information Act, but Housing Development Fund officials refused to release letters...
Published: Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Words: 851

46% BROADBAND CRUCIAL TO W.VA. DEVELOPMENT
puts you at a disadvantage," Susman said. For months, Citynet executives have sharply criticized the state's use of a $126 million federal stimulus funds to expand broadband, saying the grant solely benefits Frontier Communications....
Published: Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Words: 418

46% STATE MOVES TO BAR PUTNAM ELECTRICAL FIRM
involving Bayliss & Ramey was an intentional violation of the competitive bidding laws of the state, and since the company marked up the actual cost of the work invoices, the state ended up paying far more for these services, the report...
Published: Monday, August 21, 2017
Words: 757

46% BLACK LIVES MATTER RALLY AT WV CAPITOL PROMOTES EQUALITY
involving Bayliss & Ramey was an intentional violation of the competitive bidding laws of the state, and since the company marked up the actual cost of the work invoices, the state ended up paying far more for these services, the report...
Published: Monday, August 21, 2017
Words: 757

46% SENATE DEBATES INTERNET ACCESS
Service Commission signed off on the sale, and Frontier took over Verizon's telephone access lines July 1, 2010. Frontier cannot withdraw any funds from the special account without Public Service Commission approval. The PSC has rejected...
Published: Tuesday, February 07, 2012
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46% WEST VIRGINIA HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND OFFICIALS WANT SAY ON PLANS CARPER: PUBLIC INPUT PROVIDES 'AN EXTRA LAYER OF PROTECTION'
paved the way for Pauley's project to be funded and constructed. The agency distributed $3.67 million in federal stimulus funds to Pauley for the project in December 2010. A federal grand jury is now investigating the deal. The Milton...
Published: Wednesday, April 04, 2012
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46% CARMICHAEL LEAVES CITYNET, RETURNS TO FRONTIER
Even before Citynet filed its lawsuit against Frontier, Martin filed a formal complaint with the feds, alleging Frontier used federal stimulus funds to build a statewide high-speed internet network that benefits nobody but Frontier....
Published: Tuesday, August 02, 2016
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46% PSC APPROVES VERIZON SALE
plan to switch over its operating systems to Frontier. The companies have said that Verizon phone-line and broadband customers will have an easy time switching over to Frontier. Once the deal closes, Frontier would control 85 percent...
Published: Friday, May 14, 2010
Words: 903

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