Dwight Stenbakken

Executive Deputy Director, League of California Cities

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Executive Deputy Director of the League of California Cities

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Twenty years ago, cable companies promised to wire libraries, schools
and hospitals as part of their public service. Community groups would
be connected to local government, senior…

Cable TV, Competition and Community Service

Twenty years ago, cable companies promised to wire libraries, schools and hospitals as part of their public service. Community groups would be connected to local government, senior…

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