Division among the 11 UTOPIA cities could threaten utility fee proposal

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  • Utah_1 Salt Lake City, UT
    June 30, 2014 1:43 a.m.

    There are 7 options and going dark or selling what we have are two really bad ones. The best option would not have started Utopia in the first place, but that is water under the bridge. If we do what we are currently doing, it costs, if we follow the Macquarie proposal, that costs even more. The network can expand, at a slower pace and with a better business model.

  • AmPatriot Taylorsville, UT
    June 28, 2014 6:34 a.m.

    Its ridiculous that Utopia is even suggesting this as a city utility and the city's being fed snake oil sales pitch of free service if they can tax the citizens. I will never pay it or use it because they do not own the internet and service providers is homeowners choice. This city tax is creating a monopoly for soothing Utopia can't own or people will use.

    This companion has had finial problems from the very beginning means its not feasible or accepted service.

    Now that half the cities have declined the service means the monthly cost will double and jump before people are connected to it. This is a white elephant proposition and all the cities must drop this company.