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RUNNING CABLE: Commissioners authorize Whitley County fiber expansion

May 23, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Debates over public right of way were heard at Monday’s meeting of the Whitley County Commissioners.

Representatives from PDQ Workholding, LLC spoke of the desire of the company to dig fiber optic cable between two of its buildings to enhance communication between the two locations.

County Engineer Brandon Forrester expressed concern about the fiber cable being run underground in the public right of way.

“If someone tears up the fiber, but it’s in the public right of way, then who’s responsible?” he asked, explaining the dilemma.

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