City to forward residents’ complaints about service to Altice USA, Suddenlink’s parent company

BUCKHANNON – The City of Buckhannon received a sizable amount of input – largely negative – on Suddenlink’s internet and cable service locally during a recent meeting of the city’s Television/Cable Board. Mayor Robbie Skinner said the feedback would be […]

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