State Regulators Question FairPoint

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For months, officials in Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine have expressed
concern over a range of problems encountered by FairPoint Communications
when it took over Verizon’s broadband and land line systems in Northern
New England. The company says its made progress dealing with service
and billing problems. Regulators say not enough.  They’re also alarmed
about Fairpoint’s financial condition. 

To emphasize their concerns, the
three states got together for a joint hearing this week to question
company officials.  We’ll talk with Vermont Public Service Department
Commissioner David O’Brien and also hear from FairPoint president Peter
Nixon and New Hampshire Consumer Advocate Meridith Hatfield. Listen  

Also we’ll talk with Gesine Bullock-Prado on her memoir, "Confections of
a Closet Master Baker" about opening her bakery in Montpelier. Listen


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