Regulators approve Adelphia settlement

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State utility regulators have approved a settlement that requires the state’s largest cable company to extend service to more customers.

The Public Service Board issued an order on Friday that says Adelphia Communications must bring new cable TV and high-speed Internet service to more than 1,500 miles of rural roadways. The new service will reach about 20,000 households.

The board order approves a settlement reached in November between Adelphia and the Department of Public Service, the state agency that represents customers in utility cases.

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