OpenBand Agreement Rejected by Loudoun Board
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors has voted to deny an Open Video Systems (OVS) Franchise agreement to OpenBand Multimedia.
In September, the Board voted to add a two-week termination clause and a reduction in the term length from 12 years to four. OpenBand rejected those terms and has not negotiated with the county since then.
The county will hold OpenBand to the terms of the expired franchise agreement until June 2012 when OpenBand must transfer video services to another company or be in violation of the county OVS ordinance.
OpenBand currently serves several communities, including Broadlands SouthernWalk, Lansdowne on the Potomac, Lansdowne Village Green and parts of Leisure World.
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