Thursday, January 15, 2015

Commissioners to Charter Communication: Unacceptable service and demand for immediate action

Mesa County Commissioners to Charter Communication's Senior Manager of Government Relations:

URGENT: Quick Action Requested

Dear Mr. Rasmussen;

Today we have received multiple complaints from businesses and residents of Mesa County regarding interruption of Charter's Cable Service. Currently, District 51 Schools are without service and we have been informed that service has been down for several hours.

Please note that this is unacceptable for Charter subscribers who feel that they can go to no one for resolution. When calling the customer service line they are told multiple 'reasons' for the outage, including responses such as 'we have excellent service and do not appreciate your complaint for one incident of interruption of service,' and 'If Mesa County didn't whine so much, maybe something would be done.'

Timely resolution of this issue would be prudent. We are requesting immediate and prompt dispatch of a response team to fix the system post haste; as well as a heightened awareness of the frustration Mesa County subscribers are having with your Customer Service Department. Good faith compliance is implied with the franchise agreement. We have also been informed by the City of Grand Junction that they have also heard from frustrated citizens regarding this issue.

Sincerely,
Mesa County Board of Commissioners
Rose Pugliese, Chair
John Justman
Scott McInnis

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