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Death of a (quiet dinner due to a) Salesman

Posted by Ralph Ranalli May 25, 2007 10:36 AM

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MEDFIELD

Selectmen this week granted Verizon a permit to its cable services door to door for up to three weeks.

The company will have to inform the town when it intends to start, and it must finish by June 30. Selectmen earlier this year awarded a franchise to the company, allowing it to offer cable television in
town.

Town Administrator Michael Sullivan said he knows residents don’t enjoy being disturbed by door-to-door solicitors, but that the town couldn’t legally deny Verizon's request.

-– Calvin Hennick

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