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Survey to seek input on Comcast experiences in Clark County

By , Columbian county government and small cities reporter

Some Clark County and Vancouver residents will soon receive a survey requesting feedback about their experiences with Comcast.

A random sampling of residents will receive the survey in the mail starting Friday, according to a news release from the City/County Telecommunications Commission. The commission is gauging residents’ thoughts on the cable television and broadband provider as well as what they might want in future cable communications.

Comcast provides cable television services as part of a 10-year franchise agreement with the city and county. The deal expires in 2023, and franchise negotiations are expected to begin later this year or early next year.

Those wishing to complete the survey online or receive a Spanish-language version can contact the commission. Contact information will be provided in the survey.

Survey responses will remain anonymous, and the information gathered will be reported out as a group.

More information about the commission can be found at

Columbian county government and small cities reporter

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