BUFFALO, N.Y. - Charter Spectrum has gotten yet another extension to come up with a plan to leave New York State.
The state Public Service Commission says, based on positive talks, the company will have 45 more days to negotiate.
The commission decided back in July that it would boot Charter Spectrum from the state because it was moving far too slowly in expanding its internet services.
The PSC says in the order granting requests for extension document filed on October 10 that
In response to Charter's October 9 Petition, DPS Staff filed a letter that recommended that absent good cause shown by both parties, the Commission consider granting only one further extension of time for resolution of negotiations and that any additional time allowed must either result in a settlement agreement being presented to the Commission or the cessation of settlement talks and a resumption of the processes outlined in the July Orders.
Early last month, Charter Spectrum was granted an extension until October 10 to seek a hearing on the state's effort to kick it out of New York.