RMA reportedly will be sending the cable ballot out soon, if they haven't already.
Lest there be any confusion, the correct vote for a voluntary system is "Yes."
I finally got a chance to see the "information" piece which the Board is including with the ballot.
It goes on and on about how they have a duty to maintain common area assets.
OK, but, um, that's not the question. The question is whether cable TV should be a voluntary, user fee supported option just as broadband and digital cable are.
When you read their piece mailed with the ballot, ask yourself these questions:
How does anything they're pointing to make basic cable any different from broadband and digital cable? If those offerings can be voluntary and user-fee based, why can't basic cable?