CODA to host fiber discussion TuesdayFenstermaker is the CEO of C. H. Fenstermaker & Associates and a long-term fiber supporter. Neal Breakfield is one of the principals of Fiber 411 and works for Halliburton.
The Lafayette Utilities System fiber-to-the-home and business proposal will be the topic of discussion at Tuesday's Citizens of Direct Action meeting.
Bill Fenstermaker will speak in favor of the project and Neal Breakfield, of anti-fiber citizens group Fiber 411, will speak against the project.
The meeting is from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. Tuesday at Oakbourne Country Club, 3700 E. Simcoe St. The public is invited. Cost of the breakfast buffet is $7.
I've long thought this is one of the discussions that has to be had. We've had a lot of folks tossing about claims concerning LUS' business plan. While I am not hesitant to say it looks sound to me, I am well aware that save for a stint as a partner in a small construction company my judgment doesn't have much in the way of bona fides to recommend it. Fenstermaker is one of the region's premier businessmen. He will be able to respond with authority to charges that the business plan is not sound.