Huval says he'd like to challenge BellSouth's lawyers to look at the constitutionality of a corporate entity in Atlanta, Georgia saying 'no' to the will of the people of Lafayette. He says there's got to be something wrong with this. He says what BellSouth is trying to do is drag this out, cost LUS more money, and make it more difficult to go forward with this project. Huval says in the meantime, the will of the people is being ignored.BellSouth is hunkered down and just isn't talking. I think they are used to a lot more subservience in public officials in towns where they dominate the voice market. Good for Joey.
Monday, November 28, 2005
Now it's on the TV news. KLFY covers the Lafayette counterattack: