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The town’s Cable Advisory Committee is asking cable subscribers to take a brief survey. The committee will look at the survey results as they get ready to negotiate a new contract with Comcast. The survey features 25 questions about the quality of cable service (i.e. How often would you say outages occur? How would you rate the billing process?) and programming on the local public access station, Wareham Community Television. The town’s contract with Verizon will expire at the end of 2017 and the contract with Comcast is set to expire in 2015, according to Paul Ciccotelli, chairman of the Cable Advisory Committee. Ciccotelli said the purpose of the poll is “to find out whether people are happy with what they got.” Residents can access the survey online at bit.ly/WarehamSurvey or through the town’s website at www.wareham.ma.us.

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