Comcast has to convince the federal government to approve its purchase of Time Warner Cable (TWC), but so far the government advancing the most aggressive opposition may be in Lexington, Kentucky.
Kentucky’s second-largest city is served by Time Warner Cable, and it isn’t happy with the service. The city council “voted unanimously during a council work session Tuesday to put two resolutions denying transfer of ownership on the agenda for Thursday’s council meeting,” reported the Lexington Herald-Leader. 
Comcast’s purchase of Time Warner Cable includes a sale of certain territories to Charter. Charter would take over in Lexington after the deal.
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