and Franchise Regulation Administration oversees the County franchises
of two investor-owned cable companies and five investor-owned solid
waste hauled into Hernando County, Florida.
(Cable Television and Solid Waste Disposal)The franchise administration
element oversees the provision of cable television in conjunction with
Brenda Frazier of the
Community Relations Department to approximately 49,000 cable
subscribers within Hernando County, Florida. This element establishes
and enforces customer service standards while acting as facilitator
in resolving billing and service disputes.
In addition, this element is responsible for the franchise rules and
regulations governing the solid waste contracts. This function is performed
in conjunction with the County's
Code Enforcement Department
as well as the
Waste Management Division. The three departments work together
in establishing and enforcing customer service standards while acting
as facilitator in resolving billing and service disputes.
For Information on Cable Franchise
Community Relations Coordinator
20 North Main
Street, Room 263
Brooksville, FL 34601
There are two cable companies that have franchise agreements with Hernando
Bright House Networks
Newhouse Partnership d/b/a Bright House Networks)
7175 Coastal Blvd
(Next to Bed, Bath and Beyond)
Brooksville, Fl, 34613
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
www.floridacable.com Approximately 350 customers Local
Cable TV Rate Regulation
as it pertains to Hernando County
Time Warner Franchise Agreement
(Time-Warner Entertainment-Advance Newhouse
Partnership (d/b/a Bright House Networks)
on Solid Waste Collection Franchise and Rates can be found on the
Utilities Department web site at:
(Relating to the Regulation of Government