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23 October 2008 @ 04:41 am
NWA Big Broadband (partnership development)  
Debt costs will significantly undermine the wealth engine value of locally controlled big broadband during the early years if it is accomplished solely through public financing. A public/ private utility dually owned through preferred shares and eventual public common share offerings can reduce borrowing overhead costs and interest payments can be replaced with cheaper fixed dividend payments that are more firmly leverageable as assets. Ideally, the leveraging opportunities are used as capital inducements for related business to establish outposts and other related venture capital initiatives. (YOU need to see by mind the capital footprint spread potential for the development's multiple foci .) **The cities of Atlanta, Ga and Lafayette, La have not, as of yet, availed themselves of capital spread opportunities with their public works projects. ****

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