FairPoint Communications Inc. this week submitted new numbers to the Vermont Public Service Board in hopes of securing the commissions approval for its bankruptcy reorganization plan.
Board members this past summer denied FairPoints proposal for emerging from insolvency, despite two other states approval. Unlike Maine and New Hampshire, commissioners in Vermont werent convinced that FairPoints financial projections were solid. The Vermont agency also was the one that objected most strenuously to the 2008 FairPoint takeover of Verizon Communications Inc.s New England assets the deal that led to FairPoints Oct. 2009 Chapter 11 filing.
Now, though, FairPoint Vermont has reworked its numbers. Mike Smith, president of FairPoint Vermont, told Bloombergs BusinessWeek on Wednesday that he hopes for Vermonts approvals by late November.
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