Bresnan Communication services down, White House working to find alternate plan for notifying Town Hall ticket winners

By: KKCO Email
By: KKCO Email

11 News has just spoken with The White House's Colorado spokesperson who says they're looking into an alternate plan for notifying residents who received tickets to the President's Town Hall Meeting after area Bresnan Communication customers are still without phone and Internet service.

Spokesman Adam Abrams says our phone call was the first he'd heard of the outage and says they'll immediately start working to find another way to notify people who should have already gotten an e-mail or phone call about whether or not they've received tickets.

Bresnan customers who registered their Bresnan email address will not be able to check their account for the ticket notification. However, if you used another email address, below is a list of wi-fi hot spots where you can check your email. Some spots require you to bring a laptop, and others also require that you pay for access.
-Mesa County Public Libraries (free, no laptop required)
-Starbucks locations (must pay for access, laptop required)
-Main Street Bagels (free, laptop required)
-Traders (free, laptop required)
-Borders (must pay for access, laptop required)

11 News will bring you the latest information as it becomes available.


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