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Topic: co-op city satellite television and Verizon FiOS
Posted By: Administrator
Subject: co-op city satellite television and Verizon FiOS
Date Posted: Feb 09 2008 at 4:42am
SATELLITE TV ORDERING INFORMATION FOR CO-OP CITY RESIDENTS AND PROSPECTIVE RESIDENTS plus Verizon FiOS AVAILABILITY INFORMATION IN CO-OP CITY, BRONX, NEW YORK

http://www.coopcityinfo.com/satellitetelevisionservices/" target="_top" rel="follow - Coop City DirecTV and Dish Network satellite television services, Verizon FiOS, Optimum

IMPORTANT: Television and satellite antennas, flagpoles and other exterior furnishings that do not meet the following requirements are strictly prohibited and any non-complying attachments must be promptly removed.

Objects or fixtures mounted on a balcony or any part of the building are prohibited. RiverBay may allow exterior furnishings, which are items not affixed to the building or permanently mounted on the balcony or railings where in conformance with the following regulations:

No Drilling
To prevent water damage and structural problems, cooperators may not drill into or damage any exterior wall surface, balcony floor, balcony railing or any other building surface for any purpose including attaching fixtures or antennas of any kind.

Electronic Grounding
All electronics and electrical equipment of any kind, including satellite dishes, must be properly grounded.

Installation
Device shall be installed by a professional installer in compliance with manufacturer's specifications and RiverBay's safety rules. Devices must be portable and positioned so as not to create a safety hazard. Devices must rest on balcony surface and be able to resist the forces of wind. No device shall impair the signals of other devices or any other type of signal.

Removal
Should device be removed, the cooperator shall restore premises to condition it was in prior to installation, wear and tear excepted.

Damage
Cooperator is responsible for any damage caused directly or indirectly by the device or installation or removal thereof.

Safety Agreement
Cooperators must receive RiverBay's approval to install and maintain a satellite dish by submitting a completed Satellite Dish Safety Agreement to their CSO no later than three (3) business days after the installation of a satellite dish, along with a non-refundable administrative fee of $25.00. The Satellite Dish Safety Agreement may be obtained from your CSO.

Severability
Should any provision of this Safety Notice be found to be unenforceable, all other provisions shall remain in full force and effect.

NOTE:
Cooperators without a southern exposure cannot receive signals to their satellite dishes. In southern exposure apartments without balconies, cooperators can only set up a dish antenna wholly within their apartment and hope their dish can pick up a signal through a window.

http://www.coopcityinfo.com/satellitetelevisionservices/" target="_top" rel="follow - Order your satellite television service, Optimum and/or Verizon FiOS service



Replies:
Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: Jan 28 2009 at 11:37pm

Verizon FIOS is not available in Co-op City.



Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: Mar 04 2009 at 10:10am
Why do you have the Verizon Fios on your ad? It's not available in co-op city.


Posted By: Administrator
Date Posted: Jul 22 2011 at 8:56pm
Verizon FiOS is coming to Co-op City. A system is being used, which is quite similar to the Verizon FiOS system already installed in Parkchester. Now is the time to place your order to be amongst the first Co-op City Verizon FiOS customers installed.

Go directly to the Verizon FiOS order page at
http://www.coopcityinfo.com/satellitetelevisionservices/verizoncom/" target="_top" rel="follow - http://www.coopcityinfo.com/satellitetelevisionservices/verizoncom/

OR

You will find the links to order Verizon FiOS, DirecTV, Dish Network and other services:
http://www.coopcityinfo.com/satellitetelevisionservices/" target="_top" rel="follow - http://www.coopcityinfo.com/satellitetelevisionservices/


Posted By: Administrator
Date Posted: Dec 03 2013 at 4:47pm
I have to admit, FiOS availability in Coop City is NON-EXISTENT. What is going on Riverbay?

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Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: May 27 2015 at 4:12pm
Am I able to get direct tv in coop city?


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: Sep 18 2015 at 11:28am
Why do you have Verizon FIOS listed when you know full well it's not a viable option. Verizon FIOS is NOT here. You are misleading people. SHAME ON YOU!


Posted By: Administrator
Date Posted: Sep 21 2015 at 2:07pm
CWA (Communication Workers Of America), the union that represents Verizon employees says:

Coop City residents should be asking "Where's My FiOS?"

Section 5.1 of the franchise agreement obligated Verizon to "pass" all residential house-holds in the City with fiber optic cable by June 30, 2014.

FINDINGS: "Verizon is not in compliance with its agreement since it has not truly "passed" all residential households in New York City."

RECOMMENDATIONS: "Verizon must build facilities on every residential block in the city to comply with its households passed obligations."

CHOICE FOR ALL!!
FiOS FOR ALL!!!

If Verizon were doing it's job instead of cutting ours, you might already have FiOS.

http://www.coopcityinfo.com/photos/?img=//lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Q0B5mV3_I3Y/VgBGfKtyOuI/AAAAAAAAFVk/xfAcSy8jCTo/h960/CoopCity_residents_should_be_asking_Wheres_My_FiOS.jpg" target="_top" rel="follow">


CWA (Communications Workers Of America), the union that represents Verizon employees, has taken initiative and started a petition, via change, to Bring FiOS to Coop City.
http://www.shoptions.net/change/?g2=https://www.change.org/p/riverbay-corporation-amp-lowell-mcadam-bring-fios-to-coop-city" rel="nofollow -


Posted By: Administrator
Date Posted: Sep 25 2015 at 2:13pm
CWA (Communications Workers Of America), the union that represents Verizon employees, has taken initiative and started a petition, via change, to Bring FiOS to Coop City. http://www.shoptions.net/change/?g2=https://www.change.org/p/riverbay-corporation-amp-lowell-mcadam-bring-fios-to-coop-city" rel="nofollow - Sign the petition today .


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: Sep 28 2015 at 10:58am
I know Fios was collecting signatures from cooperators at co op city. what was this for?


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: Sep 29 2015 at 3:30pm
as a shareholder why do I not get the option to choose who I get service from. what gives you the right to choose for me and make deals forcing me and the rest of these sharholders to cablevision. cablevision is a monopolity in coop city and its not fare to the shareholders who pay your salaries.


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: Jan 20 2017 at 8:44pm
According to my calculation, $19,500,000 was wasted in the last two and a half years and no seems to care.

Almost two and a half years have passed since the Board election when some candidates campaigned to bring Verizon FiOS to Co-op City. Cablevision still has a monopoly on cable television, Verizon is nowhere to be seen and 13,000 families have paid $1,500 more than if the Cablevision bulk deal had gone through. That is a total of $19,500,000 that would have been saved in the last two and a half years if the Cablevision bulk deal had gone through.

In my opinion, these candidates campaigned against the bulk Cablevision deal, promising Verizon FiOS would come in. Well, Verizon is not coming in to Coop City and I, and 13,000 other families, am out $1,500 and another $50 every month.

When will these Riverbay Board directors admit they didn't know what they were talking about or knowingly lied about Verizon coming to Co-op City? When will they take responsibility for costing 13,000 families an extra $50 a month? How do they intend to make up for $19,500,000 already lost and another $650,000 every month? I realize that members of the Board of Directors of Riverbay Corporation get free Optimum cable television, but what about the rest of us?

By the way, the Cablevision deal was not voted down. I believe these directors and candidates convinced enough people not to vote on it so the number of votes did not meet the requirement and perhaps the votes themselves were never counted.

The only one that gained by the Cablevision bulk deal not going through was Cablevision. They will collect an extra $39,000,000 over the five years that they would not have gotten if the Verizon FiOS deal went through.


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: Nov 18 2019 at 9:20am
Will Verizon fios ever come to Co-op City or are we just stuck with Optimum


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: Mar 30 2020 at 12:40pm
Allow Verizon to install Towers or receivers around co-op city so that they can deliver mm wave wireless internet to all the residents. Cheaper than Optimum. or there is an alternative called Starry internet. Management should look this up.


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: Jul 29 2020 at 12:31pm
Verizon can't provide fios in Co-op City because it's too far from the central office.

If verizon deploy 5G they can then provide tv, phone and internet service to Co-op City with - better than fios - bandwidth.

Verizon 5G tv


Posted By: Cindy
Date Posted: Oct 07 2020 at 2:10pm
I do not want cablevision for cable or internet. Why is there a monopoly on this and why is this legal??????



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