BE IT ORDAINED by the Governing Body of the City of MILTONVALE Kansas:

Section 1. In consideration of the faithful performance and observance of the conditions and reservations herein specified, Twin Valley Communications, Inc., of Miltonvale, Kansas, (hereinafter referred to as Grantee), a company doing business under the laws of the State of Kansas, its successors and assigns is hereby granted the nonexclusive right to erect and cause to be erected, and to maintain and cause to be maintained, and to operate television, radio, information, music and other electronic signal transmission and distribution facilities and additions thereto (and related electronic facilities) in, under, over, along across and upon the streets, avenues, sidewalks, alleys, and other public places in the City of MILTONVALE Kansas, (hereinafter referred to as the City) and subsequent additions thereto, for the purpose of providing television, radio, information arid music impulses and other electronic impulses, signals and services, in accordance with the laws and regulations of the United States of America, and the State of Kansas, and this Ordinance for a period of ten (10) years from and after the effective date of this Ordinance, unless sooner terminated as herein provided. The term hereof shall be extended for an additional period of ten (10) years unless affirmatively terminated by the City pursuant to Section 12 hereof or Grantee or by the Grantee pursuant to Section 9 hereof, or unless superseded by a subsequent Ordinance modifying the terms hereof and accepted by the Grantee, its successors or assigns. This ordinance is granted after a full, open and public hearing upon prior notice and opportunity of all interested parties to be heard and upon careful consideration of the Grantee’s qualifications including its legal charter, financial and technical qualifications and the adequacy and feasibility of its construction, maintenance and operation arrangements.

Section 2. In the exercise of the rights herein granted:

(a) The Grantee shall have the right to erect and maintain, or to cause to be erected and maintained, poles as necessary for the construction and maintenance of the subject systems, provided, however, that all poles so erected shall be at locations designated by the Governing Body of the City.

(b) It is the stated intention of the City that all holders of public licenses and franchises within the corporate limits of the City shall cooperate in the construction, maintenance and operation of its system.

(c) The Grantee shall be entitled to determine the nature and extent of services to be provided to subscribers over its equipment and facilities, subject to all applicable regulations and laws of the United States and of the State of Kansas. The Grantee agrees that the installation and maintenance of its equipment and facilities shall be at least such as shall be sufficient to provide standard color signals to television receivers of subscribers. The Grantee shall maintain a toll free telephone number to be provided to all subscribers for the purpose of receiving inquiries and complaints from its customers and shall investigate all complaints within twenty-four (24) hours of their receipt and shall in good faith attempt to resolve them swiftly and equitably.

(d) The City designates the City Council of MILTONVALE, Kansas, as the official of the franchising authority that has primary responsibility for the continuing administration of the franchise and implementation of the complaint procedures provided for herein.

(e) Notice of the procedures for reporting and resolving complaints will be given by grantee to each subscriber at the time of the subscriber’s initial subscription to the cable system.

Section 3. (a) All structures, lines and equipment erected or caused to be erected by the Grantee within the City shall be so located as to cause minimum interference with the use of streets, avenues, sidewalks, alleys, bridges and highways, easements and other public ways and places and with consideration for the convenience of property owners, and the Grantee shall comply with all reasonable, proper and lawful ordinances of the City now or hereafter in force.

(b) In case the Grantee requires disturbance of pavement, sidewalk, driveway or other surface, it shall, at its own expense and in a manner approved by the City, replace and restore the same in as good condition as before said work was commenced. If the grantee fails to do so within a reasonable time, the City may do so and charge the expense thereof to the Grantee

(c) In the event the City shall lawfully elect to alter or change any street, avenue, sidewalk, alley, bridge, highway, easement, or other public way requiring the relocation of the facilities utilized by the Grantee, then the Grantee, upon reasonable notice by the City, shall remove and relocate such facilities at its own expense and as directed by the City.

(d) The Grantee shall, when necessary, on the request of any person holding an appropriate permit issued by the city, temporarily raise or lower its lines as may be necessary to permit the moving of any building or other structure. The actual and necessary expense of such temporary removal shall be paid by the person requesting the same, and the Grantee shall have the right to require such payment in advance of such temporary removal.

(e) All poles, lines, structures and other facilities of the Grantee in, under, over, along, across and upon the streets, avenues, sidewalks, alleys, bridges and highways, easements, and other public ground or places within the City shall be kept by the Grantee at all times in a safe and sound condition.

Section 4. (a) The Grantee shall at all times during the term hereof be subject to all lawful exercise of the police power by the City, and to such reasonable regulations as the City shall hereafter provide by ordinance or resolution; provided, however, that the Grantee is not to be deemed a public utility, except as otherwise provided by the laws of the State of Kansas.

(b) Whenever it is necessary to shut off or interrupt service for the purpose of making planned repairs, installations or adjustments, the Grantee shall make all reasonable effort to do so at such times as will cause the least amount of inconvenience to its customers and the City. In the event of any interruption of service, whether planned or unforeseen, the Grantee shall proceed with due diligence and restore service as quickly as possible under the circumstances.

Section 5. The Grantee shall save the City harmless from any and all loss sustained by the City by reason of any suit, judgment, execution, claim or demand whatsoever, resulting from negligence on the part of the Grantee in the construction, operation or maintenance of its system within the City; for this purpose the Grantee shall carry property damage and public liability insurance with a responsible insurance company authorized to do business within the State of Kansas. The amounts of such insurance to be carried against liability owing to damage to property and for public liability shall be reasonable, adequate and in keeping with accepted standards in the industry, but shall not be less than $250,000.00 each person, $500,000.00 each occurrence, $100,000.00 property damage, and the same shall be subject to review by the City at any time during the life of this ordinance. The Grantee shall also carry such insurance necessary to protect it from claims made under applicable Workers Compensation laws. As a condition hereof, the City shall notify the Grantee within ten (10) days after the presentation of any claim or demand, either by suit or otherwise, made against the City on account of any allegation of negligence as aforesaid on the part of the Grantee.

Section 6. The Grantee shall have the right to charge and collect compensation from all subscribers to whom it shall furnish service, but the Grantee shall not as to rates, charges, service, facilities, or in any other respects, make or grant any preference or advantage to any person or subject any person to any prejudice or disadvantage, provided, further, that this provision shall not be deemed to prohibit the establishment of graduated scales of charges and classified rate schedules, including but not limited to establishment of differing charges for differing types of service or groups of such services, to which any customer coming within such scale of charges or classifications shall be entitled. Rates shall be the same for all customers within each rate classification which are served by the Grantee from identical facilities. The Grantee may modify the rates charged for any service or group of services upon prior notice to subscribers. The Grantee shall provide to the City a current schedule of the maximum rates Grantee shall be entitled to charge for its services at all times during the effective term hereof, which shall be maintained in the city records on file at the City Office and available for inspection by the public.

Section 7. In consideration of the rights, privileges and franchise hereby granted, and as compensation to the City for the use of its public ways and places by the Grantee, and in lieu of all occupation and license taxes and other fees of any nature whatsoever, the Grantee shall annually pay to the City, during the life of this ordinance, a sum equal to ZERO DOLLARS ($0.00) per month per customer residing within the City (including any additions to the City during the term hereof), such amounts to be due and payable quarterly on the first day of January, April, July and October of each year and payable in full within thirty (30) days thereof. As of the due date of each such payment the Grantee shall certify to the City the number of its customers then residing in the City, and the Grantee’s obligation shall be based on such certification until the Grantee’s next quarterly certification. After thirty days, any unpaid balance shall accrue interest at the rate of one and one-half percent per month. If any sum remains unpaid more than 60 days after due, the City may declare the Grantee to be in default hereof.

Section 8. The Grantee shall have the right to trim trees upon and overhanging the streets, avenues, alleys, sidewalks and other public ways and places of the City so as to prevent the branches of such trees from coming in contact with the wires, cables, conduits and other necessary fixtures and fittings of the Grantee, provided, however, that all such trimmings shall be done under the supervision and direction of the City and by and at the expense of the Grantee.

Section 9. The Grantee may surrender its; rights under this ordinance at any time upon filing with the City Clerk of the City a written notice of its intention to do so at least six (6) months before the surrender date. On the surrender date specified in the notice, all pf the rights and privileges and all of the obligations, duties and liabilities of the Grantee shall terminate and it may dispose of its property located within the City in any manner it chooses.

Section 10. The obligations of the Grantee as specified in this Ordinance may be discharged on the Grantee’s behalf by one or more other entities PROVIDED, that in the discharge thereof, such other entity or entities shall enjoy the same rights and privileges and shall be subject to the same duties and requirements as are applicable to the Grantee.

Section 11. The rights granted under this ordinance shall be freely assignable and transferable by the Grantee during the term hereof, provided, that no assignment or transfer of the right granted hereunder shall become effective until the assignee or transferee has filed with the City Clerk of the City an instrument accepting the terms of this ordinance and agreeing to perform all the conditions hereof.

Section 12. The City hereby expressly reserves the right, power and authority to terminate this ordinance and rescind all rights, privileges and authority herein granted to the Grantee at any time for any material and substantial default in the performance of any of the obligations and duties imposed upon the Grantee herein. The City shall provide written notice to the Grantee of any such default. If the Grantee fails within sixty (60) days of receipt of such notice to remedy such default or submit reasonable justification therefore, then the City shall have the right, after a full and complete public hearing, to revoke any or all rights and privileges granted herein, provided however that said default did not result from factors beyond the reasonable control of the Grantee.

Section 13. H any section, subsection, sentence clause, phrase or portion of this ordinance is for any reason held invalid or unconstitutional” such portion shall be deemed a separate, distinct and independent provision, and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions hereof.

Section 14. This ordinance is governed by and subject to all applicable rules and regulations of the Federal Communications Commission. Should there be any modifications of the provisions of the Rules and Regulations of the Federal Communications Commission which must be incorporated into this ordinance, the City and the Grantee agree that such further action shall be accomplished within one (1) year of the adoption of the modification.

Section 15. It shall be the policy of the City to amend this Ordinance liberally, upon application of the Grantee, to take advantage of any developments in the fields of transmission of programming and/ or information and related services which will afford the Grantee an opportunity more effectively, or economically to serve its subscribers.

Section 16. The Grantee shall have the right at all times to take such legal action as it deems necessary to preserve the security of its system, equipment and facilities and to assure only authorized use thereof by its subscribers or others.