Franchise [noun]

Definition of Franchise:

authority, right

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If the only impression you have of Deadpool is Ryan Reynolds mouthing off in the movie franchise, do yourself a favor and pick up this 2012 series by Croatian comic genius Dalibor Talajic.

City spokespeople also couldn’t tell reporter MacKenzie Elmer what’s next for the franchise fee agreement immediately after the special Council meeting.

The Council won’t get to see the final franchise agreement before it goes out to market anyway, Council President Georgette Gómez said during the meeting.

The franchise agreement is considered San Diego’s most powerful leverage point against investor-owned utilities, and there’s really no standard for what the city can or can’t request.

“We’re definitely focused on creating franchises,” co-CEO Reed Hastings said on a call with investors last week.

San Diego already has interest from two other companies, that’s two more than SDG&E had to compete against the last time it negotiated the franchise fee agreement 50 years ago.

To that end, Elmer has updates on the city’s attempt to renegotiate its franchise fee agreement, a deal it currently has with SDG&E to deliver power to San Diegans.

I am prepared to respect the franchise, to give substantially, although not nominally, equality.

Likewise, he owned the stage line and franchise, controlling the only right of way by which a railroad could reach up the valley.

Mr. O'Connell moved that it should be an instruction to the committee to restore the franchise to these freeholders.