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reception sites and business offices in many of the communities served by our
systems and for our principal executive offices. We own most of our service
     Our subsidiaries own the real property housing our regional data center in
Town & Country, Missouri, as well as the regional office for the Northeast
Region in Newtown, Connecticut and additional real estate located in Hickory,
North Carolina; Hammond, Louisiana; and West Sacramento and San Luis Obispo,
California. Our subsidiaries lease space for our regional data center located in
Dallas, Texas and additional locations for business offices throughout our
operating regions. Our headend locations are generally located on owned or
leased parcels of land, and we generally own the towers on which our equipment
is located.
     We believe that our properties are in good operating condition and are
suitable for our business operations.
     Charter Communications, Inc. currently has only thirteen employees, all of
whom are senior management and are also executive officers of Charter
Investment, Inc. Pursuant to a services agreement between Charter
Communications, Inc. and Charter Investment, Inc., Charter Investment, Inc. will
provide the necessary personnel and services to manage Charter Communications
Holding Company, Charter Holdings and their subsidiaries. These personnel and
services will be provided to Charter Communications, Inc. on a cost
reimbursement basis. As of December 31, 1999, our subsidiaries had approximately
10,525 full-time equivalent employees of which 350 were represented by the
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. We believe we have a good
relationship with our employees and have never experienced a work stoppage. See
"Certain Relationships and Related Transactions."
     We have insurance to cover risks incurred in the ordinary course of
business, including general liability, property coverage, business interruption
and workers' compensation insurance in amounts typical of similar operators in
the cable industry and with reputable insurance providers. As is typical in the
cable industry, we do not insure our underground plant. We believe our insurance
coverage is adequate.
     We are involved from time to time in routine legal matters incidental to
our business. We believe that the resolution of such matters will not have a
material adverse impact on our financial position or results of operations.