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S-1/A
CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS, INC. /MO/ filed this Form S-1/A on 11/01/1999
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     forma financial data and other pro forma financial information included in
     the Prospectus are reasonable and the adjustments used therein are
     appropriate to give effect to the transactions or circumstances referred to
     therein;

          (s) Each of the following firms are independent public accountants as
     required by the Act and the rules and regulations of the Commission
     thereunder, based upon representations by such firms to us: (i) Arthur
     Andersen LLP, who have certified certain financial statements of the
     Company, Holding, CCA Group, CharterComm Holdings, L.P., Long Beach
     Acquisition Corp., Sonic Communications Cable Television Systems and
     Greater Media Cablevision Systems; (ii) KPMG LLP, who have certified
     certain financial statements of Marcus Cable Company, L.L.C., Helicon
     Partners I L.P. and affiliates, TCI Falcon Systems and Bresnan
     Communications Group Systems; (iii) Ernst & Young LLP, who have certified
     certain financial statements of Renaissance Media Group LLC, the combined
     statements of the Picayune MS, Lafourche LA St. Tammany LA, St. Landry LA,
     Point Coupee LA and Jackson TN cable television systems, R/N South Florida
     Cable Management Limited Partnership, Indiana Cable Associates, Ltd.,
     Falcon Communications, L.P. and Fanch Cable Systems (comprised of
     components of TWFanch-one Co. and TWFanch-two Co.); and (iv)
     PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP, who have certified certain financial statements
     of InterMedia Cable Systems, Rifkin Acquisition Partners L.L.L.P., Rifkin
     Cable Income Partners LP, Avalon Cable LLC, Avalon Cable of Michigan
     Holdings, Cable Michigan, Inc., Amrac Clear View, a Limited Partnership,
     Pegasus Cable Television of Connecticut, Inc. and the Massachusetts
     operations of Pegasus Cable Television, Inc.

          (t) The Company and Holding have reviewed their operations and those
     of Holding's subsidiaries to evaluate the extent to which the business or
     operations of the Company, Holding or any of Holding's subsidiaries will be
     affected by the Year 2000 Problem. As a result of such review, except as
     disclosed in the Prospectus, the Company and Holding have no reason to
     believe that the Year 2000 Problem will have a Material Adverse Effect or
     result in any material loss or interference with the business or operations
     of the Company, Holding or Holding's subsidiaries. The "Year 2000 Problem"
     as used herein means any significant risk that computer hardware or
     software used in the receipt, transmission, processing, manipulation,
     storage, retrieval, retransmission or other utilization of data or in the
     operation of mechanical or electrical systems of any kind will not, in the
     case of dates or time periods occurring after December 31, 1999, function
     at least as effectively as in the case of dates or time periods occurring
     prior to January 1, 2000;

          (u) The Company, Holding and Holding's subsidiaries own or possess, or
     can acquire on reasonable terms, adequate licenses, trademarks, service
     marks, trade names or copyrights (collectively, "Intellectual Property")
     necessary to conduct the