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Roughly 650,000 residents lack the infrastructure needed to deliver what the Federal Communications Commission considers high-speed internet (25 megabits per second downloads and 3 Mbps uploads), according to the Wisconsin Broadband Office.
Consultants will analyze the feasibility of building out a publicly owned fiber-optic system.
Councilors approved a contract with Magellan Advisors for a high-level design, business plan and grants for municipal broadband.
I encourage you to contact your local officials today. Don’t forget that the next vote on this large appropriation is March 15!
If approved by the city council March 15, the company will verify the feasibility of the project, do the high-level design, develop a business plan, acquire customers for the network and seek internet service providers and grants to help pay for the project.
This year's group is smaller and more streamlined than at past events.

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