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County Receives $37,500 to Study Broadband Expansion

Written By Editor on 12/14/14 | 12/14/14

Schoharie County may have been one of the first Upstate counties with local internet service through the Middleburgh Telephone Company. Today, most of the County has some broadband service, but large portions are relegated to just dial up. New York State announced last week that it will be funding a study on how to expand these services to a broader swath of consumers. Funded through Empire State Development, this should allow the County to create a plan for such expansion over the coming years. The $37,500 project is one of several local projects being funded this year.
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1 comments:

Norie61 said...

How many times do you have to study this? Many of us in the town of Gilboa, Jefferson and Conesville are still without BB. I think just about every resident wants it, so what's the hang up? This has been studied and restudied, nothing has changed.

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