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The installation delay has put the city in a pinch with its lender, Regions Bank. The city was scheduled in November to pay back about half of the $1.85 million, one-year note it had spent so far. But with no customers, the city will not be able to do so on time, Algiere said. She expects the bank to agree to restructure the loan and grant a one-year delay, at the end of which the city will pay the full amount. The other two loans were to be paid off in five years and 15 years, respectively.They network will connect schools and muni buildings first -- other subscribers should be able to sign up before the end of the year. Like so many other communities, many in Dunnellon appear to be looking at Lafayette for inspiration. I certainly hope Dunnellon can get a similar level of citizen engagement, but few have been able to duplicate the impressive work of Lafayette in that regard.