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Most Municipal Networks Built in Conservative Cities
Election Day 2022: Broadband on the Ballot
Falmouth Creates Municipal Utility for Broadband
It’s official. Falmouth, Massachusetts has established a legal framework, a telecommunications utility, that is a key milestone in a local effort to bring fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) Internet service to this seaside community of approximately 32,000 famous for being home to a world-class marine science community as well as a popular summer vacation destination.
Big (Connectivity) Trouble in Little China
In November, a majority of voters in China (not the country, but a small town in Maine) cast their ballots in opposition to a $6.4 million proposal for a municipal broadband network that, if built, would have provided high-speed Internet access to every household and business in this central Maine town of 4,300.
Municipalities Across Massachusetts Move Toward Muni Broadband
Cities and towns all over Massachusetts are looking for alternatives to the big incumbent Internet Service Providers in their communities as citizens across the Commonwealth have grown weary of the high-cost, second-rate Internet service – and lack of competition – that plagues markets dominated by monopoly providers.
Broadband at the Ballot Box
Broadband was on the ballot as voters went to the polls for Election Day in many areas. Here’s a quick run-down of what happened.
Federal Broadband Infrastructure Funds Should Be About Local Decisions, Control, and Accountability
Congress and the White House are currently managing a handful of different infrastructure proposals which are coming down the pipeline fast.