Submitted by acohill on Wed, 05/25/2005 - 14:54
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer has an article on a report issued by a City of Seattle task force that concluded that the city has to take broadband seriously, and must begin immediately.
This is a must read article that makes many good points. Rather than rehash them, here are some of them verbatim:
The city task force was originally instructed by the City Council to look at doing a citywide wireless project, but after studying the issue, came back with a different set of recommendations that focused on fiber. One city council member has proposed creating an Office of Broadband to study the problem further.
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