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KU researchers want public’s help in identifying gaps in state’s broadband service

Lawrence Journal World 25 Sep 2021
University of Kansas researchers are trying to create a snapshot of broadband access for every ZIP code in Kansas and now are asking for the public’s help in the effort ... the lack of broadband access in Kansas.
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The closer: Biden in familiar role, to unite party on $3.5T

Enterprise Tocsin 25 Sep 2021
Congress faces a Monday deadline for a test vote on the first piece of his domestic plan, a $1 trillion public works measure that has become snared in the deliberations over the broader package. Centrist Democrats want swift passage of the public works bill that's popular for its money for roads, broadband and public water projects.
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Mining Company Offers First-Ever “Mine-to-Token” Cryptocurrency to Investors Looking for Exposure to Gold

NewsBTC 24 Sep 2021
That’s where Asia Broadband (OTC ... Why Clients Are Choosing Asia Broadband. Asia Broadband supplies both precious and base metals mined in Mexico to clients across Asia ... It is publicly listed in the United States and allows clients to benefit from the vertical integration of its value chain.
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Bipartisan Infrastructure Package Delivers Investments District Two Voters Want

Hastings Tribune 24 Sep 2021
A recent poll taken to gauge public support showed that planned investments in roads and bridges, broadband, clean energy jobs, and a better electric grid were seen favorably among respondents ... From roads and bridges to ports, airports, waterways and broadband, core infrastructure is a key responsibility of the federal government," she said.
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Area News: Sept. 25-26, 2021

The Daily Star 24 Sep 2021
SPRINGFIELD CENTER — Springfield Center Library staff will facilitate a discussion among residents about broadband internet in Springfield from 6 to 7 p.m ... The public is encouraged to attend and share their thoughts regarding the quality of available internet and its necessity in the Springfield community.
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Biden in Familiar Role, to Unite Party on $3.5T

The National Herald 24 Sep 2021
Congress faces a Monday deadline for a test vote on the first piece of his domestic plan, a $1 trillion public works measure that has become snared in the deliberations over the broader package. Centrist Democrats want swift passage of the public works bill that's popular for its money for roads, broadband and public water projects.
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Drive to end energy poverty gets jump start at United Nations

Al Jazeera 24 Sep 2021
The US Senate last month approved a $1 trillion infrastructure bill – the largest in decades – to build better roads, bridges, public transport and broadband internet during the next five years ... divert financial resources to the public health response, according to the .
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Neb. Broadband Bridge Program Now Accepting Applications

Yankton Daily Press 23 Sep 2021
1, the Nebraska Public Service Commission will be accepting applications for the Nebraska Broadband Bridge Program (NBBP). Created by the Nebraska Broadband ... The act allows public entities and private companies to enter into a partnership to apply for grant funding.
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County Eyes $820K To Expand Broadband Efforts

The Ocean City Dispatch 23 Sep 2021
When asked if supporting Maryland Broadband’s request was a valid use of ARPA funds, Chief Administrative Officer Weston Young said broadband was one of the listed uses and the county would host a public hearing regarding its use of ARPA funds before actual expenditures took place.
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Cleveland takes aim at divisive digital divide

Cleveland Jewish News 23 Sep 2021
In a 2019 American Community Survey, about 30.73% of Cleveland households had no broadband access, and 45.96% had no wired connection ... It worked to extend a fiber-optic network that connected Cleveland’s hospitals, which brought gigabyte-per-second connections to Cleveland’s public housing and broadband access to projects-area tenants.
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Zetron to Address How LMR Companies Are Embracing Public Safety Broadband at IWCE 2021 in ...

Ellensburg Daily Record 23 Sep 2021
Zetron's Moskowitz and Martyn will speak in a session titled "How LMR Companies are Embracing LTE / Public Safety Broadband" on Monday, September 27 at 10.15 a.m ... During the session, municipal and government leaders will learn how LMR providers are embracing public safety broadband.
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County COVID aid: Nearly $13 million

The Darlington News & Press 23 Sep 2021
Godbold would like to see as much input as possible into how the funds are spent, including public hearings and citizen surveys. Her personal priorities would include countywide broadband Internet – “It’s important to children; it’s important to families” — and infrastructure work to prevent flooding.
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Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announces plans for $63.2 million in American Rescue Plan funds

Carroll County Times 23 Sep 2021
The county’s plan for the remaining funding includes providing services to communities affected by COVID-19, addressing the negative impacts of the pandemic experienced by residents and business, supporting front-line workers and improving county infrastructure gaps, including water, sewer and broadband, Ball said.
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Cleveland getting 8th most American Rescue Plan stimulus money in the country: Here’s the Top 10 cities receiving the most

Cleveland 23 Sep 2021
Unlike the CARES Act or CRRSA Act, it included $350 billion for state, local, territorial and Tribal governments to address effects of the pandemic, including revenue replacement, funding public health, local economic stabilization and other investments, such as water, sewer and broadband infrastructure.
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Biden works to win over progressives

Waco Tribune-Herald 23 Sep 2021
House Speaker Pelosi has promised centrists a vote on the more modest $1 trillion public works package. That bill of roads, broadband and public water projects enjoys bipartisan Senate support and should easily pass the House even with growing House Republican opposition, but has become sidelined by the bigger debate.
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