It looks like the applications aren’t out yet – but the Office of Broadband Development just released more information on the Border to Border Infrastructure Grant Program. I feel like it’s a little like when the waitress brings the ketchup – the burger can’t be far away…
Border to Border Infrastructure Grant Program
Supplemental FAQs now available
We’ve added a few Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to our initial compilation and they are available on our website at http://mn.gov/deed/programs-services/broadband/grant-program/index.jsp (under “More Information”). Entities interested in applying for a grant please note that prevailing wages will apply and should be incorporated into the cost component of the application.
Updated County Maps Available
Connect Minnesota has updated the county maps showing served, underserved and unserved areas, as defined by statute, for eligibility for the grant program. The updated maps include the most current data collected from providers and should be used by an applicant to determine whether an area is eligible. The maps are available, by individual county, at the following link:
After review, if you have questions about the coverage shown, please complete the form on Connect Minnesota’s website at http://www.connectmn.org/infrastructuregrants