The West Central Tribune reports on a fantastic way to start a Border to Border Project…
A series of “meet and greets” will be held over the next three weeks for residents and businesses within the proposed service zone of a broadband project by Consolidated Telecommunications Co.
The meetings are scheduled for this coming Monday; Thursday, March 23; and April 4. All three will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Dethlefs Senior Center in Spicer.
The sessions will be an opportunity for residents to meet representatives of Consolidated Telecommunications Co., ask questions and sign up for future broadband services.
Those who aren’t sure whether their home or business is within the proposed project area may go to the company’s website at www.connectctc.comand enter their street address and zip code.
Kandiyohi County residents who live or own a business outside the project zone are also encouraged to attend. Their input will help Consolidated Telecommunications gauge local interest in future broadband expansion projects.
So smart to get the community involved at the onset. AND I want to highlight the door that has opened because of the grant. They are inviting others to come to help decide where to go next.