On Friday the city of Duluth announced they are looking for the public to participate in a broadband internet survey going through November 12th.
“We need and want our residents to inform our vision for community connectivity,” Larson says.
Not just residents, but businesses as well so the city can understand the gaps in services.
“At least 20% of Duluth residents don’t have any internet access. 20%. Of those that do, 15% only have access through their phone plan,” Larson says.
Now, the goal is to get every community member connected in their homes allowing for a master broadband plan. …
The survey will also be available in physical copy form in Duluth libraries.
To take the survey, click here.