Public input sought for Port of Columbia broadband project
August 20, 2020
DAYTON—Over the past few years, Port of Columbia officials have been working on a plan to increase broadband access to people in the local community. A broadband feasibility study was completed by the Port in February of this year. The result is a $2 million plan for the Port to build a broadband infrastructure, which can then be used by private internet service providers to provide high-speed internet service at an affordable rate.
The Port will hold a Broadband Informational Meeting scheduled on Zoom on Aug. 31, at 6 pm, and is seeking input from the public. Representatives from other P...