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By Michele Smith
The Times 

Port's agreement with NoaNet provides a possible avenue for community-wide broadband service


DAYTON—At their meeting in February, the Port of Columbia commissioners approved an Interlocal Agreement (ILA) with NoaNet (Northwest Open Access Network) to provide broadband service to the Port office and to Port-owned businesses.

Dickinson said the Port office will be used as a hub for a wireless system that will serve the tenants in the Rock Hill Industrial Park, and, possibly other businesses and residences, at that end of town.

“According to NoaNet wireless system technologies have improved greatly over the last few years, so it’s possible to reach quite a distance from our office,” Dick...

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