Saturday, May 19, 2007

Maryland county lacks adequate broadband access, report finds

The insufficiency of existing services doesn’t come as news to Ken Decker, chairman of the Carroll Cable Regulatory Commission. Home-based workers in Carroll often need broadband access and can’t get it, he said.

The report recommends the county increase broadband access by exploring partnerships with service providers, conducting a feasibility study of a public broadband network and considering how other infrastructure projects can provide opportunities to add fiber-optic lines.

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