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This action plan from the Schools, Health & Libraries Broadband (SHLB) Coalition explains how streamlining access to rights-of-way and effectively managing public land can expedite the deployment of high-capacity broadband to anchor institutions. This action plan includes a series of strategies and recommendations curated by the coalition.
This resource offers five strategies that city leaders can adopt to improve broadband connectivity in their communities: establish a connectivity vision; assess broadband capabilities and needs; leverage public assets and investments; develop investment-friendly deployment policies; and engage partners.
An official license agreement between the City of Salinas, California, and New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC (AT&T). The contract outlines the terms by which AT&T can attach wireless installations on city-owned structures and use city infrastructure.
This document from the City of Huntsville, Alabama lays out a pole attachment agreement between the Huntsville Utilities Electric Board and Google Fiber, Inc. to install aerial cables in Huntsville.
This resource examines the impact of the FCC's Connect America Fund (CAF II) in its goal of closing the financial gap and improve broadband services. The report explores whether the program is helping to close the rural-urban digital divide and whether CAF II funding is adequate to encourage providers to deploy networks in less densely populated areas.
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