Officials in Virginia’s Louisa County have agreed to construct 10 new towers as part of an effort to expand broadband Internet service. On April 8, the Louisa County Broadband Authority requested proposals from consultants willing to manage the project. The chosen consultant will oversee tower development and negotiate with Internet providers.
Bob Hardy, Louisa County information technology director, told the Central Virginian,
“There are some firms that have done this for a number of communities.
We felt this was the best way to get a company with multiple skill
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