Will Greeley Be In For Broadband?

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The city of Loveland has already approved and has support to have broadband for the residents. Mayor Pro Tem Don Overcash wrote an article in the Loveland Herald explaining the reason he is behind it, and how it boils down as far as taxpayers go. According to Overcash, this will not come out of taxpayer dollars, only those who choose to opt in will be paying for the service. Overcash also states, that there are multiple committees who will have a close watch on this issue. Greeley wants to possibly do the same thing, only add more features. According to an article from Complete Colorado, Written by Sherrie Peif, Greeley is exploring the option to add broadband to the city; which would include phone and TV services as well. Greeley wants to add more features to possibly attract more people. Phone, Internet, and TV would be an added bonus, but according to Peif’s article, there are still a lot of details to figure out how to make this work.

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