Sunday, January 07, 2007

Redundant Broadband Lines For Humboldt

The Times- Standard Business Section reports today on the need for a second line for broadband access to Humboldt. That need became clear when the county lost much of its communication capability as a result of the main feed getting severed on December 26.

I wonder if this latest action by the Governator, nixing fees telecommunications companies pay to lay lines alongside freeways, will help get things going.

As always, if asked for a login on the Sacramento Bee web site, username is humboldtlib, password is blogspot.


At 7:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Sac Bee is wrong. There are still fees to pay for the right of ways, they were initially voided but reinstated when the Task Force was initiated. Fees are and will be charged on a cost-based fee structure. Whatever the permits cost is what construction efforts are charged.


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