CPUC set to vote on local gigabit project on December 3

On December 3, 2015, the California Public Utilities Commission is scheduled to vote on Spiral Internet’s (as Bright Fiber Network) gigabit fiber optic Internet network project, according to a statement at NevadaCountyConnected.com.

Construction would “most likely” begin in “late spring” if the project is approved, according to the website.

More details are here at the CPUC website.

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One Response to CPUC set to vote on local gigabit project on December 3

  1. Don Pelton says:

    I wrote my emails of support to the CPUC commissioners this morning about 6 am! Eager! 🙂

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