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On Friday, September 29th, Mayor Michelle Wu announced that the City of Boston has been awarded three grants totaling over $5 million from the Massachusetts Broadband Institute (MBI) and the Federal...
Mayor Wu also shared next steps for a more connected Boston.
Mayor Michelle Wu and Senator Ed Markey today announced an investment of over $12 million to bring digital equity and inclusion to nearly 23,000 Boston public housing residents, library users, and...
Listeners and residents can view the application and to obtain more information online.
The amendment to Verizon's license will bring Fios to every neighborhood.
The amendment will double the area of the City served by Verizon Fios from 28% to 56%.
You can provide public comment on a proposed amendment to the cable television license between the City and Verizon.
Boston is the first City to integrate broadband ready principles into the real estate development process.
The license covers three neighborhoods: Dorchester, the Dudley Square area in Roxbury, and West Roxbury.
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