High speed internet links Anoka County public buildings

  • Article by: Jim Adams , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 24, 2013 - 9:02 AM

Upgraded Internet cable service means fire stations, libraries, city halls and other public facilities in Anoka County are working faster.

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Flash_GordonSep. 23, 13 8:11 AM

I note that no members of the Anoka County Board are quoted in this story. The present conservative majority would NEVER have passed the referendum for high speed internet.

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parksworkerSep. 23, 1311:15 AM

kordiak should have said that kevirn was the real tech manager of the project. he tried to keep her with the county but could not. give her credit.

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morbthrmsnowSep. 23, 13 1:45 PM

they will also have to pay for ongoing maintenance of all this fiber and switching equipment, for as long as they use it.

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chastaylorOct. 3, 1310:35 AM

This initiative has been in process since the late 90's, no bash intended. The high speed capabilities should allow the use of VOIP products and improve the overall quality of service, while reducing or maintaining expenses they were currently bearing to support malfunctional systems. What in the world does this have to do with conservatives or liberals?

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