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BROADBAND

At Tuesday's Kandiyohi County Board meeting, the commissioners approved submitting three letters of support toward three broadband projects hoping to be awarded state Border-to-Border grant funds. An update on projects was also given at the meeting.
LTD is based in Las Vegas, but many of its top officers work in Minnesota.
A cooperative project between Kandiyohi County and Charter Communications will bring broadband to more than 170 rural, unserved homes and small businesses in the county. Charter is investing more than $563,000, and the county has committed nearly $240,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funding.

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The Kandiyohi County Board of Commissioners has approved sending American Rescue Plan Act dollars to another high-speed broadband project, this time in Hawick and Long Lake. Approximately 289 properties will soon have access to fiber-to-the-home broadband, through Vibrant Broadband.
The Willmar City Council gave its Planning and Development staff the OK to continue working with VIBRANT Broadband on a project would bring fiber broadband into the city's Industrial Park. The city could then build off that backbone to offer fiber to homes across the city.
While the news doesn’t seem to be good for Kandiyohi County in regard to receiving a major broadband grant from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, the county continues to work with Meeker County to get a USDA ReConnect grant. The county is also still waiting for word on the state Border to Border grant.

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