Municipal Broadband

    Many municipalities across the country are deploying next-generation, high-bandwidth telecommunications networks as a means of stimulating economic growth and development. The FTTH Council takes the position that any entity that wants to deploy FTTH should be permitted to do so, and so it opposes the efforts of some states to frustrate these efforts by local governments.

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    2016-09-08 Inhibiting Connection: State policy impacting expansion of municipal broadband networks Details
    2015-01-19 Comments of FTTH Council in Support of Electric Power Board and City of Wilson (and Reply Comments) Details
    2011-11-30 FTTH Council Letter to NC Legislators Opposing Anti-Municipal Networks Bill Details
    2011-11-28 Municipal Fiber to the Home Deployments 2009: Next Generation Broadband as a Municipal Utility Details
    2011-11-28 Council Comments to FCC on Muncipal FTTH Deployment and the National Broadband Plan Details
    2011-11-28 FTTH Council FCC Filing on Municipal Experience with Open Access and Retail FTTH Systems Details

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