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DCEDC Technology Committee to bring communities together on broadband

The Door County Economic Development Corporation will give local elected officials an update on efforts to make county policies more broadband friendly.  The DCEDC will hold a pair of seminars to explain the organization's meetings with county officials to revise policies that currently make county-wide broadband expensive.  Jim Schuessler, DCEDC Executive Director, says simple changes could quickly expand broadband internet.

 


The first DCEDC broadband seminar for local elected officials is scheduled for Tuesday, October 15th at the Door County Economic Development offices on Walnut Street in Sturgeon Bay.  The second seminar is set for Thursday, October 17th at Door County Broadband on Triax Parkway in Baileys Harbor.  The time and registration information is below.

 

 

 

The first DCEDC broadband seminar for local elected officials is scheduled for Tuesday, October 15th at the Door County Economic Development offices on Walnut Street in Sturgeon Bay.  The second seminar is set for Thursday, October 17th at Door County Broadband on Triax Parkway in Baileys Harbor.  Each session runs from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM. 

 

To register email Jim@DoorCountyBusiness.com.

 

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