Grants keep Kewaunee County's broadband efforts buffering

You want faster internet, and Kewaunee County is doing what it can to help make that happen. Kewaunee County recently received its third broadband expansion grant from the Wisconsin Public Service Commission, amounting to $1.3 million. Since partnering with Bug Tussel Wireless, the county has received $3.7 million in grant funds. Kewaunee County Administrator Scott Feldt credits their success with the story they have been able to tell about rural areas struggling with their internet connections.

 Survey results recently posted by the Kewaunee County Economic Development Corporation showed that 62 percent of residents are dissatisfied with their internet speeds, and 30 percent chose where they lived based on their ability to connect. 

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