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Town of Liberty Grove getting more connected

A five-year mission to get you better and faster internet in the Town of Liberty Grove picked up some more bandwidth on Tuesday. The Town of Liberty Grove Board approved a letter that will be sent to approximately 60 parcels in Northport notifying them that they are eligible to get hooked up to fiber optic internet from Nsight, which has been tasked with providing the same service to residents and businesses on Washington Island. They will continue working with Nsight well into the future too. They signed a contract with the company and FARR Technologies to complete an engineering study to determine how to bring fiber optic internet to the rest of the town and how much it will cost. A combination of federal and state grants is being used to finance a portion of the project along with long-term borrowing. Town Board Chairperson John Lowry says their technology committee has worked hard to ensure the project could take off.

Lowry expects the study to take place for much of 2023 to develop the plan to be implemented in 2024.

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