In 2017, Greeley Voters approved Measure 2L which allows a City of Greeley exemption to Senate Bill 152, regarding local control of fiber-optic broadband.
Broadband is a term used to describe a wide range of different types of internet services that provide speeds significantly faster than “dial-up”. The Federal Communications Commission’s National Broadband Plan now defines broadband services as providing a minimum of 25 mbps download speeds and 3-megabit upload speeds of internet content.
Studies on access speeds to the internet show an important correlation with local economic vitality by:
Providing Access to next generation high-speed broadband increases development opportunities, allows greater access to training and job searches and promotes more adoption of internet service by the community.
Citizens Vote to Approve Exemption to Senate Bill 152
City Council approves city initiative to study high speed broadband issues in Greeley
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