March 9, 2018
"If we're going to have a future, we need to grow, we have to attract young families, people have to be able to work. Yes it affects education, health care, but it all distills down to economic development. It's critical for rural Maine."
A couple of weeks ago, MaineBiz published this article about the challenges that rural Maine is facing to make internet connectivity more available to everyone.
Charlie Woodworth, our Executive Director, is featured in the article to discuss what is different about the grassroots nature of Franklin County's plan, and the importance of internet connectivity for all.
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