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47% FEDS APPROVE STATE'S $126.3M BROADBAND CATCH-UP PLAN
The state must finish the project by February 2013 or risk losing unspent funds. West Virginia was award the $126.3 million in federal stimulus money in 2010. The state is using the bulk of the grant funds to bring high-speed Internet ...
Published: Tuesday, December 06, 2011
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47% FRONTIER WANTS CITYNET COMPLAINT THROWN OUT
Citynet never agreed to pay for them. Citynet and Frontier have been at odds for years. Citynet CEO Jim Martin has accused Frontier of using federal stimulus funds to build a high-speed Internet network in West Virginia that solely...
Published: Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Words: 537

47% BROADBAND CHALLENGE STATE SHOULD BOLSTER HIGH-SPEED EFFORTS, REPORT SAYS
would benefit. Citynet wants the state to build a "middle-mile" broadband network that the company and other telecommunications providers could tap into. The state is constructing a "last-mile" network that will be owned and operated...
Published: Sunday, February 27, 2011
Words: 888

47% SPEED MATTERS 45 PERCENT OF WEST VIRGINIANS HAVE INTERNET SPEEDS BELOW THE FEDERAL STANDARD
to expand the network and build out is the right way to go." Citynet, a Frontier competitor, has opposed the state's use of the $126 million in stimulus funds. Citynet CEO Jim Martin has said that the state's broadband network would...
Published: Sunday, December 26, 2010
Words: 698

47% BROADBAND PANELIST RESIGNS SEAT
as an out-of-state resident. For months, Friloux and Martin have assailed state officials for their use of $126.3 million in federal stimulus funds to bring broadband to health-care facilities, schools, libraries and other public agencies....
Published: Thursday, February 24, 2011
Words: 773

47% `I'M RESPONSIBLE FOR EVERY CUSTOMER' FRONTIER HAS NEW WEST VIRGINIA CHIEF
examining Frontier's role in a $126.3 million broadband expansion project in West Virginia. Frontier received about $40 million in federal stimulus funds to bring high-speed fiber Internet to schools, libraries and other government...
Published: Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Words: 912

47% BROADBAND EXPANSION EMERGENCIES CHIEF FINED FOR VIDEO AD BY ETHICS PANEL
a $126.3 million high-speed Internet expansion project that included the towers. In September, the West Virginia Legislative Auditor issued a scathing report about the tower project, citing bidding irregularities, purchasing violations...
Published: Sunday, March 16, 2014
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47% $250M HUNTINGTON PROJECT HITS WALL WITH STATE AGENCY
recovery zone bonding capacity left over that it could allocate at a future meeting this summer. The bonds must be issued by the end of the year under the federal program. Project applicants have until Aug. 1 to provide documentation...
Published: Friday, May 21, 2010
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47% ETHANE CRACKER IN INSTITUTE? KANAWHA FIRM IS EXPECTED TO ANNOUNCE $300M PROJECT NEXT WEEK
January, Innova Commercialization Group in Fairmont invested $200,000 in Aither through the West Virginia Capital Access Program, which uses federal stimulus funds to help small businesses. "We're in the process of raising hundreds...
Published: Saturday, March 17, 2012
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46% PERDUE LAND DEAL REDACTED READING MEMOS RAISE QUESTIONS ABOUT PERDUE'S INVOLVEMENT WITH PAULEY
not the Housing Fund's." The FBI and U.S. Attorney's Office are investigating Perdue's land deal with Pauley. The developer paid Perdue $215,000 for the property in December 2010. Perdue's lawyer, Mike Carey, declined comment last week....
Published: Sunday, December 18, 2011
Words: 1038

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