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FRONTIER NOT 'PORTING' PROPERLY, CITYNET COMPLAINS
which is building the broadband network. Frontier officials have dismissed Citynet's criticism as "rhetoric." Frontier executives said Citynet wants the state to build an "open-access middle-mile" broadband network that already exists
Published: Wednesday, January 19, 2011
FRONTIER EXPANDS INTERNET AT SNOWSHOE STATE BROADBAND COUNCIL GAVE ANOTHER FIRM $700K TO PERFORM SAME SERVICE
- the resort. The wireless-free zone forces Frontier to hard-wire customers' Internet connections at Snowshoe. Customers must connect laptops to routers with Ethernet cables. Wireless devices and gaming systems don't work. "Guests show...
Published: Tuesday, March 25, 2014
STATE WANTS WEATHERIZATION EMPLOYEE'S SALARY CUT CAPITAL RESOURCE AGENCY REFUSES TO COMPLY
- in South Charleston. York said she would present several different scenarios to pay York and possibly comply with the state's directive. "In the end, it may cost us more," Magi York said. The state has alleged that Barry York's hiring...
Published: Tuesday, April 20, 2010
HOUSING FUND VOTE RAISES QUESTIONS
- Mason County ever got funded. Pauley is using the stimulus funds to build the housing project on an 11-acre property that he purchased for $215,000 from state Treasurer John Perdue, who sits on the Housing Fund's board of directors....
Published: Friday, November 18, 2011
MORRISEY AGAIN GOES OUTSIDE ATTORNEY GENERAL SEEKS HELP WITH VW EMISSIONS LAWSUIT
- U.S. Justice Department. VW also announced a separate agreement with 44 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico that will cost at least $600 million. West Virginia didn't sign on to that deal. "The referenced settlement underrepresented...
Published: Tuesday, August 16, 2016
BROADBAND GRANT REDEFINED, CITYNET SAYS STATE OFFICIALS DISAGREE
- Citynet President Jim Martin alleges that state officials have redefined plans for spending $126 million in federal stimulus funds set aside to expand high-speed Internet in West Virginia, in a letter sent to federal officials last...
Published: Sunday, November 21, 2010
JUSTICE ENTERS GOVERNOR'S RACE 'THINGS REALLY HAVE TO CHANGE,' SAYS BILLIONAIRE OWNER OF THE GREENBRIER RESORT
- and forgo another run for governor cleared the way for Justice to enter the race. Manchin, who served as West Virginia governor from 2005 to 2010, and Justice are longtime friends. Justice, a former registered Republican, has made little...
Published: Tuesday, May 12, 2015
HIGH-SPEED INTERNET FIBER PROJECT NEARLY DONE $43M OF $126.3M IN FEDERAL STIMULUS MONEY REMAINS UNSPENT
- - an extension from the federal government. The stimulus funds now must be spent by September. In West Virginia's application for the stimulus funds, state officials said Frontier would build 900 miles of fiber. The project was scaled...
Published: Sunday, April 28, 2013
$130M FOR STATE INTERNET GROWTH STIMULUS TO ADD WIRELESS TOWERS, FIBER-OPTIC LINES
- courthouses in the state, and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank also will share the stimulus money. The funds will ensure that every K-12 school in the state has high-speed Internet access, said Rockefeller, D-W.Va....
Published: Friday, February 19, 2010
$126 MILLION MANCHIN DEFENDS HANDLING OF BROADBAND PLAN STATE HAS FOLLOWED RULES, GOVERNOR SAYS
- The governor's office was responding to a formal protest filed by Citynet, a Bridgeport-based telecommunications company that alleges the state isn't spending the federal economic stimulus money as the grant intended. Citynet recently...
Published: Friday, October 01, 2010