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BROADBAND DEPLOYMENT COUNCIL MEETING FRONTIER EXEC STORMS OUT WALDO ACCUSES CITYNET CEO MARTIN OF 'MISCHARACTERIZATIONS'
if Frontier inflated the number of miles of fiber-optic cable the company erected across the state. In turn, Frontier executives have urged state officials not to award any leftover stimulus funds from the statewide project to Citynet.
Published: Thursday, December 05, 2013
BROADBAND COUNCIL PA. ADVISER GETS 40% OF BUDGET MANCHIN-APPOINTED PANEL HAD $5M TO EXPAND HIGH-SPEED INTERNET ACCESS IN W.VA.
- week. Since late 2009, the West Virginia Broadband Deployment Council has paid L.R. Kimball, an Edensburg, Pennsylvania-based company, $1.88 million. The payments are expected to top $2 million - about 40 percent of the council's entire...
Published: Sunday, August 03, 2014
EXPANDING INFRASTRUCTURE STATE-FUNDED SNOWSHOE RESORT INTERNET PROJECT NETS CUSTOMERS
- Virginia Legislature. Earlier this year, the state Broadband Deployment Council awarded a $713,000 grant to Citynet, a Bridgeport-based company, to expand Internet at the ski resort. Resort officials, homeowners and guests had complained...
Published: Sunday, December 21, 2014
SUIT: FRONTIER MISUSED $40M IN FEDERAL FUNDS
- declined to comment Tuesday. Frontier is West Virginia's largest Internet provider. In 2010, West Virginia received $126.3 million in federal stimulus funds to provide high-speed Internet to 1,064 public facilities - mostly schools,...
Published: Wednesday, July 20, 2016
W.VA. SET TO WEIGH BROADBAND PROJECTS COUNCIL WILL DISBURSE $3.3 MILLION IN GRANTS
- help small businesses and nonprofit groups apply for the state broadband funds. The councils will be paid $90 an hour for their work. State officials expect to receive about two dozen applications. Groups must use the grant money to...
Published: Wednesday, July 18, 2012
CONSUMER AGENCY ASKS PSC TO REVISIT PHONE-LINE DEAL RESTRICTIONS SOUGHT ON FRONTIER PURCHASE OF VERIZON LAND LINES NETWROK
- stimulus money to meet a $48 million requirement to expand high-speed Internet across West Virginia The PSC's Consumer Advocate Division filed a petition Monday, asking the commission to reconsider parts of its decision to approve Frontier's...
Published: Tuesday, May 25, 2010
BROADBAND PLAN CITYNET CHIEF: GOES’ PLAN A ‘DEBACLE’ STATE USING $126M IN FEDERAL TAX DOLLARS
- in its broadband grant application. Instead of establishing a "middle-mile" broadband network that all telecommunications companies could tap into, the state was using the funds to build a "last-mile" network that will be handed over...
Published: Thursday, September 16, 2010
INTERNET ACCESS, NOT JUST SPEED 'HIGHEST-NEED AREAS' TO GET FUNDING FIRST IN REVISED SENATE BILL
- But Sen. Mitch Carmichael, R-Jackson, who works for Frontier and voted in favor of the amendment, said it was unfair to pump state funds into projects that increase Internet speeds while 85,000 West Virginians go without broadband....
Published: Thursday, April 11, 2013
BROADBAND PANEL TO FOLD AT YEAR'S END
- that reviewed grant applications and created an online map of broadband service in West Virginia. The Broadband Council has about $800,000 in leftover funds, money it plans to spend on project audits and reports through the end of the...
Published: Monday, June 09, 2014
'PERSONAL ATTACKS' MANCHIN DEFENDS INTERNET PLAN AFTER E-MAIL BLAST
- which competes with Citynet. On Thursday, Manchin administration officials called Martin's comments "personal attacks." In March, the Governor's Office was awarded a $126 million federal economic stimulus grant to create a high-speed...
Published: Friday, September 17, 2010