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Communities want and need high performance, future-proof all-fiber networks. Many are working with the Fiber Broadband Association, state broadband agencies, providers, consultants and other entities to drive investments by potential network operators — be they the local incumbent, a competitive entrant or even the community itself.  Communities are creating a compendium of best practices which the Fiber Broadband Association will track and make available.

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FTTH Council Opposes Rate Increases for Attachments to Poles in NC
Topic: Broadband Regulation
Owner: Carol Brunner
Date: 2015-05-08
Subtopic:

During the week of May 4, 2015,  the Council sent letters to key members of the North Carolina legislature in opposition to legislation that would increase rates for attachments to poles. The Council intends to follow-up these letters with additional advocacy. If you have facilities or operations in North Carolina and would like to join us in the opposing this legislation, please contact Heather Gold or Tom Cohen


Download File   BrownFTTH_NC_Poles_LetterMay2015.pdf
Download File   BergerFTTH_NC_Poles_LetterMay2015.pdf
Download File   LewisFTTH_NC_Poles_LetterMay2015.pdf
Download File   LucasFTTH_NC_Poles_LetterMay2015.pdf
Download File   MooreFTTH_NC_Poles_LetterMay2015.pdf
Download File   StamFTTH_NC_Poles_LetterMay2015.pdf

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