Survey asks Tiburon residents to weigh in on broadband connectivity
Tiburon is seeking residents’ feedback on the quality of internet connectivity and accessibility in town, part of its ongoing work to develop a strategic plan to bring broadband service to every home.
The survey is online now and will remain up for six to eight weeks. Its goal is to provide baseline information to Denver-based consulting firm Magellan Advisors, hired by the town in August to produce the seven-month strategic broadband study. The town will pay the firm $93,450 for its work, with funding coming from its $2.17-million share of federal coronavirus-relief aid.
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