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Fast Internet Slow to Get to County-But it’s Coming

It may seem that high speed internet is taking it’s slow, slow time reaching all of Nevada County. But John Paul, the CEO of Spiral Internet in Nevada City says things are still happening outside of public view.

click here to listen to John Paul

The Middle Mile project was funded by a Federal stimulus grant to install fiber optic cable basically from Bakersfield to Colusa, on a path through Nevada County.

click here to listen to John Paul
Paul says Spiral has plans to use it to bring internet service to those who cannot get it now.

click here to listen to John Paul

Spiral Internet is still awaiting funding from the California Public Utilities Commission to get the project going, but Paul says it could start soon.

click here to listen to John Paul

Paul says the entire 3-phase project is projected to take 6 to 7 years to complete, but people can go to the Spiral website now to see if they are in reach to get internet.

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Paul says phase 1 of the project will create 70 to 80 jobs as they begin to build the internet infrastructure.

1 Comment

March 3, 2015

herman w

I have spiral internet, and I am very happy with it and it will be even better if it gets faster still. Good Luck guys with your project.

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