The City of Boulder, CO is weighing its options for bringing fiber optic broadband to the community's 104,000 residents.
Boulder already owns a fiber optic backbone network. Now the City Council is weighing its options for building out from that backbone to connect to homes and businesses. Options include building and operating it's own fiber network like fellow Colorado communities Longmont, Fort Collins, Loveland, and Estes Park; or building a city-owned network under some sort of public-private partnership. City staff has recommended the partnership option due to the perceived lower risk of doing so.
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