Jamestown, a city of around 31,000 in southwest New York state, is beginning to evaluate options for a municipal broadband network.
The first step city leaders are taking is to gauge interest in the concept through a survey while also working on a feasibility study. The community is currently served by Spectrum and Windstream. The city is considering the use of some of its allotment of funds from the American Rescue Act to build the network.
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