A right-of-way use agreement will allow a nonprofit cooperative to move forward with a fiberoptic installation at 85th Street. On Tuesday, the Ocean City Council voted 4-1, with Council Secretary Tony DeLuca opposed and Councilmembers Will Savage and Carol Proctor absent, to approve a right-of-way use agreement with Maryland Broadband, a nonprofit cooperative that provides middle-mile internet services to rural and underserved areas. City Manager Terry McGean said the agreement is required before any work can begin.
Council OK’s Use Agreement With Maryland Broadband
January 12, 2024