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Council OK’s Use Agreement With Maryland Broadband

January 12, 2024

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.

Article Source: MD Coast Dispatch

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