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Mayor Coss on Broadband

September 21, 2011, 12:00 am
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 During a recent interview with SFR, Mayor David Coss expressed frustration at the lack of citywide broadband service in Santa Fe.


Though a proposed March 2012 bond package may include $3 million for broadband, Santa Fe still lags behind the rest of northern New Mexico, where county and local officials broke ground on a high-speed internet project Sept. 19. 


Tres Piedras [in northern New Mexico]…is where I used to hunt deer,” Coss told SFR. 


“Tres Piedras has broadband, and we don’t? Let’s make that investment.”

 

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