The City’s consultant, CTC Technology and Energy, provided an update to the Rural Internet Access Committee (RIAC) on May 22, 2019, highlighting possible approaches to extending high-speed internet service to the underserved and non-served areas of Wildwood. This update and presentation identified eight (8) possible approaches to bring high-speed internet access to the rural parts of Wildwood, which is a major priority of the Committee and the City.
You can review the consultant’s presentation, along with view a recording of the Rural Internet Access Committee’s (RIAC) May 22, 2019 meeting discussing it, at the following links below.
Recording of the May 22, 2019 Rural Internet Access Committee (RIAC) Meeting
CTC Technology and Energy's May 22, 2019 Presentation to the Rural Internet Access Committee (RIAC) (PDF)
The Rural Internet Access Committee (RIAC) is seeking input from the public regarding the consultant’s presentation. If you would like to submit your comments, please email email@example.com.
Additionally, Bays ET provided an update of its progress on a fiber installation project within the Hawks Rest Subdivision. Bays ET also provided information about potential costs, if this approach of providing fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) internet services to individual subdivisions were to be implemented elsewhere in Wildwood. You can find information about this update at the following link below.
Update from Bays ET (PDF)