Posted by: Lawyer Sanders | April 6, 2010

Jeffrey M. Sanders says Kentucky has survey on broadband availability or lack thereof in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

The Kentucky Commonwealth Office of Technology (COT) has an important survey on Home Broadband Internet Availability. Through Kentucky at Work, the Commonwealth is implementing various programs funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

ARRA will provide a much-needed, one-time infusion of dollars to promote quality of life through investments in education, health care and public safety; and to make strategic investments now to position Kentucky for the future.

An important element of the program is to ensure that high-speed Internet (broadband) is available to many rural and urban communities where such service has been lacking.  As someone who travels across the Comonwealth on business, it is fair to say that Kentucky has little or no broadband availability outside of Louisville, Lexington, and Northern Kentucky. In short, it sucks!!

Thus, Kentucky is requesting input to identify broadband service availability. A survey to gather your input is available online and typically requires 5 minutes to complete. You may access the Broadband Availability Survey online at the following link: 

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