The nonprofit aimed at providing Clevelanders low-cost broadband service is holding a public meeting Thursday to talk up its mission and service. DigitalC is hoping ultimately to gain broader support to win over Cleveland City Council, which recently put on hold a $20 million contract with the small nonprofit.
Some council members raised concerns over whether DigitalC has the capacity to deliver service to thousands more households. DigitalC is promoting the event as an open house to “inform the community about the organization’s plan to provide citywide low-cost, high-speed internet service.”
The event is free. Registration information is available here.
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Council members questioned the Bibb administration’s preferred broadband vendor about its ability to expand high-speed internet service citywide.