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Broadband listening sessions coming to southern West Virginia


PRINCETON — Southern West Virginians having trouble with getting reliable broadband internet service are being urged to attend Region I meetings later this month which will allow them to share their concerns with state officials.

The Region I Planning & Development Council is inviting the public to attend a series of listening sessions for the West Virginia Office of Broadband’s Digital Equity (DE) and Broadband Equity, Access and Development (BEAD) Programs, according to public notice published in the Bluefield Daily Telegraph.

Region I will document questions and concerns about the DE and BEAD programs as well as any other relevant broadband-related issues that should be conveyed to the state Office of Broadband.

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