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Lyndon Township supervisor Marc Keezer and Michigan Broadband Cooperative president Ben Fineman

Wired Lyndon

Voters OK broadband tax.

From the October, 2017 issue

Lyndon Township voters passed a millage in August to fund their own fiber-optic network. Because it's not economical for private cable companies to serve sparsely populated areas, 6,000 to 8,000 households in western Washtenaw County have no broadband access, according to Connect Michigan, which helps expand use of broadband.

 
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