Multi-town ‘communication districts’ could be part of a new push for broadband in rural N.H.
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The long-stalled effort to bring fast internet to rural towns in New Hampshire is getting a new look these days. Make that a bunch of new looks.
“Folks have finally realized that existing carriers are not going to give it to them. If they want something in their town they’re going to have to do it themselves. People are on board – that’s what is new, and I’m seeing happen over the last five years,” said Carole Monroe, project manager for perhaps the most unusual of these efforts, called LymeFiber. “People are being creative about this.”