Friday, August 30, 2013Author: John Sprague
(Last modified: 2013-08-30 16:57:56)
Source: The Herald-News
A two-hour work session was not enough to get the answers the Dayton City Council felt they needed to approve the routing of new fiber optics lines into the city.
The fiber optic line would be carried on City of Dayton Electric Department poles as well as AT&T poles by BrightBridge Inc. in order to provide a private medical network for the use of telemedicine through a connection to Rhea Medical Center [RMC]. BrightBridge representatives have also said the fiber optic line could eventually access to private enterprise, but the question of who would be liable for failed connections has been the core issue.
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