City worries deal could hurt local business - Officials: Fiber optics line could hurt local Internet service providers
Published: 8:56 AM, 08/21/2013
Last updated: 8:56 AM, 08/21/2013
Author: John Sprague Source: The Herald-News
In an attempt to not quash private enterprise but allow a potential community-enhancing project to run fiber optic lines to Rhea Medical Center, the Dayton City Council will look at helping Bright Bridge build a rural health network tied into Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga.
The council took no action during a called meeting on Monday and decided to get some answers as to whether or not they can run the fiber line on AT&T poles, which the city has a pole attachment agreement with.
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