Holland City Council Approves Broadband Expansion Bonds

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After an apparent lull, the effort to have broadband access across the city of Holland (MI) looks to be back on the fast track. The Holland City Council unanimously approved the authorization of selling up to $23 million in unlimited tax general obligation bonds to fund the expansion of the Holland BPW’s broadband Internet transport services. The vote comes a year after voters approved the issuance of up to $30 million over 25 years for this initiative. According to Mayor Nathan Bocks, the financial effect on property owners won’t be immediately evident.

Issuing of Broadband Expansion Bonds Approved by Holland City Council A Passion for Community Drives Broadband Forward in Holland, Michigan