Baltimore city is now considering options for expanding its pre-existing fiber network. Such consideration is now being amplified following the city hiring broadband consultants Magellan Advisors to “identify costs and risks associated with expanding city broadband infrastructure,” as Technically Baltimore reported.
Writing in the Baltimore Sun, she said, “local governments continue to flirt with an idea that should have been discarded years ago.” At the end of the op-ed, she calls municipally-owned broadband networks “fanciful boondoggles.”-30-
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