Share

Comments on:

Small town spends millions on hyper-fast Internet nobody wants ... yet

Back to the article » |
Tullahoma, a city of only 18,000 residents, has invested $17 million of taxpayer money in ultra-high-speed Internet in hopes of attracting business to the small Tennessee town. But, as city leaders tout the potential economic benefits of the service known as Gigabit Internet, critics question the high cost of the infrastructure and why local government is getting into a business normally...

To learn more about commenting on WashingtonExaminer.com and our community guidelines, please see our comments FAQ.