Md. hits snag in meeting goal for rural broadband network

Maryland’s goal of developing a broadband network for students in rural areas by August 2021 has been pushed back several months. The delay was caused by “necessary agreements between all the groups involved” taking longer than expected,  said Kendrick Gordon, the director of the Governor's Office of Rural Broadband. Collaborative Solutions Maryland, a 501(c)3 corporation formed by the ...

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