Rochester City Council shoots down public Internet study proposal



By Jeffrey Pieters, Post-Bulletin

“Rochester City Council members gave the back of their hand to the thought of public-offered Internet broadband.

Council member Michael Wojcik proposed to fellow council members that they direct Rochester Public Utilities to study the feasibility of offering such a system as a low-priced alternative to private services that are available.”

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  • Christopher Mitchell

    Tremendously disappointing to hear the BS that Charter supposedly has so much competition. Much like claiming a monopolistic car dealership has competition not only from bicycle shops but also roller skates.