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Tuesday: Governor O’Malley and Senator Mikulski to Celebrate Completion of the One Maryland Broadband Network



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Governor O’Malley and Senator Mikulski to Celebrate Completion of the One Maryland Broadband Network

ANNAPOLIS (October 11, 2013) – On Tuesday, October 15, Governor Martin O’Malley will join Senator Barbara A. Mikulski, Howard County Executive Ken Ulman and state and local officials, to visit Kent Island High School and highlight the successful completion of the One Maryland Broadband Network and the benefits additional broadband capacity brings to Maryland communities. The One Maryland Broadband Network project connects over 1,066 community anchor institutions, such as schools, police facilities, libraries, colleges and universities with 1,321 new miles of fiber.

When: Tuesday, October 15, 2013, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Where: Kent Island High School, 900 Love Point Rd, Stevensville, MD 21666

The One Maryland Broadband Network has been regarded as a model partnership between federal, state and local communities. Maryland communities are now able to access affordable, abundant and very high speed broadband in every part of our state. This infrastructure is paving the way for the future of high-speed internet service in our State while expanding economic opportunities, increasing our ability to provide public safety and health services, and strengthening our small business communities.