There’s a push to (finally) improve broadband service throughout Maine. Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission is working with others in Knox and Sagadahoc to identify the real obstacles facing residents still unable to access decent internet, defined as 100up/100down (Mbps). Please take five minutes to complete this survey. It’s our latest try for “digital equity.”
Coastal Maine Regional Broadband
We’re working with Knox and Sagadahoc Counties — towns, broadband committees, libraries, Spectrum Generation, and others — to learn about real obstacles area residents face in getting online. This is one of 13 regional partnerships around the State addressing digital equity and inclusion.
Check out the new website for this project — http://www.cmrb.me — to see what’s going on!
On this website is a link to the Maine Broadband Survey. Your voice is important to help identify priorities for broadband infrastructure and digital equity. It will only take about 5 minutes of your time. The responses from around the State becomes input to the State’s Broadband Action Plan — and we’d love Lincoln County residents to be heard!
You can also download a PDF version here, and mail it back to the LCRPC.