Governor’s office examines broadband in Spring Creek (NV)

Slow internet speeds affecting Spring Creek customers were brought to the attention of a team from Gov. Brian Sandoval’s office Wednesday, who are searching for ways to improve data service to the growing community.  At a meeting of business and government leaders Dec. 6, Jojo Myers Campos, broadband manager for the Governor’s Office of Science, Innovation and Technology, and members of the E-Rate Central Nevada team discussed options for Spring Creek and Elko County residents to receive high-speed internet.     Read the article…………….


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