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SUNY Cobleskill symposium discusses need for broadband in rural areas

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More than 28,000 people in a four-county area including Schoharie and Montgomery have no Internet service, and 24,300 others have Internet access that’s just plain slow. Roughly 72 percent of the 193,207 people in Delaware, Otsego, Montgomery and Schoharie counties are hooked in with broadband internet service — and getting the remainder online is an essential goal, local officials said Thursday. About 50 people gathered at SUNY Cobleskill for a Broadband Symposium established by U.S. ...


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