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Old 01-09-2018, 10:08 PM   #2
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This is related to something I mentioned awhile back with regard to infrastructure projects that were more than just the shovel ready BS under ARRA. I participated in putting together a BTOP grant project that installed over 150 miles of fiber that connected 45 anchor institutions in Texas. I'm not sure about other anchor areas, but I've been noticing major fiber installs around my community for the past year, and reached out to someone after noticing a splice point, and it is ALL connecting to the infrastructure we put in place in 2013.

I hope this is the kind of thing that is a priority in the impending infrastructure plans.
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Old 01-09-2018, 10:21 PM   #3
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This is related to something I mentioned awhile back with regard to infrastructure projects that were more than just the shovel ready BS under ARRA. I participated in putting together a BTOP grant project that installed over 150 miles of fiber that connected 45 anchor institutions in Texas. I'm not sure about other anchor areas, but I've been noticing major fiber installs around my community for the past year, and reached out to someone after noticing a splice point, and it is ALL connecting to the infrastructure we put in place in 2013.

I hope this is the kind of thing that is a priority in the impending infrastructure plans.
Rural Mo is terribly underserved, sparse populations, difficult terrain, wireless wont do it, Cell Providers leve huge gaps. Good to see even the Columbia paper picking up on the issue. Health Providers hit hard, education and rural development held back.
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Old 01-09-2018, 10:34 PM   #4
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Rural Mo is terribly underserved, sparse populations, difficult terrain, wireless wont do it, Cell Providers leve huge gaps. Good to see even the Columbia paper picking up on the issue. Health Providers hit hard, education and rural development held back.
MIZZOU needs to take the lead on any opportunity that comes up. Anchor institutions include school districts and hospitals (telemedicine). Once you get the base infrastructure in (the expensive runs), private industry will step in and flesh it out. I think they have access to the National LambdaRail, or at least Internet 2.
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Old 01-09-2018, 11:09 PM   #5
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MIZZOU needs to take the lead on any opportunity that comes up. Anchor institutions include school districts and hospitals (telemedicine). Once you get the base infrastructure in (the expensive runs), private industry will step in and flesh it out. I think they have access to the National LambdaRail, or at least Internet 2.
Is there a role in this for the Rural Electric coops if the telcoms won't make the investment? Or is the technology just not a fit at all?
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I am rural Missouri. I have exactly 1 option for internet where I am. And I see zero needs for the government interfering in an area that should be private business. I voted for Trump, but I wish someone would explain to him that the executive order pen is slowly turning him into Obama

Trump, don't legislate from the seat!! Let private business do it's thing!! (Not that he is reading, just wanted to vent )
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I am rural Missouri. I have exactly 1 option for internet where I am. And I see zero needs for the government interfering in an area that should be private business. I voted for Trump, but I wish someone would explain to him that the executive order pen is slowly turning him into Obama

Trump, don't legislate from the seat!! Let private business do it's thing!! (Not that he is reading, just wanted to vent )
What specifically was Trump's executive order about and why do you compare it to Obama? Also, what is it about Trump's EO that constitutes "legislating from the seat"?
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Old 01-10-2018, 07:37 AM   #8
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Is there a role in this for the Rural Electric coops if the telcoms won't make the investment? Or is the technology just not a fit at all?
There can be if they are willing. Our local part of he project included of all things, the municipal water utility. We had previously partnered within them on a project when we built a new campus and they were looking to connect water processing facilities, so the project actually terminated in one of their facilities so we could have as much physical separation of the redundancies as possible.
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Old 01-10-2018, 07:47 AM   #9
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I am rural Missouri. I have exactly 1 option for internet where I am. And I see zero needs for the government interfering in an area that should be private business. I voted for Trump, but I wish someone would explain to him that the executive order pen is slowly turning him into Obama

Trump, don't legislate from the seat!! Let private business do it's thing!! (Not that he is reading, just wanted to vent )
Those areas are undeserved because private businesses will not expand into the area. Its a logical failing of the market. Demand is there, but the upfront cost and local monopoly protection laws ensure it doesn't happen.

If only there was some type of historical example we could emulate....

Something like the Rural Electrification Act of 1936, which provided federal loans to electrical cooperatives to expand electricity into rural areas because the market was failing to do so.

Yeah, something like that.

Or we could just mindless scream about bad government, good company. That's totally accurate.
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Old 01-10-2018, 07:49 AM   #10
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Is there a role in this for the Rural Electric coops if the telcoms won't make the investment? Or is the technology just not a fit at all?
Callway Country electric is getting into the market.

Whomever runs the cooperative around California Mo that run south to the lake already is supplying broadband.

3 Rivers in mid mo is saying its too expensive atm.

If only there was some type of federal program to help these cooperatives to expand.
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Old 01-10-2018, 07:55 AM   #11
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Those areas are undeserved because private businesses will not expand into the area. Its a logical failing of the market. Demand is there, but the upfront cost and local monopoly protection laws ensure it doesn't happen.

If only there was some type of historical example we could emulate....

Something like the Rural Electrification Act of 1936, which provided federal loans to electrical cooperatives to expand electricity into rural areas because the market was failing to do so.

Yeah, something like that.

Or we could just mindless scream about bad government, good company. That's totally accurate.
Very well said. Good post
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Old 01-10-2018, 07:58 AM   #12
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Callway Country electric is getting into the market.

Whomever runs the cooperative around California Mo that run south to the lake already is supplying broadband.

3 Rivers in mid mo is saying its too expensive atm.

If only there was some type of federal program to help these cooperatives to expand.
Is it a wireless system? In areas with enough line of site locations there are wireless systems outside of the telcoms. Parts of Pettis has that. In counties like Bates terrain is the issue for those
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Is it a wireless system? In areas with enough line of site locations there are wireless systems outside of the telcoms. Parts of Pettis has that. In counties like Bates terrain is the issue for those
The cooperatives are not doing wireless systems because they can easily run fiber on the Telephone lines they own. So it saves them a lot in up front costs since they don't have to dig or get permission from other companies to use their infrastructure.

I, personally, have a wireless provider. I'd rather my coop bring me broadband though.

The wireless is nice, but I'm paying $65 dollars for 5mbs. (I could pay $120 for 10mb No.)

With some of the cooperatives, they are offering 100mb up to 1 gb.
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What specifically was Trump's executive order about and why do you compare it to Obama? Also, what is it about Trump's EO that constitutes "legislating from the seat"?
The EO is referred to in the OP. My comparison to Obama was meant mostly to the use and abuse of EO's. That is where I am coming from on the legislating from the seat bit. I know every president does it, but I complain about it regardless of party.
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Our Electric CoOp was the one that brought high speed in. Fastest internet in the state of Missouri. Our whole rural area has high speed and cable. Run the fiber optic lines on the electric lines in which they already have the easements and infrastructure in place.
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