Gloucester’s information technology director Scott Varner will present the results of the broadband internet survey at Tuesday’s meeting of the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors, starting at 7 p.m. in the colonial courthouse.
The survey, conducted last summer by Varner’s department, asked a randomly-selected group of Gloucester residents about their interest in public high-speed wireless internet access, a venture that could cost the county approximately $1 million to set up. The surveys were also intended to paint a picture of areas in the county where residents were not being served by adequate internet access.
The board is also expected to discuss modifying the countywide Resource Management Area; hear a presentation from the finance director on funding options for routine and recurring maintenance and repairs, and receive a status update on the Regional Wet Weather Management Plan.
Finally, the board plans to receive an update from the Capital Improvement ...
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