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Improving broadband service

Representatives for FCI Towers, the Virginia Beach-based company selected to build two communications towers in Mathews to enhance broadband capabilities and cellular coverage, were in Mathews on Tuesday to do site surveys of Mathews Volunteer Rescue Squad on Cricket Hill Road and Mathews Volunteer Fire Department Station 2 on East River Road in order to determine where the towers will be located. Shown at the rescue squad building, from left in above photo, are FCI vice president Jason Hamill, Mathews Broadband Advisory Board vice chairman Willie Love, Gaurav Singh Mukati of Allpro Engineering, a company that does construction drawings, and Broadband Telecom president Jeff Beekhoo, who is the county’s broadband consultant. In photo at right, taken at Station 2, Love, MVRS president Scott Bergman, Singh Mukati, and MVFD Station 2 Captain Lee Smith, clockwise from left, examine survey drawings. Beekhoo and Hamill are in the background.


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