China’s Broadband Committee meets virtually at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 15, to continue discussion of expanding internet service in town. People interested in watching or participating in the meeting should contact the town office for information.
At the Oct. 13 selectmen’s meeting, spokesman Tod Detre said the committee is investigating means and costs to upgrade infrastructure in order to provide high-speed internet service throughout the town.
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