Officials eye plans to expand Internet service

Brossy, Chee
May 2009
Navajo Times;5/21/2009, Vol. 48 Issue 20, pA11
The article reports on the initiation of a project to expand Internet service by Navajo Nation Broadband Workforce officials in 2009 in Arizona. Executive director Deswood Tome of the Navajo Telecommunications Regulatory Commission asserted that the implementation of the project is depending on the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act. It is noted that people in the city only access the Internet at schools and libraries, but not in their homes.


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