There is something we and our public officials can do about the problem, but time is running out. August 15 is the deadline for proposals from internet providers to compete for improvement projects paid from a pot of state money that could help a great deal. Up for grabs is over $400 million reserved for areas which the state considers “unserved” and “underserved” by broadband internet speed.
Guess what region of the state has the highest percentage of households defined as “unserved?” You got it. Us, the Adirondacks. » Continue Reading.