City of West Monroe seeks broadband service feedback from residents
The City of West Monroe is partnering with ConnectLA as they launch the Louisiana Statewide Broadband Challenge Process to determine locations that need broadband service through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
ConnectLA is asking Louisiana municipalities to provide feedback on the current FCC broadband map. The City of West Monroe has until October 31 to challenge the levels of broadband provided to each resident.
All City of West Monroe residents are being asked whether they have access to high-speed Internet at their home or business address. If not, residents are asked to do one of two things:
• Fill out an online form at www.cityofwestmonroe.com/broadband
• Email your name, address, details of challenge and Internet provide to firstname.lastname@example.org
The State of Louisiana will receive approximately $1.35 billion to implement broadband accessibility projects throughout the state.
More info about ConnectLA can be found at https://connectinglouisiana.com/