Whether Los Alamos gets community broadband is largely dependant on public input, and every effort is being made to garner as much as possible.
“I want people to feel they are being heard and that their input is valuable,” said John Jones, IT project manager for Los Alamos County.
So far the response has been very positive.
Educating residents about the benefits of community broadband is part of the process.
The more you understand how quickly technology is advancing, the more you realize the need for this,” Jones said.