Tuolumne County Receives $417,000 Grant to Improve High-Speed ​​Internet Access | New

Tuolumne County is one of a dozen cities and counties across California that will receive a grant as part of a “key first step” in the state’s Broadband for All efforts, worth of $6 billion, which aims to ensure that every resident has access to high-speed Internet.

The $417,000 grant for Tuolumne County was announced by the California Public Utilities Commission, or CPUC, in a news release this week. It will be used to lay the foundation for the installation of broadband infrastructure throughout the county over the next few years.

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