New survey to help map out broadband access in Kentucky

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - A new survey is being taken on the
Internet to learn more about where broadband is available in
Kentucky.
The Kentucky Finance and Administration Cabinet Commonwealth
Office of Technology is urging homeowners and businesses to take a
five-minute survey. The information will be used to help make sure
everyone has the service it needs to compete.
People without broadband access at home can fill out the survey at another
location.
The state was awarded $2.1 million through the federal Recovery
Act to map broadband availability to plan for Internet service
expansion.

Two links to the survey are below.

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