Lakeville to Partner With County on Fiber Upgrades for City Facilities

In Blog, Community News on February 24, 2017 by Community Expert Team
Lakeville to Partner With County on Fiber Upgrades for City Facilities

Lakeville’s city offices are going to get an fiber upgrade.

According to Sun Thisweek Newspapers, a new fiber optic system for city use is proposed to be built under a joint powers agreement (JPA) with Dakota County.

The upgrades will affect 12 of the city’s facilities: the Heritage Center, City Hall, municipal liquor stores, Lakeville Area Arts Center, police and fire stations, water treatment facility and Lakeville’s central maintenance building.

Lakeville is expecting to pay $648,642 of the project, the report said, and will provide a gigabyte of bandwidth and is expected to be built in two phases, beginning this year and concluding in 2018.

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