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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This local update courtesy of your Lakeville Community Expert.