A tentative first step toward broadband construction policy reform in California

6 February 2015 by Steve Blum
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The California legislature has broadband development – particularly, government obstacles to infrastructure construction – on its agenda this year. Assemblyman Bill Quirk – who represents a swath of the east bay area from San Lorenzo, through Hayward and Fremont, to Sunol – introduced the beginnings of a bill that’s aimed at making it easier to build both wireline and wireless facilities.

At this point, the language in assembly bill 57 is not specific about what it’ll do.… More