Today, Michael Janson, deputy director of the FCC’s rural broadband auctions task force, makes a stop in South Charleston, West Virginia, to talk internet connectivity with local policymakers and lawmakers. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) also expects to be there. She’s been pushing the FCC to set aside funding in the FCC’s upcoming Mobility Fund auctions for mountainous or tough-to-serve areas like her home state.
Source: POLITICO Morning Tech
When will the FCC have a Sierra road trip to see some rougher to serve areas? Heads Up for the staff in Congressman La Malfa Office, we need a visit from the FCC to make sure they understand the Sierra challenges.