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Help us by taking a quick survey about internet use in Redding!

 
 

Dear Redding Resident,

Internet access has become a necessity of life for us these days, both personally and professionally, and the faster the better.

Faster internet will spur economic development in Connecticut. Creating an open-access internet will give consumers options, and in turn, lower prices for the services they need.

The CT Gig Project is a coalition of municipalities, state officials, and other interested parties committed to bringing high-speed, low-cost internet to residents and businesses in Connecticut, through public-private partnerships.

In Redding, the Board of Selectmen established a Utilities Task Force to lead the work on this project. Members are: Leon Karvelis, Susan Clark, Don Cullman, Wes Higgins, and Henry Polio. 

UCONN has developed surveys for residents and businesses to complete to help us understand the demand for this infrastructure in our community.

The Task Force would be most grateful if you would take a few minutes to complete the survey most relevant to you.  Click for:  Residential or Business

Please click here to visit the CT Gig Project website and learn more.

We'll report back on results. Thank you!

Best regards,

Julia Pemberton
First Selectman