Md. city leaders sign contract to expand Internet access

08/15/2013 | American City Business Journals

Baltimore officials have hired Magellan Advisors to develop a plan to expand the city's broadband fiber-optic infrastructure. The contract is aimed at improving Internet access for businesses and residents. The move comes after Baltimore lost a bid in 2011 to lure Google to build a high-speed fiber network. Google chose Kansas City, Kan., instead.

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