The project moved forward despite much outcry from a percentage of residents. I won't begin to try and say there haven't been issues attached to this project. There have been plenty. And there have been plenty of people who have enjoyed pointed those problems out. What I find most disappointing is a lack of willingness to find solutions to the problems and lack of desire to find ways to improve upon it.
It's amazing what a little research can find. Microsoft announced on July 11 their involvement in bringing whitespace to under-served communities in the U.S. and abroad. They obviously believe in it's potential to bridge the broadband gap, just as our past Supervisor and board did.
I continue to feel hope; hope that maybe some new faces in November will take the time to do the research and the work to help move Whitespace and our investment forward.