iFiber too expensive for some
Project expected to be complete by mid-2013
STERLING – The iFiber project to bring faster Internet speeds to northwest Illinois is expected to be complete in the Sauk Valley by the middle of next year.
While the project was largely intended to give organizations subsidized access to faster Internet speeds, some local agencies and organizations still are finding the connection too expensive.
Sterling Public Library will not participate because of the cost, which would have been $300 a month, Director Jennifer Slaney said.
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