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July 17, 2013Savannah, MO |  By: Coffey

Gov Nixon's Broadband Initiative

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon was in Savannah yesterday afternoon for the announcement of United Electric Cooperative's United Fiber project.

The program will provide high speed-internet to nearly 5 thousand 500 households, businesses and local schools in rural northwest Missouri. The project is part of a public/private partnership called Mo-Broadband-Now. Governor Nixon announced his broadband initiative in 2009 and says the project is ahead of schedule.

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Nixon says having high-speed data available to rural areas of the state...such as northwest Missouri...will be boost to the area's economy.

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United Electric Cooperative was awarded 21 million dollars through a 70/30 match program to help fund the project.