Green told of plans to bring fiber to every street starting in June-July at a cost of $300 installation per home. The process will take several weeks. The area around Taylor Avenue is all underground coax which has to be removed and will be treated differently.
For Sierra Brooks, there is no timeline, although it was stated Sierra Brooks is “in the equation.”
Amid intense questioning and crowding around the speaker, Vice Mayor Sarah Jackson commented on how the audience was “really excited.”
LOYALTON CITY COUNCIL approved the purchase of five pagers and two sets of turn outs for the volunteer fire department at Tuesday’s meeting. Fire Chief Shawn Heywood stated the department only had 12 pair of turn outs for 20 folks and the current pagers were outdated and really expensive.
Also approved was the purchase of a surplused 4WD brush engine with 30,000 miles to be purchased using funds from their reserve account.