Last week, Alameda City Council approved a resolution supporting the City’s application to participate in Google’s Fiber for Communities, as well as to work closely with a local group called wireAlameda on the application. wireAlameda had planned a rally today at Alameda Point to demonstrate support for the project, but it didn’t happen.
Update: March 11, 8:45am – An Alameda Municipal Power representative told Action Alameda News that if the City of Alameda decides not to appeal in the Vectren case, and let the jury judgement stand, the $1.9 million settlement would come from AMP reserves, not from an insurance claim.
In a statement released today, the City [...]
Sources tell Action Alameda News that there is no non-compete clause with Comcast over the sale of Alameda Power & Telecom’s cable division that would preclude the City from submitting an application to Google for their broadband offer.