The North Florida Broadband Authority, in the wake of dwindling customer support that threatens its ability to function, is pushing through in hopes that it will be able to pick up customers with new strategies formed in the next few weeks.
“Yesterday’s challenge,” said NFBA General Manager Richelle Sucara at a board meeting in Fanning Springs last week, “was building the network,” a system that is now in place and serves about 600 customers.
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