At the intersection of people, communities, businesses and government is the need for technology infrastructure to keep pace with growing populations and which position cities to compete in getting the best jobs through comprehensive economic development strategies. On May 3, I introduced a “dig once” policy that will create a road map for coordinating capital projects with the installation of conduits/fiber optic cables and minimizing the number of excavations in our public right-of-way; thus, improving our economic position without more costs or inconveniences to neighbors. Agenda item here.

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