Yavapai County unveils first round of ARPA-funded broadband initiative in Congress

During an event in the community of Congress on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024, Yavapai County officials, including County Free Library District Director Corey Christians, center left, and School Superintendent Tim Carter, center right, join Cox Communications Phoenix Market Vice President Susan Anable, center, in cutting a ribbon for the high-speed internet improvements in the community, while other Cox representatives and students from the Congress Elementary School look on. The Congress project is a part of a countywide initiative to improve broadband in unserved and underserved areas of the county. (Yavapai County/Courtesy)

During an event in the community of Congress on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024, Yavapai County officials, including County Free Library District Director Corey Christians, center left, and School Superintendent Tim Carter, center right, join Cox Communications Phoenix Market Vice President Susan Anable, center, in cutting a ribbon for the high-speed internet improvements in the community, while other Cox representatives and students from the Congress Elementary School look on. The Congress project is a part of a countywide initiative to improve broadband in unserved and underserved areas of the county. (Yavapai County/Courtesy)

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