Map of CASF Approved Projects as of December 31, 2021

July 14, 2022

CPUC approves additional funding for one grant in the amount of $1,658,198

December 16, 2021

CPUC approves funding for 13 projects in the amount of $78,181,923.89

November 18, 2021

CPUC approves funding for two projects in the amount of $1,712,901.47

September 23, 2021

CPUC approves funding for three projects in the amount of $3,081,541.09

June 24, 2021

CEQA Resolution: CPUC releases grant funding for one previously approved project in the amount of $3,608,224

  • Cal.net Inc. Tuolumne Mariposa Project - Grants the Petition for Modification of Resolution of Resolution T-17502 to remove the construction phase performance bond requirement, approves the Categorical Exemption prepared in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), and authorizes the release of $3,608,224 in grant monies to construct the Project.  Resolution T-17737

February 11, 2021

CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $1,428,479

  • Frontier Communications Smith River Project - Approves funding up to the amount of $1,428,479 to construct last-mile fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) broadband infrastructure to unserved communities in Del Norte County.  Resolution T-17715

January 14, 2021

CPUC approves 2 resolutions for a grant amount of $8,638,778

  • Hunter Communications Hoopa Valley Broadband Initiative (HVBI) Project - Approves funding up to the amount of $8,223,340 to construct middle-mile and last-mile broadband infrastructure. The proposed project will provide last-mile hybrid fiber and fixed wireless broadband access to unserved households on the Hoopa Valley Tribal Reservation in Humboldt County.  Resolution T-17717
  • DigitalPath Sutter Placer Project - Approves funding up to the amount of $415,438 to deploy last-mile fixed wireless infrastructure to enable high-speed internet access to unserved households in Sutter and Placer Counties.  Resolution T-17720

    December 17, 2020

    CPUC approves two resolutions for a grant amount of $11,311,131.30   

    • Plumas Sierra Telecommunications Scott Road Project - Approves funding up to the amount of $3,707,475 to deploy middle-mile and last-mile fiber infrastructure to enable fiber-to-the-home broadband access to unserved households in Lassen and Sierra Counties.  Resolution T-17712
    • Race Telecommunications Gigafy Williams Project - Approves funding up to the amount of $7,603,656.30 to deploy middle-mile and last-mile fiber infrastructure to enable fiber-to-the-premise broadband access to unserved households in Colusa County.  Resolution T-17716

    November 3, 2020

      • Brookside Country Club
      • Country Meadows Mobile Home Park
      •  El Dorado Estates
      • Foothill Terrace Mobile Home Village
      • Los Alisos and Los Robles Mobile Estates (Withdrawn March 16, 2022)
      • Monterey Manor Mobile Home Village
      • Plaza Village Mobile Estates
      • Soboba Springs Mobile Estates (Withdrawn March 16, 2022)
      • Villa Montclair Mobile Home Park

    July 16, 2020

    CEQA Resolution: CPUC releases grant funding for one previously approved project in the amount $2,233,542.20

    • Happy Valley Telephone Company Olinda Project - Approves the Initial Study Mitigated Negative Declaration prepared in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and authorizes the release of $2,233,542.20 in grant monies approved by Resolutions T- 17441 and T-17517 to construct the Olinda Last Mile Underserved Broadband Project in Shasta County.  Resolution T-17701

    June 25, 2020

    CEQA Resolution: CPUC releases grant funding for one previously approved project in the amount of $1,458,886

    • Frontier Communications Lytle Creek Project - Authorizes the release of $1,458,886 in grant monies to construct the Project and approves the Categorical Exemption prepared in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).  Resolution T-17699

      May 7, 2020

      CPUC approves additional funding for 1 grant in the amount of $10,820,150

      December 19, 2019

      CPUC approves three grant resolutions for a grant amount of $12,689,849.72

      • Frontier Communications Northeast Project Phase 1 - Approves funding of up to $10,912,972.96 to deploy middle-mile fiber and last-mile VDSL2 broadband access to CASF-eligible households in unincorporated Lassen and Modoc Counties.  Resolution T-17671
      • Frontier Communications Taft Cluster Project - Approves funding of up to $399,701.79 to deploy last-mile VDSL2 facilities to unserved households near the communities of Taft, Buttonwillow, Fellows, McKittrick, and McFarland in western Kern County.  Resolution T-17668

      December 5, 2019

      CPUC approves 6 grant resolutions for a grant amount of $12,104,982

      • Plumas-Sierra Telecommunications Keddie Project - Approves funding up to $1,512,163 to deploy middle-mile and last-mile fiber infrastructure to provider fiber-to-the home broadband access to unserved households in the city of Keddie in Plumas County.  Resolution T-17672
      • Plumas-Sierra Telecommunications Plumas Eureka-Johnsville Project - Approves funding up to $1,270,872 to deploy middle-mile and last-mile fiber infrastructure to provide fiber-to-the home broadband access to unserved households in unincorporated communities of Plumas Eureka and Johnsville in Plumas County.  Resolution T-17678
      • Plumas-Sierra Telecommunications Lake Davis Project - Approves funding up to $1,118,873 to deploy a middle-mile fiber network and a wired and wireless last-mile network to provide broadband service to the Lake Davis area in Plumas County.  Resolution T-17675
      • Plumas-Sierra Telecommunications Mohawk Vista Project - Approves funding up to $2,183,427 to deploy middle-mile and last-mile fiber infrastructure to provider fiber-to-the home broadband access to unserved households in unincorporated communities of C-Road, Mohawk Vista, and Portola in Plumas County.  Resolution T-17673
      • Cruzio Media, Inc. Equal Access Santa Cruz Project - Approves funding of up to $2,445,153 to deploy last-mile fiber-to-the-home facilities that will enable high speed broadband service at speeds of at least 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) download and 1 Gbps upload to unserved households located within seven mobile home park businesses in the Soquel/Capitola region of Santa Cruz County.  Resolution T-17674

       

      October 10, 2019

      CPUC approves additional funding for one previously approved project in the amount of $9,061,201

      September 12, 2019

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $692,888.58

      • Frontier Weimar Project - Approves funding of up to $692,888.58 to deploy last-mile VDSL2 broadband access to CASF-eligible households in Placer County.  Resolution T-17660

      January 10, 2019

      CPUC approves one resolution transferring control via a stock purchase agreement

      August 9, 2018

      CEQA Resolution: CPUC releases grant funding for one previously approved project in the amount of $3,645,085

      • Siskiyou Telephone Company Happy Camp to Somes Bar Project - Authorizes the release of grant monies to Siskiyou Telephone Company (U-1017-C) to construct the Happy Camp to Somes Bar Fiber Connectivity Project; and, approves the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration prepared in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for the Project.  Resolution T-17623

      July 26, 2018

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $98,795

      • Cal.net Inc, El Dorado North Broadband Project - Approves additional CASF Grant of $98,795 to Cal.net, Inc. to reimburse Cal.net 60 percent of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review cost overage for its El Dorado North Broadband Project.  Resolution T-17622

      July 12, 2018

      CPUC approves two resolutions for a grant amount of $2,721,453

      • Frontier California Lytle Creek Project - Approves funding for the grant application of Frontier California, Inc. up to the Amount of $1,458,886 for the Lytle Creek Project for unserved areas in San Bernardino County.  Resolution T-17613

      May 31, 2018

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $1,796,070

      • Anza Electric Connect Anza Phase 2 Project - Approves funding for the grant application of Anza Electric Cooperative, Inc. in the amount of $1,796,070 for Phase 2 of the Connect Anza Project.  Resolution T-17581

      May 10, 2018

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $1,868,881  

      • Bolinas Gigabit Network Project - Approves funding in the amount of $1,868,881 for the Bolinas Gigabit Network Project, which includes new last-mile broadband infrastructure in Bolinas, Marin County.  Resolution T-17608

      April 26, 2018

      CEQA Resolution: CPUC releases grant funding for one previously approved project in the amount of $1,139,755

      • Cal.Net El Dorado North Project - Approves the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration prepared in compliance with CEQA and authorizes the release of grant monies to Cal.net, Inc. to construct the El Dorado North broadband project.  Resolution T-17603

      December 14, 2017

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $27,629,599

      • Race Telecommunications Gigafy Phelan Project - Approves funding up to the amount of $27,629,599 for the Race Gigafy Phelan Project.  The Gigafy Phelan Project will install a fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) system to CASF “priority areas” in the underserved communities in and around Phelan in San Bernardino County.  Resolution T-17525

       July 13, 2017

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $27,629,599  

      • Race Telecommunications Gigafy Phelan Project - Approves funding up to the amount of $27,629,599 for the Race Gigafy Phelan Project. The Gigafy Phelan Project will install a fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) system to CASF “priority areas” in the underserved communities in and around Phelan in San Bernardino County.  Resolution T-17525

      June 15, 2017

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $1,076,062

      • LCB Communications Light Saber Broadband Project - Approves funding in the amount of $1,076,062 for the Light Saber Project that consists of approximately 17 miles of fiber optic cable and will offer fiber-to-the-premise to 150 underserved households in the Paradise Valley community, a portion of the rural unincorporated area of Santa Clara County.  Resolution T-17545

      May 11, 2017

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $511,170 and releases grant funding (CEQA Resolution) for one previously approved project in the amount of $16,156,323 in CASF grant funds and a CASF loan of $500,000

      • CalNeva Coalinga Huron Project - Approves funding in the amount of $511,170 for the grant application of CalNeva Broadband, LLC (CalNeva) to install a hybrid fiber/coaxial cable system in the communities of Coalinga and Huron in western Fresno County.  Resolution T-17563
      • Bright Fiber Network, Inc. Bright Fiber Broadband Project - Approves a categorical exemption prepared in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for the Bright Fiber Project, which will extend high-speed Internet service to approximately 21 square miles and 1,941 households in underserved Nevada County communities, generally between the outskirts of Grass Valley and Colfax.  Resolution T-17565

      March 23, 2017

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $46,709,036

      • Inyo Networks Digital 299 - Approves funding in the amount of $46,709,036 for the grant application of Inyo Networks, Inc. (Inyo) to construct the Digital 299 Broadband Project (Digital 299), which includes both middle-mile and last-mile facilities. The proposed project will provide high capacity backhaul infrastructure and interconnection points to communities along the California State Route 299 (Highway 299) corridor.  Resolution
        T-17548.  (Voluntarily withdrawn by Inyo Networks on September 17, 2020)

      March 2, 2017

      CPUC approves additional funding in the amount of up to $428,220

      • UIA Helendale - Approves additional funding of up to $428,220 to Ultimate Internet Access, Inc., (UIA) for UIA to pay prevailing wage labor construction rates, mainly retroactively for work already completed, as mandated by the passage of Assembly Bill 2272 (AB 2272), for its Helendale Project.  Resolution T-17557

      December 15, 2016

      CPUC approves two resolutions for a combined grant and loan amount of $7,253,309 and releases grant funding (CEQA Resolution) for one previously approved project in the amount of $1,027,380

      • Cal.net Tuolumne and Mariposa Project - Approves funding to provide broadband Internet and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony services to underserved rural communities of the Tuolumne and Mariposa Counties.  Resolution T-17502
      • Ponderosa Telephone Company Cressman Project - Approves a categorical exemption prepared in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for the Cressman Unserved and Underserved Broadband Project, initially approved in Resolution T-17428 (April 10, 2014) to construct Cressman Project.  Resolution T-17551

      December 1, 2016

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $3,124,490

      November 15, 2016

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $2,862,388

      September 29, 2016

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $545,690

      August 18, 2016

      CPUC rescinds CASF Grant Awards and approves one resolution for a grant amount of $7,687,016

      • Rescinds Funding for Projects in Resolutions - Rescinds grant awards to project in the following resolutions: T-17182 (Verizon Pinyon Project), T-17238 (Verizon Sea Ranch Project), T-17421 (WillitsOnline, LLC Westport Project), T-17431 (Surfnet Monterey Dunes Project), and T-17439 (Shasta County Telecom, Inc. Shasta County Unserved and Underserved Broadband Project).  Resolution T-17528
      • Race Telecommunications - Approves funding for the Gigafy Occidental Project in the amount of $7,687,016 for the deployment of a last-mile fiber network that is spread over a 4.2 square mile area in Occidental, Sonoma County.  Resolution T-17524

      July 14, 2016

       CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $1,491,078 and releases grant funding (CEQA Resolution) for one previously approved project in the amount of $2,063,967

      • The Nicasio Inyo Networks Project - Conditionally approves the funding in the amount of $1,491,078 to Inyo Networks to construct a fiber-to-the-premises last-mile network that will cover eight square miles in the underserved Nicasio area of Western Marin County.  Resolution T-17523
      • The Winterhaven Telephone Company Project - Approves the Final Initial Study/Environmental Assessment and Mitigated Negative Declaration prepared in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and authorizes the release of grant monies in the amount of $2,063,967 to construct the Winterhaven Project.  Resolution T-17521

      June 23, 2016

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $1,256,524

       May 12, 2016

      CEQA Resolution: CPUC conditionally approves additional funding of either $399,853.20 or $462,978

      • Happy Valley Telephone Company - To conduct California Environmental Quality ACT (CEQA) review and to complete the Olinda Underserved Broadband Project.  Resolution T-17517

       January 28, 2016

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $6,580,007

      • Race Telecommunications Gigafy Mono Project - Extends high-speed broadband to approximately 399 households in the underserved communities of South Chalfant, Benton, Benton Hot Springs, Swall Meadows, and Mono City in Mono County.  Resolution T-17477

      January 14, 2016

      CPUC approves two resolutions for a grant amount of $3,177,476

      • Cal.net, Inc. El Dorado North Project - Extends high-speed broadband service to approximately 1,537 households in Quintette, Buckeye, Volcanoville, Fornis, Greenwood, Meadow Brook, and Garden Valley in the northern regions of El Dorado County.  Resolution T-17497

      December 27, 2015

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $2,662,450

      • Anza Electric Cooperative's Connect Anza Project - Extends high-speed broadband service to approximately 3,751 households in the underserved communities of Anza, Aguanga, Lake Riverside Estates, and Reed Valley in Western Riverside County.  Resolution T-17503

       December 3, 2015

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $16,156,323 and a loan amount of $500,000 (totaling $16,656,323)

      August 19, 2015

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $2,239,991

      July 23, 2015

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $202,557

      May 7, 2015

      CPUC approves two resolutions for a combined grant amount of $3,323,205  

      • Ultimate Internet Access, Inc. Helendale Project - Extends high-speed internet service to approximately 2,279 households spread over 3.9 square miles in and adjoining the underserved community of Helendale, San Bernardino County.  Resolution T-17478
      • Ultimate Internet Access, Inc. Wrightwood Project - Extends high-speed internet service to approximately 1,857 households spread over 3.2 square miles in and adjoining the underserved community of Wrightwood, which straddles the border between San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties.  Resolution T-17475

      June 26, 2014

      CPUC approves two resolutions for a combined grant amount of $6,889,399

      April 10, 2014

      CPUC approves four resolutions for a combined grant and loan amount of $12,010,089

      • Surfnet Communications, Inc., Monterey Dunes Project - Extends high-speed broadband service to 0.58 square miles in the Monterey Dunes area, located in Northern Monterey County.  Resolution T-17431.  (Voluntarily withdrawn by Surfnet in Resolution T-17528)

      December 19, 2013

      CPUC approves one resolution for a grant amount of $1,755,042 

      • Ponderosa Telephone Company’s Beasore/Central Camp Project - Extends high-speed internet service to 3.49 square miles covering the Beasore and Central Camp communities of unincorporated Madera County and provide safety-enhancing landline telephone service in an area where there currently is none.  Resolution T-17424  

      October 31, 2013

      CPUC approves five resolutions for a combined grant and loan amount of $4,833,502 

      • The WillitsOnline Boonville and Westport Projects - Extend high-speed internet service to 58.35 square miles the Mendocino County towns of Boonville and Westport.  Resolutions T-17422 and T-17421.  (Willits Westport Project voluntarily withdrawn by WillitsOnline)

      October 17, 2013

      CPUC approves two resolutions for projects designed to extend high-speed internet service into underserved rural and tribal communities

      October 3, 2013

      The CPUC approves three matching grants that will improve internet accessibility in underserved areas in northern California's Shasta County, the central California Sierras, and along part of the southeastern California-Arizona border

      • The Happy Valley Telephone Company - Extends high-speed internet service in Olinda, Anderson, and other unincorporated areas of Shasta County. A 60 percent matching grant has been awarded to help fund the Olinda Project.  Resolution T-17411
      • The Winterhaven Telephone Company project - Covers the Winterhaven Community and other areas of unincorporated Imperial County, including the Quechan Indian Reservation; total amount of grant: $2,064,967.  Resolution T-17410

      August 15, 2013

      The CPUC has rescinded four projects, released unused funds, and made additional census block groups (CBGs) available for other CASF projects.  

      • CPUC Rescinds Funding for Four AT&T Projects – Release funds for projects in the following resolutions: T-17195 (Carmel Valley), T-17196 (Los Banos), and T-17199 (Friant and Vacaville). Makes available $386,463 for other applications. Resolution T-17404  

      August 23, 2012

      CPUC Approves $286,398 for broadband in Mono County 

      December 15, 2011

      CPUC approves additional funding of $1,540,258 

      • IP Networks Highway 36 Humboldt-Trinity Counties Project – Approves new funds to cover 40% of exogenous additional costs. Resolution T-17352  

      November 10, 2011

      CPUC approves 40% matching funding for broadband in Alpine County

      September 22, 2011

      CPUC approves 40% matching funding for broadband in Del Norte County 

      September 8, 2011

      CPUC rescinds two CASF grant awards

      • Rescinds Previously Awarded Grant Funding - Releases $5,881,405 of CASF grant awards from projects in Resolutions T-17197 (Rapid Link, Inc. and Mother Lode Internet, Mother Lode Broadband project) and T-17225 (Telenational Communications, Inc. and Mother Lode Internet, Mother Load Broadband Project) and makes these funds available for other applications.  Resolution T-17329

      June 23, 2011

      CPUC rescinds nine CASF grant awards

      CPUC Rescinds Funding for 9 Projects in Resolutions - Releases$13,061,002  of California Advanced Services Fund grant awards from projects in Resolutions T-17196 (Irwin and Oakdale),T-17199 (Carmel and Madera Acres), T-17237 (Siskiyou Seiad Valley), T-17240 (Central Coast Broadband Consortium), T-17242 (Nevada County Connected), T-17268 (Siskiyou County EDC), and T-17288 (Northern California Open Community Fiber Network), making these funds available for other applications.  Resolution T-17317

      June 9, 2011

      CPUC approves 40% matching funding for broadband in San Bernardino County  

      October 14, 2010

      • CPUC Approves 10% Matching Grant in the Central California Valley  

        • Central Valley Independent Network Project (CVIN) - Contributes $6,659,967 toward a network of middle-mile and last-mile facilities for the Central Valley Independent Network, LLC (CVIN) and Corporation for Educational Network Initiatives in California. The amount granted represents 10% of the project costs to provide broadband service to unserved areas of Fresno, Tulare, Kings, and Kern Counties along with 12 other rural counties and 60 anchor institutions in the Central Valley.  Resolution T-17295
          

      September 2, 2010

      CPUC Approves Matching Grant for Broadband in Humboldt and Del Norte Counties  

      July 29, 2010

      CPUC Approves Matching Grant for Broadband in Poker Flat area of Calaveras County  

      July 8, 2010

      CPUC approves a matching grant for broadband infrastructure in the northernmost part of the state, rescinds one project, releases unused funds, and makes additional census block groups (CBGs) available for other CASF projects    

      June 24, 2010

      CPUC approves matching grant for broadband in the Mojave Air and Space Port of Kern County  

      May 20, 2010

      CPUC rescinds CASF grant awards for seven broadband infrastructure projects in Fresno County, disencumbers corresponding CASF matching funds, and makes available census block groups previously approved for these projects

      • Resolution to Rescind Seven CASF Grants  - Releases funding from projects granted in Resolution T-17229 (Inyo Networks Last Mile Project), T-17241 (Race Telecommunications Last Mile Project), T-17245 (California Valley Broadband Middle Mile Project), T-17234 (Frontier Alturas), T-17224 (Frontier Lookup), T-17246 (Plumas Sierra Last Mile Project) and T-17239 (Broadband Associates Northeastern California Project), making new funds and the associated census block groups available for other applicants.  Resolution T-17272
      • Ponderosa Cablevision: Auberry Project - Approves an increase from $405,613 to $1,154,780 in CASF grant award for the Auberry Project in Fresno County.  Resolution T-17274 

      May 6, 2010

      CPUC Approves Matching Grants for Broadband in the Central Valley and Mother Lode Region  

      February 25, 2010

      CPUC Approves Matching Grant for Broadband in Plumas and Sierra Counties  

      January 21, 2010

      CPUC Approves Matching Grants for Broadband in Central Valley and Northern California  

      • Verizon: The Sea Ranch Project - Approves funding from the California Advanced Services Fund of $1,872,017 amounting to 40% of total project cost, plus Contribution in Aid of Construction, to bring broadband to unserved and underserved areas of Cazadero, Timber Cove, and The Sea Ranch communities.  Resolution T-17238  
      • Broadband Associates International: Northeastern California Project - Approves funding from the California Advanced Services Fund amounting to $18,012,964, representing 10% of the project costs, to provide broadband service to unserved and underserved areas of Shasta, Modoc, Tehama, Lassen, Plumas, Sutter, Colusa, and Lake countiesResolution T-17239  
      • California Valley Broadband Project - Approves funding from the California Advanced Services Fund amounting to $7,893,700, representing 10% of total project costs, to provide broadband service to unserved and underserved areas  of the Central Valley and Delta communities.  Resolution T-17245

      December 17, 2009

      CPUC Approves Matching Grant for High-Speed Internet to Lassen County  

      • Plumas-Sierra Telecommunications: Last-Mile Project - Approves funding from the California Advanced Services Fund amounting to $166,911, representing 10% of total project costs, to provide broadband service to unserved and underserved areas of southeastern Lassen County.  Resolution T-17246 

      December 3, 2009

      CPUC Approves Conditional Grant to Improve Broadband Service to Underserved Regions of Mono, Inyo, Eastern Kern, and Eastern Sierra Counties

      November 20, 2009

      CPUC approves broadband grants to bridge the digital divide in the state

      • Race Telecommunications: Last-Mile Project helping the Kern County communities of Arvin, Bear Valley Springs, Boron, California City, Golden Hills, Mojave, Rosamond, Stallion Springs, and Tehachapi. Resolution T-17241

      October 29, 2009

      CPUC approves grants for high-speed internet to unserved and underserved areas

      September 24, 2009

      CPUC Approves Funding to Bring Broadband to Modoc County  

      September 10, 2009

      CPUC Approves Funding for Southern Sierra Nevada Broadband Service  

      July 9, 2009

      CPUC Approves Funding for High-Speed Broadband in Unserved Areas of Mother Lode Region  

      April 16, 2009

      CPUC Approves Upgrade of Broadband Service in Underserved Rural Areas  

      March 12, 2009

      CPUC Continues to Help Bridge Digital Divide with Approval of Broadband Projects in Unserved and Underserved Counties  

      February 20, 2009

      CPUC Approves $8,000,000 To Help Bring Broadband to Unserved Areas  

      • AT&T: Unserved Area Broadband Projects helping the communities of Alta/Blue Canyon (Nevada/Placer Counties), Carmel Valley (Monterey County), Comptche (Mendocino County), and Warner Springs (San Diego County).  Resolution T-17195  

      November 21, 2008

      CPUC Helps Bridge Digital Divide Through Funding of Six Broadband Projects in Unserved Areas  

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