[Davisgig] Fwd: Re: [California] Fwd: T-17488 Adopted Notice of Availability-California Advanced Services Fund (CASF) Race Telecommunications 5 MiningCommunities Project

Robert Nickerson rob at omsoft.com
Thu Jan 21 14:36:26 PST 2016

Hi Folks

This town is going to get  fiber optic paid for by the state of 
California before a town like Davis.

There is  something wrong  about this.

I hope the City is still interested, and will take the next weeks 
before  a February meeting to find out.
I have not heard anything about a broadband task force, has anyone else?

So far my attempts to contact the cio about the matter have failed.

Let's have a meeting on Wed Feb 10th at 6:30pm, location TBD
to proceed from here, as a task force without being formally constituted.


P.S.. Looks like an easy wire job in Johannesburg though right?

On Wednesday 20/01/2016 at 4:03 pm, Kristian Hoffmann wrote:
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> Subject: 	T-17488 Adopted Notice of Availability -California Advanced 
> Services Fund (CASF) Race Telecommunications 5 Mining Communities Project
> Date: 	Wed, 20 Jan 2016 21:07:38 +0000
> From: 	TD_AR <td_ar at cpuc.ca.gov>
> CD/LPP***Mailed:  1/20/2016***
> Resolution T-17488 
> <http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/SearchRes.aspx?docformat=ALL&DocID=157804326> – 
> Adopted January 14, 2016
> **
> *Resolution T-17488: Approval of funding for the grant application of 
> **Race Telecommunications Inc. from the California Advanced Services 
> Fund (CASF) in the amount of $2,037,721 for the **Five Mining 
> Communities Underserved Broadband Project.*
> *__*
> *__*
> *_Notice of Availability_*
> To: Parties on the CASF distribution list 
> <ftp://ftp.cpuc.ca.gov/Telco/CASF/CASFdistributionlist.xlsx>
> This Resolution approves funding in the amount of $2,037,721 from the 
> California Advanced Services Fund (CASF) Infrastructure Grant Account 
> for the CASF grant application of Race Telecommunications Inc. (Race) 
> for its Five Mining Communities Underserved Broadband Project (Five 
> Mining Communities Project). The Five Mining Communities Project will 
> extend high-speed internet service via fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) to 
> a 1.55 square mile project area at a cost of $10,087 per household. 
> The project area is located in northwestern San Bernardino County and 
> eastern Kern County. Facilities will interconnect through a nearby 
> Digital 395 hub as well as an approved Race CASF project in Boron, 
> California.  The communities that will be served are Randsburg, 
> Johannesburg, and Red Mountain, which after this installation will 
> have gigabit broadband service available to 202 households in the 
> total project area with a population of 365.  All of the communities 
> have been identified as Priority Areas by Resolution T-17443. Further, 
> this project includes social and economic benefits to the communities 
> in the form of improved access to e-health services and online 
> educational and economic opportunities.  The project will provide 
> communications facilities and voice services that meet battery backup 
> and E911 data standards, and provide access to local public-safety 
> answering point (PSAPs).
> Any recipient of this Notice of Availability who is not receiving 
> service by electronic mail in this proceeding or who is unable to 
> access the link to the Commission website given above may request a 
> paper copy of the final resolution from the Commission’s Central 
> Files Office at (415) 703-2045, fax (415) 703-2263, or e-mail 
> CEN at cpuc.ca.gov <mailto:cen at cpuc.ca.gov>.
> Notice of this item was also sent by e-mail to those on the CASF 
> distribution list with an e-mail address.  If you did not get e-mail 
> notification, please check your e-mail address by accessing the CASF 
> distribution list link above.  If this is not correct, please contact 
> the CASF team with an update at e-mail 
> CASF_Application_Questions at cpuc.ca.gov 
> <mailto:CASF_Application_Questions at cpuc.ca.gov>.
> Dated January 20, 2016, at San Francisco, CA
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