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Mayor of Corinth signs proclamation
by Joseph Miller
Dec 02, 2013 | 39 views | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Mayor Tommy Irwin signs the Fiber-to-the-Home proclamation at his downtown office at the city hall on Monday.
Mayor Tommy Irwin signs the Fiber-to-the-Home proclamation at his downtown office at the city hall on Monday.
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Here ye . . . here ye . . . the Mayor of Corinth would like to make a proclamation.

Well, he would like to sign a proclamation, and did so on Monday afternoon in his downtown office at City Hall.

Mayor Tommy Irwin inked the C-Spire proclamation to make it official and to help complete another step to bring the 1 gigabyte service to the Crossroads community.

“A key now for us is we got the fiber and we know it’s going to come to us, now we need to be the one who gets it first,” Irwin said. “In order for that to happen, we have to get folks to sign up for the services.”

Part of the proclamation states, “Fiber-to-the-Home will have a major impact on our educational system and create opportunities for our younger citizens, both today, and in the future.”

The proclamation also says it will enhance and open doors for our local health-care industry, and will help with the recruitment of new industries which will add jobs and promote community growth.

A date for those who are interested in signing up has not been set at this time.
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