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Wednesday, January 07, 2004


Utah: "Provo mayor wants city to go high-tech"

A brief Salt Lake Tribune's profile of Provo's visionary mayor, Lewis Billings, a driving force behind Provo's plans to build the iProvo FTTH (fiber to the home) network.

E-government expert (and Utah Deputy CIO) Dave Fletcher looks at last year's iProvo pilot deployment and a long list of other municipal technology initiatives successfully completed in 2003 to conclude: "Provo is still a pretty progressive place." Dave's full blog entry on this subject is worth reading and just further confirms my impression of Provo as a very well-run town that will be very successful with its' iProvo investment.


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