NTEPA manager gives broadband update

By BY RUSSELL HOOD THE WEBSTER PROGRESS-TIMES,

Natchez Trace Electric Power Association’s board of directors will decide if it will offer broadband service based upon customer survey results, according to General Manager Shawn Edmondson.

NTEPA mailed out the broadband surveys to its nearly 12,000 power customers two weeks ago.

 
 
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