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SCOEDD (South Central Oregon Economic Development District), along with its partner Lake County, signed a consultant agreement with Stone Ventures to develop multiple feasibility studies and submit various grant applications to obtain funding for broadband solutions that can be submitted on behalf of Lake County, Klamath County, Chiloquin (acting as its own municipality), Christmas Valley (acting as its own unincorporated community) and the town of Lakeview.

Denise Stilwell, executive director of SCOEDD, pointed out that the goal of the partners is to streamline efficiencies and avoid redundancies and duplicative efforts for broadband implementation across Lake and Klamath counties.


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