"Postcards were mailed out yesterday" to homeowners that will be part of the initial phase of construction,
The initial round of postcards was mailed out to 720 homes, Wherry said. Her company will also be using door flyers in both English and Spanish to let people know there will be work done in their area.
The company will be working with homeowners to make the process as smooth as possible as they access people's property, she said, although there are likely to be problems that arise as there would be with any construction project. Two of those could be -- her crews have seen them come up before, Wherry said -- invisible dog fences and underground sprinkler lines.
"The main thing is that we know about it as soon as possible and we get it resolved as soon as possible," Wherry said.
To field questions, TCS will be manning a call center six days a week with extended hours, she said.
TCS was one of four firms that bid on the build out, submitting a winning bid of
TCS will be installing equipment made by Uptown Services, whose principals are based in
"When we're done the distribution system will pass every home and business in
"We're going to start signing folks up, hopefully,
More information on the city's fiber optic buildout plans can be found at http://ci.longmont.co.us/lpc. Click on the "gigabit city" banner.
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