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Rachel Hack Merlo, Manager, Community Impact

March 07, 2018

Rachel Hack Merlo

High-speed internet on Town Meeting Day ballot in several central Vermont communities

..... Our research has shown that nearly 40 percent of our members do not have access to residential high-speed ... read more “We hope to be able expand to more communities in the future,” Wandres said. City officials in several communities ... held a meeting with local Google Fiber representative Rachel Hack to discuss bringing the high speed Internet to their cities. read more Wescott said he received several ... vote, and also were recommended by the Public Works Committee during its Aug. 1 meeting. The council also approved a right of use agreement with Illinois Fiber Resources Group, also known as iFiber, to run high-speed ... read more A committee looking to bring a high-speed telecommunication ... town moderator at the beginning of the meeting, and presided for the rest of it; uncontested elections for a Selectboard member, auditor and lister took place throughout the day. read more He supports an effort to foster a better environment in Lincolnville to bring more young people to the town and support small businesses. .....

September 05, 2017

Rachel Hack Merlo

Google Fiber’s once-bright future in KC now ‘TBD’

Five years into its efforts to deliver high-speed broadband to large swaths of the Kansas City area, Google Fiber appears to be stalled out. Motherboard reports that when asked about the future of expanding, community manager Rachel Hack Merlo answered, “TBD.” This comes on the heels of staff layoffs, CEO turnover (two in the past 10 months), refunds for customers who signed up to receive the service and a halt to expanding to other midsize U.S. cities, the report says......