Details of Completed Community Network
OrganizationCommunities CoveredThe Network's ImpactInitial Investment AmountSource of InvestmentInvestment Repaid?
King and Queen County VA.King and Queen County
  • Boosting economic development
  • Increasing local government efficiency
  • Improving K-12 education
$500,000.00
  • Capital fund
Yes
City of San LeandroCity of San Leandro primarily, although the network also extends to businesses in Berkeley, Oakland and Santa Clara.
  • Boosting economic development
  • Improving K-12 education
  • One or more businesses invested
We had/have no obligation to repay the initial investment (e.g. it was a grant)
Sebewaing Light and Water InternetSebowing initially, then siboewing townships
  • Boosting economic development
  • Transforming healthcare medical care delivery
  • Capital fund
  • Bonds
Repayment date estimated
Indianola Municipal Utilities, Indianola, IAIndianola, IA
  • Boosting economic development
  • Transforming healthcare medical care delivery
$2,500,000.00
  • Capital fund
  • Bonds
No, but subscription revenue is retiring the debt
Glasgow EPBGlasgow, KY
  • Boosting economic development
  • Transforming healthcare medical care delivery
  • Increasing local government efficiency
  • Improving K-12 education
  • Impacted/impacting all four equally
$5,000,000.00
  • Bonds
Yes
Metroplex CommunicationsAddison, Carrolton, North Dallas, TX
  • Boosting economic development
  • Financial institution (bank, investment firm)
No, but subscription revenue is retiring the debt
CDE Lightband Clarksville Department of Electricity Clarksville, TNClarksville, TN
  • Increasing local government efficiency
  • Impacted/impacting all four equally
$60,000,000.00
  • Bonds
No, but subscription revenue is retiring the debt
Ritter Communicationsmainly rural towns in: west TN, northeast AR. North central AR. 57 communities in total.
  • Transforming healthcare medical care delivery
  • Improving K-12 education
$2,000,000.00
  • Other
Repayment date estimated
DecorahHawkeye Telephone constructed a large fiber network in NE Iowa. We are currently working with the Decorah Metro Net
  • Increasing local government efficiency
Morristown Utility SystemsMorristown, TN - 100% coverage of corporate city limts. Some extension into Hamblen County. Gigabit speeds available anywhere on the network.
  • Boosting economic development
$22,000,000.00
  • Bonds
  • Other
No, but subscription revenue is retiring the debt
OrganizationCommunities CoveredThe Network's ImpactInitial Investment AmountSource of InvestmentInvestment Repaid?