Aurora gets $1M for high-speed internet
October 16, 2012 (AURORA, Ill.) -- Governor Pat Quinn awarded $1 million to a group that will help bring high-speed internet to city of Aurora.
Onlight Aurora is the newest winner of the Illinois Gigabit Communities Challenge, a competition to build ultra-high speed broadband networks across the state. Governor Quinn says the $1 million seed investment will connect education, business and healthcare communities to aurora's fiber optic network and create 2500 jobs.
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