SOUTHERN VERMONT BROADBAND COOPERATIVE


BROADBAND INTERNET ACCESS FOR STAMFORD, VERMONT

 

The Southern Vermont Broadband Cooperative is dedicated to providing inexpensive high-speed wireless internet access to the residents of Stamford Vermont. The cooperative is not-for-profit. Human capital comes from members who contribute their time to install receivers and maintain the network.. Monetary capital comes from the fees paid by members ($40 per month), grants, and contributions. Members pay an installation fee. Members pay nothing for the radio receivers the coop installs except for a one-time installation fee of $40.

RECENT NEWS:


We will meet at 2:00 on Sunday, May 16th at the school.

Please send me anything you would like me to put on the agenda.

We will be announcing some new developments and policies.

We will be electing  directors.

Board Members should plan to stay after the open meeting for a closed
session.

 

CLAYSON, VADNAIS, AND HAVILAND INSTALL NEW MORE POWERFUL ANTENNA ON ALLEN'S HILL. 

 

 

 

 

 

OUTAGE CAUSED BY SOVERNET AND FAIRPOINT. NO SVBC ELEMENTS WERE INVOLVED

VOLUNTEERS INSTALL NEW T1 ON ALLEN'S HILL

From Top to Bottom:

Bob Briggs, C. J. Vadnais, Alan Clayson

 





                                              



CLAYSON SOLVES MILK-HOUSE MYSTERY

 

FAIRPOINT'S SPAT WITH VERIZON ROOT OF T1 DELAY

 

 FAIR POINT STYMIES US ONCE AGAIN

 

VOLUNTEERS REPAIR MILK-HOUSE TRANSMITTER

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS

TO FIX MILK HOUSE TRANSMITTER

 

FAIR POINT DELAYS INSTALLATION OF NEW T1

 

ON THE VERGE OF THE NEW T1

 

BETH KEPLINGER SOLVES NETWORK CRASH

 

BRIGGS, LOVETT SUCCEED IN REMOVING LAST OSBSTACLES FACING NEW T1

BRIGGS,LOVETT CONQUER NATURE 

 OPEN MEETING HELD. PLANS DISCUSSED. OFFICERS ELECTED.

ANNOUNCEMENTS: ONLINE DISCUSSION FORUM FORMED AND OPEN TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE COOPERATIVE

 

 GO TO DISCUSSION FORUM

SVBC WINS $30,000 GRANT FROM STATE OF VERMONT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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