Loveland, Colo., has begun construction on a city-owned broadband network. The city is working with Alpha Technologies to build the network, which will be known as Pulse. Officials say once complete, the network will connect to residences and businesses throughout the city. The project is being funded by $95 million in bonds and will take three to five years to complete. Loveland officials first proposed the idea of a city-owned fiber-optic network in 2016.
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