Are there any updates on improved high-speed internet coverage in more rural areas of the county?
Last Mile, a wireless Internet service provider, has indicated it will soon be offering their services to residents living within close proximity to Poor Farm Park. Last Mile has also indicated interest in future expansion throughout the county.

To invite wireless internet providers into the county, Hanover County created an incentive-based rate structure for use of its communications towers and last year entered into a lease agreement with Last Mile to use the towers at Poor Farm Park. Last Mile has also leased space on a tower in Goochland County that will enable the Rockville area to be served in the months to come. The county also has been in conversations with 2 other providers who have expressed an interest in leasing space on its communications towers and serving county residents.

Hanover County does not provide internet services but encourages all providers to offer these services to residents and businesses throughout the county.

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