Has Hanover discouraged or prevented Verizon from offering Fios services in Hanover County?
No. The county does not have the authority to approve or deny Fios or any other high-speed internet service offered by any company. Verizon and other companies offer a service, or choose not to, based on their own business plans.

The county encourages all businesses offering high-speed internet services to provide services to all residents regardless of proximity to current service areas. To date we have made our communications towers available to internet service providers and have negotiated over 20 agreements. We meet with providers to educate about our need and to encourage expansion, we have supported grant applications for studies and expansion, and we adopted a new rate structure on our towers as incentive for internet service expansion.

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1. What’s going on in the old General District Court Building?
2. How can I find out about the widening of Pole Green Road?
3. What’s the big new building on Pole Green Road at the I-295 interchange?
4. What’s Hanover doing about high speed internet in the county?
5. What’s the new building visible from Sliding Hill Road at the Hanover Airport?
6. What’s going in the building at the intersection of Rutlandshire Drive and Route 301 next to the Atlee Library?
7. What’s the status of improvements to cell phone coverage in the area affected by the New Highland Baptist Church tower fire?
8. When is construction on the widening of Sliding Hill Road expected to be completed?
9. Why are Hanover County personal property tax, real estate tax and Public Utilities bills now showing a return address in Maryland?
10. Are there any updates on improved high-speed internet coverage in more rural areas of the county?
11. Who is responsible for building and maintaining roads in Hanover?
12. Has Hanover discouraged or prevented Verizon from offering Fios services in Hanover County?