By Dale Brown
The Journal 

Council selects site for broadband building

Former fire station to house service

 

Last updated 7/24/2023 at 4:08pm

Dale Brown

Ritzville's former fire station on West First Avenue has tentatively been selected to house broadband services coming to the city.

RITZVILLE – The City Council has tentatively agreed on a "co-location" site to house broadband internet services.

During a Tuesday, July 18, meeting, the council tentatively agreed to using the city's former fire station on West First Avenue.

The site features a 12-foot by 12-foot building and two smaller structures and will be used to house a backup generator and fiber-optic storage vault.

In a letter to the City Council, Adams County commissioners described the building as "a small building where all of the electronic components of the system will be housed."

They noted that the buil...



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