Poor Internet service for Jefferson residents was a hot topic at the town hall meeting hosted Oct. 14, by Jefferson City Council members Mark Mobley of District 4, and Steve Quinn of District 3.
Approximately 45 people were in attendance for the meeting.
Jefferson resident Dana Phillips brought up the Windstream Internet issue. The firm has previously come under fire for providing slow service in the area.
Phillips asked Mobley and Quinn if the city council would reach out to Windstream again about the issue.
“We will,” said Mobley.
He said that Windstream received $6.4 million in federal funds to put Internet service in Jefferson and other parts of Jackson County.
“But they have not held up to their end of the deal,” Mobley said.
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