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Colter Lovette,right President and Nick George,VP-Customer Relations for 32Waves.The local company 32Waves agreeing with the DDA board to start a pilot program to build and maintain a publicly accessible WiFi network from 3rd to 7th down Main Street.

Downtown GJ set to get connected via public WiFi

Downtown Grand Junction is about to get public WiFi thanks to an agreement between the Downtown Development Authority and local tech company 32Waves.

The DDA board last week approved a pilot project that would allow 32Waves to build and maintain a public WiFi network along Main Street between Third and Seventh streets where the DDA could dictate times of availability and use it during downtown events.

32Waves proposed the project, which will run for five years.



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