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Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program

Santa Ynez Band of Mission Indians (aka Chumash Indians)

The proposed preconstruction project’s goals include: Developing a shovel-ready project for the deployment of an FTTH network; conducting a Reservation-wide infrastructure survey and GIS mapping, environmental studies, and outside plant and network engineering; developing a broadband strategic plan and obtain technical assistance to manage RFPs to select contractors for network deployment.  The project intends to benefit 49 existing households, 143 households that will be developed, 19 businesses, and 12 community anchor institutions.

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Planning, Engineering, Feasibility, and Sustainability
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