Emails to City Hall, obtained by The Star after a public records request, reflect the frustration some Kansas City homeowners feel about the disruptions created as Google Inc. installs its fiberoptic lines that provide high-speed Internet access and cable TV. City officials give Google high marks for pressuring its contractors to make right when things go wrong.
Emails to City Hall, obtained by The Star after a public records request, reflect the frustration some Kansas City homeowners feel about the disruptions created as Google Inc. installs its fiberoptic lines that provide high-speed Internet access and cable TV. City officials give Google high marks for pressuring its contractors to make right when things go wrong. File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Emails to City Hall, obtained by The Star after a public records request, reflect the frustration some Kansas City homeowners feel about the disruptions created as Google Inc. installs its fiberoptic lines that provide high-speed Internet access and cable TV. City officials give Google high marks for pressuring its contractors to make right when things go wrong. File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Complaints mount as Google Fiber extends its reach in Kansas City

June 23, 2014 08:22 PM

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