At its meeting Monday evening, the Overland Park City Council is poised to approve two agreements that would allow the California-based tech giant to bring super-high-speed Internet to the city. The proposals are similar to ones presented last September, but action on those was delayed.
At its meeting Monday evening, the Overland Park City Council is poised to approve two agreements that would allow the California-based tech giant to bring super-high-speed Internet to the city. The proposals are similar to ones presented last September, but action on those was delayed. File photo The Kansas City Star
At its meeting Monday evening, the Overland Park City Council is poised to approve two agreements that would allow the California-based tech giant to bring super-high-speed Internet to the city. The proposals are similar to ones presented last September, but action on those was delayed. File photo The Kansas City Star

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