Google fiber installation trucks return to their lot at 31st and Terrace Streets at the end of the work day. The company has received permission from the Kansas City Council to put antennas on city light poles and other structures in eight areas in town.
Google fiber installation trucks return to their lot at 31st and Terrace Streets at the end of the work day. The company has received permission from the Kansas City Council to put antennas on city light poles and other structures in eight areas in town. File photo THE KANSAS CITY STAR
Google fiber installation trucks return to their lot at 31st and Terrace Streets at the end of the work day. The company has received permission from the Kansas City Council to put antennas on city light poles and other structures in eight areas in town. File photo THE KANSAS CITY STAR

Google must be open, transparent in its new Kansas City experiment

April 15, 2016 01:22 PM