The River Falls Journal published an article discussing the presentation given by the Clifton High Speed Internet Coalition at the June 2017 Clifton Town Board meeting.
"At their monthly board meeting, Clifton Town supervisors saw the small Town Hall filled with residents trying to find a way to bring better broadband services to the township.
Coalition members presented a survey that will be designated for Clifton residents to give feedback on what kind of broadband services they would like to see. Questions relate to Clifton residents' services providers and their quality, the primary reasons for Clifton residents to use the internet, and what their overall level of satisfaction is with their current providers.
The coalition was requesting $400 to mail postcards to every single Clifton resident. The postcard will have a phone number that Clifton residents, if they're interested, can call to answer the questions on the survey if they have poor or no Internet access.
The full article can be found here: www.riverfallsjournal.com/news/government/4282703-clifton-board-rejects-clifton-broadband-coalition-400-request-joe-rohl-join
A group of neighbors from across the town formed a coalition to attempt to bring high speed internet to the Town of Clifton. We are making an appeal to the Town to help us. We contacted Baldwin-Lightstream (formerly Baldwin-Telecom) and presented a preliminary proposal to them. If the official proposal that we hope to present to them is accepted and grants secured, they will bring fiber optic cable to the entire township.
In order to ensure our efforts are successful, we need your help...
On May 31, 2017, the Pierce County Herald published an article that outlines the Internet issues facing residents of Clifton and Pierce County. Additionally, the article provides an overview of the coalitions high level plans to get Clifton connected.
The article can be found here: http://www.piercecountyherald.com/news/government/4275293-stepping-21st-century