South Portland broadband plan could hit funding snag

An action plan for using $436,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds received unanimous City Council approval Tuesday night in Portland, ME. However, the plan to be submitted to the Cumberland County Commissioners, and eventually the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, could hit a snag in a $50,000 allocation to expand broadband internet service into Knightville.

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