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Google Fiber is paying $4 million to Louisville, Kentucky to repair damage to city streets caused by its failed high-speed internet rollout (GOOG, GOOGL)

Business Insider Tuesday, 16 April 2019 ()
Google Fiber is paying $4 million to Louisville, Kentucky to repair damage to city streets caused by its failed high-speed internet rollout (GOOG, GOOGL)· After failed efforts to bring ultra-high speed internet to Louisville, Kentucky, Google Fiber will pay the city nearly $4 million to help repair damages it caused. 
· The package — which will be paid out over the next 20 months — came as a result of the company agreeing to leave the streets in the same, or better,...
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According to Business Insider, Google Fiber will pay the city of Louisville, Kentucky, nearly $4 million to help repair damages it caused. The payment package which will be paid out over the next 20 months, came as a result of the company agreeing to leave the streets in the same, or better,...

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