You too can advocate for Internet Connectivity in your community!

Governor Baker has recently signed the IT Bond Bill, which includes $1.7M in funds allocated for OpenCape Fiber connectivity projects on the Cape & Islands.
Dozens of OpenCape supporters and customers have since urged the Governor to release these dollars. They have added their voices to advocate for Internet Connectivity projects throughout Cape Cod and the Islands.
Won’t you join them in reaching out to Governor Baker and letting him know how vital high-speed internet is to our economy?
The key initiatives included in the Bill include:

  • Main Street Fiber Internet Initiatives in Provincetown and Chatham
  • Strategic extensions of the OpenCape fiber backbone in Wellfleet, Truro and Eastham,
  • Enhanced fiber extension on Falmouth’s Main Street. 
  • Fiber expansion strategic planning for Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket

We are encouraging residents of the Cape and Islands to share their support for better Internet connectivity and to SPECIFICALLY request that Governor Baker release the $1.7 Million for OpenCape that has been allocated in the IT Bond Bill.
As soon as these funds are released, OpenCape can begin to move forward immediately with these exciting and innovative projects that address crucial areas of economic and quality of life concerns for the Cape and Islands.
Call or email the Governor’s Chief and Deputy Chief of staff and let them know we need these projects to move forward!
Kristen Lepore Chief of Staff Office of the Governor [email protected] 617-727-2040
Lily Zarrella Deputy Chief of Staff Office of the Governor [email protected] 617-483-3425
If you would like any assistance in phrasing your request or to download a letter template, please visit our news page.
And if you want more information about the planned connectivity projects included in the IT Bond Bill, please email us at [email protected] or call our office at 508-362-2224. 
You have the opportunity to make real change in your community. Thank you for joining OpenCape and working toward the future of connectivity on Cape Cod!

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