Berrien County residents needed to complete Internet expansion survey

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BERRIEN COUNTY, Mich. – The Berrien County Broadband Internet Task Force is looking for residents to complete a survey to help increase high-speed Internet access throughout the county.

Residents are asked to complete a survey for Task Force in order to present data to the federal government to receive grant funding for the expansion.

Information collected in the survey will only be used to support broadband Internet expansion efforts the county said.

The Task Force said they hope to reach full connectivity support for the entire county by 2024.

The survey is conducted in partnership with the Michigan Moonshot initiative, which works to bridge the digital divide in the state.

Residents can complete the survey here, whether they pay for Internet access at their property or not.

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