Last month, Marin County Supervisor Dennis Rodoni celebrated the groundbreaking of a project that will bring broadband internet to Nicasio. The fiber-optic cable will provide 250 residents with robust service, but the project will likely not lead to a buildout to other villages in West Marin that planners had envisioned, as a new state law laid out obstacles to such a network.   Silas Valentino

A collaborative effort to bring broadband internet to Nicasio broke ground last month, but a difficult road lies ahead for other West Marin communities that hoped to benefit from a future expansion of the network. 

Private citizens raised $994,000 for the company Inyo Networks to begin the Nicasio project, which connects to fiber optic cables . . .

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