Input sought on high-speed internet plan
The Oklahoma Broadband Office is hosting an 18-stop listening tour across the state to hear from communities about their highspeed internet priorities.
The “Let’s Get Digital: Oklahoma Broadband Tour” is visiting cities and towns to gather public input for a five-year plan to connect the entire state to high-speed internet.
Local leaders, nonprofits, educators, healthcare providers, business leaders, and community members are all invited to a community conversation about how increased access, adoption, and use of the internet will impact economic The public is encouraged to register at https://oklahoma. gov/broadband/outreach.html for the June 20 stop in Okmulgee. It will be held at 4:30 p.m. at the Okmulgee Public Library, 218 S. Okmulgee Street.
Residents, business owners, farmers and ranchers, leaders, members of tribal communities, and representatives for schools, hospitals, non-profits, and other community organizations will benefit from attending.
Okmulgee event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ lets-get-digital-oklahoma-broadband-tour-okmulgee- tickets-623965657077 For questions regarding the broadband listening tour, email or call MJ Barton, Tribal & Programs Outreach Manager, at mj.barton@broadband. ok.gov or 405-517-2393.