(Editor's Note: This story was posted at 3:20 PM (PT) today, and will be updated as we conduct an analysis of recommendations made to NTIA by Governor Lynch. We thank the Governor's Press Secretary, Mr. Colin Manning for his assistance.)
StimulatingBroadband.com 10/29/09 San Francisco - The Office of New Hampshire Governor John H. Lynch (D-NH) today released for public review its broadband stimulus funding priorities for the Granite State sent to Washington for funding of broadband projects under the federal stimulus package.
In a 10-page letter (see: Resources, below) addressed to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) of the U.S. Department of Commerce, Governor Lynch recommended 14 in-state projects from among the 64 total eligible projects which he was allowed to comment on under federal funding regulations.
Resources: StimulatingBroadband.com's State - NTIA Filings
1. The New Hampshire filing (4 pages), together with our compilation of recommendation documents from the other states which we have been able to collect, may be read and downloaded here (free registration), via our corporate site. As of this posting, we have uploaded 32 state reports.
2. Read all of our state filing stories here: Round I State Recommendations to NTIA.