Mount Washington gets $230K grant to deliver broadband access

MOUNT WASHINGTON — The town has won a $230,000 grant from the Massachusetts Broadband Institute to support the construction of a fiber-to-home network that will deliver broadband access to the residents of this town.

At this point, according to town officials, more than 60 percent of the residents of the smallest town in Massachusetts have committed to subscribing to the service. There are a total of about 150 residents in town.

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