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Loveland Pulse construction set to begin following city council contract approvals

Tomorrow is a big milestone for Pulse. It is the one-year anniversary of city council’s project approval and it is also the day we can move forward with construction after council approved our two construction…
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Pulse contract and project update

The progress on the Pulse project has been significant over the past several months. We have successfully executed multiple agreements including completion of design, project management services through…
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Loveland Communications Advisory Board adds two, reappoints one member

Loveland City Council appointed two members and reappointed one to the Loveland Communications Advisory Board (LCAB) on July 2, 2019. The LCAB serves as an advisory body to council on matters related to…
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City of Loveland unveils Pulse, new name and brand for fiber optic broadband service

The City of Loveland unveiled Pulse, the new brand for its local, community-owned and operated fiber optic broadband network during the brand launch event this evening. “The rhythm of life here in…
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Loveland City Council approves first of several opportunities for regional collaboration

A key component in the development of the City’s fiber optic network, and first of several opportunities for regional collaboration received the green light at the May 4, 2019 city council meeting.…
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Broadband bonds go to market with A+ rating

The City’s intended offer has been updated from the original news release with the most recent Preliminary Official Statement. Securities rating agency S&P Global Ratings has given the two series…
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Loveland City Council approves broadband bonding package

Loveland City Council approved a broadband bond package last night allowing the newly created Electric and Communication Enterprise to issue and sell $95.42 million in bonds to finance the construction…
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Reed-Harmel will lead new broadband division

Brieana Reed-Harmel, who has managed the City’s broadband initiative since June 2016, has been selected to head a new Loveland Water and Power division formed to carry the project forward. As Division…
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Loveland City Council approves broadband utility

The Loveland City Council on Tuesday adopted a resolution establishing a City-owned retail broadband utility with regional collaboration, and then acted to direct city staff to secure financing instruments…