Google Fiber to pay Louisville $3.84 million in wake of market retreat

Louisville Metro Government says that Google Fiber will pay the city $3.84 million to clean up rights-of-way after Google pulls out of the city. Google Fiber announced this past February that it would no longer provide broadband services in Louisville because the experimental fiber cable installation process it had used there had proven unreliable

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