To reflect on all the comings and goings, the Rivard Report compiled a highly subjective list of what’s in the rearview mirror as we leave 2017 behind.
Google Fiber is available to customers near Westover Hills and around West End Park in the San Antonio’s far-Westside as of Tuesday.
New sites for old favorites are opening this month in one of SA’s most historic buildings, a place where technologies and startups are launched and grown.
Google will utilize trenching to bury its network lines, a method that will speed up the installation process and cause less disruption in communities.
Speakers at San Antonio’s first Digital Inclusion Summit advocated for bridging the digital divide by extending high-speed internet access citywide.
*This story was originally published in July 2016.
We began to imagine how that fence and hut could do a better job of screening while evolving into an amenity for the park itself.
The move comes after residents living near a hut in Haskin Park complained that it damaged the park and was built without community input.
HDRC voted unanimously to send design plans regarding two Google Fiber “network huts” back to the drawing board Wednesday.
Five of Google’s huts will be located within public parks, two at libraries, five at fire stations, one at a police station, one on a vacant parcel, and one near a drainage feature.