Fiber optics laying finishing up in Trenton

Date 2012/6/4 11:30:00 | Topic: News

An Independence company will be laying underground fiber optics cable in southern Trenton for the next several days. It is part of work that covers a large area of northwest and north central Missouri.
The route in Trenton, from west to east, involves portions of Highway 6, Fourth Street, Washington, 7th, Monroe, 8th, Olive, 9th Street (in the railroad area), Harris, 8th Stret again, Kerfood, and Highway 6 (again). The projects involves a large area of EIGHTH Street.

Project Manager Tim Pope of Lantel Communications of Independence spoke with Dave Counsell:

Click here to listen to Tim Pope

Pope says the company will attempt to restore the grounds as soon as possible:

Click here to listen to Tim Pope

The project began in late August 2011 and is expected to be completed to about three weeks. Work was able to be done over many of the winter months:

Click here to listen to Tim Pope

The Trenton to Milan segment already has been done. The work at Trenton was delayed because the route through town was changed. Pope indicated it originally was involve more of Highway 6.

Pope also told us about the company doing the work (Lantel Communications of Independence):

Click here to listen to Tim Pope



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