A company is hoping to erect Grand Junction's first Adaptive Internet tower. The Grand Junction Planning Commission will be voting on this next week, and you've been invited to attend.

First off, what is Adaptive Internet? According to adaptive-internet.com -

Adaptive Internet provides wireless internet and phone service to homes and businesses backed by a direct connection to one of the fastest and lowest latency fiber optic based networks in Colorado. Internet service is provided from our towers to your location using state of the art microwave technology.

 

According to Ronn Gookin, a representative from Adaptive Communications, the new towers will offer high speed broadband throughout Grand Junction, Fruita, Palisade, and Mesa County. This first tower is one of several proposed for the region.

You are invited to attend this public meeting on July 25, at 5:30 p.m., at Grand Junction's City hall at 250 N. 5th Street.