El Paso among 1,100 vying for Google project

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More than 1,100 cities, including El Paso, are vying for Google's proposed ultra-high-speed Internet project.

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Apr 4, 2010
 
I would like to see Mr. Ruben Quintana made the chairman of the Technology Lyceum. This is the kind of eye that we need at the front of the pack! Great job guy and great job council for moving on the application!
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EP doesn't even show up on Google Maps.
And before I get attacked with smart "Mom jokes", please answer why is it that EP, the "Sun City", can't even attract a solar energy project, but some little town in New Mexico can? We are way behind in priority lists when it comes to significant infrastructure projects, unless you consider strip malls and fast food franchises as such.

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