2019-11-12

GOVA Region 3 Accepting Requests for Qualifications for Broadband Deployment Strategy

GO Virginia Region 3 is accepting Requests for Qualifications from organizations to assess and develop a regional strategy for broadband deployment in the Region 3 footprint, that includes an assessment of incumbent providers and existing on-site broadband coverage. 

The Council is seeking Requests for Qualifications that demonstrate the responders’ ability to develop a regional broadband strategy that provides a framework for the Council which can be used to guide its investment decisions. 

The strategy will include the following.  The deliverable would be completed by May 30, 2020:

 1.    An assessment of existing current broadband deployment plans and strategies at the local and sub-region level;
2.    An assessment of which incumbent providers currently actively provide broadband service in Region 3 (including specific service territories).
3.    An assessment of and recommendations to leverage electric utilities in Region 3 including Dominion Power, AEP, Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative, Southside Electric Cooperative.
4.    Recommendations for optimizing the ongoing efforts to result in ubiquitous broadband coverage within 5 years in Region 3, prioritizing areas that are development sites, existing employers, commercial centers, and public and community venues.

Interested responders should submit a Statement of Qualifications that is no more than 5 pages and that addresses the responder’s ability to develop a strategy document that includes the deliverables noted above. Interested parties should feel free to contact Liz Povar at riverlinkllc@gmail.com or 804-399-8297 with questions.

For more information, go to: https://govirginia3.org/request-for-letters-of-interest-3/

Statements of Qualifications must be received by 5:00PM EST Friday, December 6.

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Virginia State Police fatal Brunswick County

Virginia State Police was called to the 3500 block of Robinson Ferry Road in Brunswick County on November 9, to investigate a single vehicle, single occupant fatal accident. 

Preliminary investigations reveal, at approximately 7:39 p.m., Mr. Steven Blythe was driving a 2003 Honda Accord  when he ran off the roadway into the southbound lanes of Robinson Ferry Road. The vehicle then struck several mailboxes and a tree. Mr. Steven Ray Blythe, 30 YOA, of the 11500 block of Robinson Ferry Road, Broadnax, Virginia, died upon impact.

Mr. Blythe was not wearing his seatbelt at the time of the accident, and it is unknown at this time if alcohol was a contributing factor in the accident. Notification to next of kin has been made.

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