An editorial in the Advertiser lauds the fiber backbone, citing its use in video-based court proceeding that increase security and save money.
Hey, the Advertiser takes a principled position on the burning issue of fiber optics....
Its hard to know what to say about such tepid, safe editorializing. There's a real fiber issue out there for the Advertiser to deal with and they seem unable to see what is obvious to both the public and its elected leadership: that competition is good, and that LUS' fiber optic network will benefit the community as a whole.
We've got three newspapers in Lafayette; two are owned by a large out of state news corporation and one is locally owned. Guess which one has endorsed a fiber optic network.