The plans include covering the estimated expenses of the 110 million dollars project for the next five years.
That includes about 85 million for most of the large construction needs to get the fiber optics network in place.
It also includes 20 million for equipment and construction at the main control center and other hubs throughout the system.
Other spending in the five year plan deals with the running of fiber lines and maintenance costs.
The system is expected to be up by early 2009.
Not news exactly, but a comforting confirmation that things are happening as they ought.
(There is video on the site--or so they claim--but the antiquated system they use to