Comments, suggestions, and questions on the Proposed Project will be received from November 30 to December 29, 2023, and can be emailed to NEPAComments@ntia.gov, or mailed to Attn: Amanda Pereira, Environmental Program Officer, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 1401 Constitution Avenue, NW, Room 4878, Washington, DC 20230.
Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program
Nebraska Indian Community College (NICC) Santee Sioux Nation (SSN) Communication Towers Environmental Assessment
To submit a comment, email NEPAComments@ntia.gov.
To submit a comment, email NEPAComments@ntia.gov
Proposed construction and operation of a 180-foot self-supporting communications tower and installation of 61 feet of aerial fiber in the Navajo Nation, San Juan County, New Mexico.
Biden-Harris Administration Announces Nearly $3.5 Million in Internet for All Grants to Tribal Lands
The project proposes to construct backhaul infrastructure, access points, and distribution of customer premise equipment directly connecting 25 unserved Alaska Native households with qualifying broadband service at speeds of up to 200/100 Mbps. Additionally, the project will establish Internet connections at critical facilities in the community, including the Tribal Offices, Tribal Court, Meicey Memorial Library and computer lab, and the Health Clinic which will provide a secure location for needed telehealth and telemedicine services in this remote location.