Members of Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) are invited to join the co-op to enjoy finger foods and sample Big B's products at Power Bites Friday, May 11, at Big B's Delicious Orchards in Paonia between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Both DMEA and Elevate fiber representatives will be on hand to answer questions and get to know the membership.
Delta-Montrose Electric Association is expanding outside its service territory to begin offering high-speed Elevate Fiber in the City of Delta. While occasionally rivals in the world of electrical service, DMEA and the city are closely aligned in the desire to bring broadband to the community, first to businesses and then to residences.
The results are in and smiles abound. Elevate Fiber announced the winners of its annual fall photo adventure and coloring contest last week.
Yet another community can now boast that it has access to gigabit internet. Just this month, Elevate Fiber announced that a zone in Cedaredge met its goal for preregistrations and kicked off construction.
There was no contest for the three DMEA director terms coming up for election this year. As a result, at DMEA's annual meeting held at Hotchkiss High School on June 15 Mark Eckhart was returned to his board position for district 7; John Gavin was returned to his board position for the north region; and, Damon Lockhart was named to the district 6 board position formerly held by Terry Brown who chose not to run again.
As middle-mile broadband installation in the City of Delta nears completion, the Delta City Council has finalized a number of service agreements/fiber exchanges with Region 10, DMEA and Elevate Fiber.
According to Glen Black, community development director, equipment installation and testing of fiber to the carrier neutral location should be finished by the end of the month.
Delta-Montrose Elec-tric Association's (DMEA) annual meeting of members will be held Thursday, June 15, at Hotchkiss High School, 438 Bulldog Street. The fun kicks off at 4:30 p.m., with bucket truck rides, kids' games, educational booths, and Elevate Fiber demonstrations.
The crews at Elevate Fiber have hit a snag that could delay Hotchkiss residents from getting high speed internet. Mark Kurtz with Elevate/DMEA was at the Hotchkiss Town Council meeting last week, "hat in hand," he said, to seek a piece of property where crews can build a communications building to serve the local access of Elevate's fiber project.
Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) is bringing the Morning Buzz to Delta County. The co-op is hosting three of its popular morning coffee events during the months of March and April.
At its annual meeting of members on June 16, Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) will introduce Elevate Fiber and demonstrate the fastest Internet service on the market. Elevate Fiber, powered by DMEA, is the co-op's new fiber broadband company that was recently established to bring fast, reliable, and quality Internet service to members in Montrose and Delta counties.
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