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  • BROADBAND: City of Lakeland managers will negotiate with Summit Broadband of Orlando to provide high-speed Internet services to residents and businesses by building on the city’s fiber-optic network. Summit’s plan requires no capital outlay from the city, and the company predicts a revenue share could bring the city $1 million a year in four years. One potential hangup: Summit assumed the city had higher capacity in its dark fiber | Summit Broadband
  • TEACHERS: The union representing Polk County teachers filed a grievance against the school district demanding accommodations for teachers who filed to teach remotely this year under the Americans with Disabilities Act but were denied.