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presenting the city of Madison, Dane County and state. No taxpayer dollars will be used to build or operate the service. Access to various local Web sites would be free, while full access to the Internet would come a daily, monthly or long-term fee.

"From the minute people land at the Dane County Regional Airport, and throughout their travels in the area, people will have excellent wirele......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 02/28/05


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