Dwight Stenbakken

Executive Deputy Director, League of California Cities

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Executive Deputy Director of the League of California Cities

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Twenty years ago, cable companies promised to wire libraries, schools
and hospitals as part of their public service. Community groups would
be connected to local government, senior…

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Twenty years ago, cable companies promised to wire libraries, schools and hospitals as part of their public service. Community groups would be connected to local government, senior…

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