First, congratulations to the Adams County commissioners for creating a Broadband Task Force. The past two years have certainly shown us how important a strong internet connection is for everyone.

The Gettysburg Times reports the task force will be charged with bringing high-speed internet to all areas of Adams County. The group will consist of eight members from various categories around the county. Interested in serving? Please email your resume to County Manager Steve Nevada at snevada@adamscounty.us.

Stacey Rice is coordinator of @Home in Adams County. @Home focuses on coordinating resources, advocating, and developing solutions for affordable living in Adams County. It is an initiative developed and funded by the Adams County Community Foundation and operated by South Central Community Action Programs.

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