The Lewis County’s Economic Development Office hosted a Business Leader’s Breakfast on Ohiari:ha/June 13, 2017 in Lyons Falls, NY where Mohawk Networks, LLC was invited as guest speakers to share the deployment timeline of the $6.4 million Empire State Development Round 2 Grant, received in March 2017.
Press Release: Redline announces multi-million dollar project with Mohawk Networks for rural connectivity in Upstate New York
Redline Communications (www.rdlcom.com) Group Inc. (TSX: RDL), a leading provider of wide-area wireless networks for the most challenging applications and locations, today announces that its customer Mohawk Networks, LLC has been awarded a US$6.4 million grant to begin a rural broadband connectivity project that will bring internet access to Lewis County, NY.
EXPANSION ANNOUNCEMENT: We've released our official statement with additional details of our child company, North Country Broadband's expansion into Lewis County. Read all of the details at: http://linkinglewiscounty.com/001703/Mohawk-Networks-Announces-Lewis-County-Broadband-Expansion-Plan-After-Receiving-Grant-Funding.html Even more news about the expansion is available at the Watertown Times: http://www.watertowndailytimes.com/news04/wireless-internet-expansion-planned-in-lewis-county-following-grant-award-20170304
EXPANSION ANNOUNCEMENT: Our child company, North Country Broadband's first planned expansion will be in Harrisville (Lake Bonaparte) and the Chase Lake areas because of the already existing towers in which to place our equipment. The scheduled date for available broadband services is May 1st, 2017. Please follow our progress on our website at myNCBB.com.
NEWS RELEASE For immediate release: Ennískó:wa/March 2, 2017 For more information: Brendan F. White Director of Communications Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Tel: (518) 358-2272 Alicia Tucker Branding & Marketing Mohawk Networks, LLC Tel: (518) 358-2015 Mohawk Networks, LLC Awarded $6.4 Million Grant from New NY Broadband Tribally Owned Enterprise to Expand Broadband Service to
Lawmakers, during a road-trip session held in the old carriage house at Constable Hall, voted 10-0 to allow Mohawk Networks to mount transmission equipment on its emergency radio tower in the town of Diana.