Technical.ly: Project Waves just got $175K to bring free internet to two more Baltimore apartment buildings

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Internet Society Foundation is funding Project Waves’ internet connectivity work with a $175,000 grant to expand the free internet service provided to the Johnston Square Apartments in East Baltimore. Now, two more apartment complexes will receive free wired internet service, reaching 283 apartment units.

As the Omicron variant of COVID-19 forces schools to close suddenly, Project Waves CEO Samantha Musgrave said she feels like she’s back in March 2020: The organization is again trying to triage internet connectivity for 96,000 Baltimore households that didn’t have access when school and work went remote early in the pandemic.

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