Internet, aging trucks and snow shoveling

SHARON — A solution for weak cell phone connections and “dead” zones in Sharon was proposed during a presentation to the Board of Selectmen at their meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 12.

A presentation was made to the board by NWCONNect, a nonprofit citizens’ organization seeking cooperation (and improved cell service and internet) among the region’s towns.

Representing the organization was Felicia Jones. She said that infrastructure development will empower the region and lead to economic development.

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