Google Fiber will pay Louisville nearly $4 million as it exists the city.
Google Fiber will pay $3.84 million to the Louisville Metro Governmentto restore roads and other public infrastructure that were affected by the company's departure in Louisville, Kentucky.
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"Infrastructure in neighborhoods and public properties affected by Google Fiber will look as good or better than they did before the company began construction, just as our franchise agreement stipulated," said Grace Simrall, chief of Civic Innovation and Technology at LMG, in a release on Monday. "The city will diligently repair these roads and public spaces over the 20-month period."
This comes after Google Fiber decided to pull out of Louisville in February. The internet giant tried...