Frankfort, KY—ConnectKentucky will continue conducting a technology study for the Breathitt, Estill, Lee, and Powell Regional Technology Authority (RTA), through the end of April.
This pilot study, which began in late March, will focus on how people in the four Kentucky counties access and use the Internet. The survey is part of the “Coal to Broadband: Making the Transition, Making the Connection,” program, which is underway to help bring broadband service to Breathitt, Estill, Lee, and Powell counties.
Over the past three weeks, ConnectKentucky has been conducting phone and Internet surveys with residents of Breathitt, Estill, Lee, and Powell counties as part of the work of the RTA. In addition, hard copy surveys have been distributed by members of the RTA Board at various locations within the four counties.
So far, more than 250 residents of the counties have taken the survey. Yet, more input from county residents is needed, particularly from residents in Powell, Estill, and Lee counties.
How do I participate?
>Take the Internet Survey *