OPS is proud to welcome the new PGA Barbasol Tournament to the Robert Trent Jones golf course here in Opelika. You can click here to view the full issue and read the PGA Tournament article on page 12.
Opelika Mayor Gary Fuller said a Thursday ruling by the Federal Communications Commission which gives city-owned broadband companies the opportunity to expand and compete with commercial Internet providers could eventually benefit residents outside of Opelika. The cities of Wilson, N.C., and Chattanooga, Tenn., requested the ruling because state laws have prevented them from expanding. Like… Continue Reading Opelika Mayor Gary Fuller praises FCC decision on Internet service expansionDetails
Mayor Fuller recently released an open-letter to OA News advocating for the city of Opelika’s right to have access to ultra-high speed, fiber internet. Read Mayor Fuller’s full letter here.
How does Opelika, a city of less than 30,000 people, offer Internet speeds 100 times faster than the national average? Through hard work and the right for a city to determine its own path. Cities have always been at the heart of economic expansion, entrepreneurialism, and local connection to citizens, charged with ensuring high-quality education… Continue Reading Opelika’s Fiber Internet Featured in Urban PulseDetails
Open letter to AL.com by Mayor Fuller discussing the importance of Fiber Internet being an option for the citizens of Opelika. Read the full letter at AL.com.
Watch OANow.com feature Mayor Fuller in a community spotlight as he discusses Opelika Power Service’s Fiber System and other city improvements.
Opelika Mayor Gary Fuller is joining mayors and elected officials from 38 communities and Next Century Cities throughout America in urging the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to respect community choice for Internet infrastructure. Read the full article at OANow.com.