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The agreement maintains a requirement that service be extended to any area that has at least 15 homes per mile. This density requirement is the lowest density approved in Maryland.
County staff worked with Comcast to identify unserved areas that do not meet density requirements. Four unserved areas have been identified as eligible for build by Comcast.
The County will continue to work with Comcast to find opportunities to make expansion into unserved areas more affordable.
While internet service is not covered in the franchise agreement, the County will also pursue options and technologies to address internet coverage in unserved areas.
While exact figures are difficult to ascertain, the percentage of county residents who do not have access to cable is approximately 1.5 percent.