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McKenzie McCarthy of SPITwSPOTS visited our booth at #WISPAmerica2016. See Mac speaking about their experience with RF elements® Symmetrical Sectors.
About a year and a half ago many of you helped us by sending letters to the City of Homer in support of our bid to build a communications tower on the Spit. This tower is necessary for us to improve service stability for the approximately 300 customers we currently have connecting to the Homer Spit. We were excited to win the RFP and looked forward to finalizing lease negotiations and constructing the tower. Unfortunately, things did not go as smoothly (or quickly) as we had hoped. Last month (August 4th) we received the following letter from the City.
After discussing the situation with individual members of the city council as well as the committee as a whole the city manager advised us (in a council meeting) to please send a detailed letter outlining our concerns to the city so that the city could respond to our specific concerns. So on August 12 we sent the following letter to the city. (We were in a bit of a hurry so I apologize for the few typos we discovered after we sent it)
To date we have not had any response from the city. :(
According to the city manager's report (see link below) that will be given at tonight's meeting.
The city plans to put this back out to bid. It is my understanding that failing to complete negotiations on the original award will put us at a significant disadvantage should we want to bid on this again. It is also very frustrating to us that we don’t actually know what we did wrong (or what we could have done differently)
I’m not sure what (if anything) can be done at this point to move forward. However, I am asking that anyone interested in seeing us put up this tower and improve service to our community to please come to the meeting tonight (6pm) and let the council and administration know how you feel.
Also if you have any suggestions for us on how we should proceed please let us know.
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