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June 18th, 2009 by Temple City Tribune
Champion Broadband, a Monrovia-based supplier of video, internet and phone services, has donated the internet cabling for public computers at the new Monrovia Public Library.
Champion Broadband cabling and modems will be supplying 10 megabits and more of internet access power to the Library’s public workstations – more than three times the speed of typical home cable modems.
Monrovia’s new Public Library opens Saturday, May 10 with a gala Grand Opening set for 10 a.m. and continuing throughout the day.
The new 28,000-square-foot facility, built at a cost of nearly $16, is in Old Town Monrovia’s Library Park, on Myrtle Avenue between Palm and Lime Avenues. The facility contains banks of public computers in the adult, teen and children’s areas.
Champion Broadband is a locally-owned firm with offices in Monrovia, serving several thousand homes and businesses in Monrovia and Arcadia with cable-delivered television, telephone service and internet access.