GREENFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The State has given Greenfield guidance into its accounting practices for GCET, one week after the mayor fired the company’s general manager.
GCET is the company behind Greenfield’s public wi-fi, which provides low-cost, high-speed internet across town.
Subscribers connect to antennas mounted on utility poles.
“To me, with the GCET, I think its a good idea,” John Parks told 22News. “I wish it would come to Millers [Falls] because it’s cheaper than Comcast.”
The state’s Department of Revenue clarified that the Department of Public Utilities does not have regulatory oversight over GCET.
The town also plans to create a resource team that’ll offer business expertise to GCET.