New addresses are active in Calais & Baileyville. CALAIS Academy, Calais Ave, Church, Mahar, Odey Lane, Union, Main, Winter, Temperance, Germain, Spring, Lafayette, Downes, Willow, Elm, Steadman, Eaton, Swan, Barker, Hill, Cleveland, Harrison, Beach, Garfield, Pleasant, Chandler, Price, Poole, High, Whitney, Mclean, Monroe Lowell, Carver, McGovern Ln, Lincoln, North, South BAILEYVILLE South Princeton, Birch, Spring, Read More
It has been an exciting winter for Downeast Broadband’s Baileyville and Calais fiber to the home and business project. Our crews have been working very hard installing the network. We are looking at or around May 20th to be able to list the ISP’s (Internet Service Providers) that will be providing service on this exciting Read More
Construction of the new fiber to the home network is scheduled to start in Baileyville Monday January 7th on Washington Street. The build-out will continue in Baileyville as weather permits. The Calais construction crew is waiting on final acceptance from Consolidated Communications on pole attachments…
September 13th – For the past year, Downeast Broadband has been working to bring fiber optic Internet access to the communities of Baileyville and Calais. Part of the project includes obtaining permission from the owners of the utility poles to attach the fiber. All of the poles in question are owned by either Consolidated Communications or Eastern Maine Electric Cooperative – except for one…
August 13th – Saw the culmination of months of negotiations with pole owners to reach an agreement to attach to the poles. Eastern Maine Electric Cooperative, Consolidated Communications (pole owners) and Downeast Broadband signed off on the official “Pole Attachment Agreement.” The Maine Public Utilities Commission gave their approval to attach in early March. We Read More
July 31st – We have just received notification from Consolidated Communications (owners of the utility poles) that they are ready for us to begin pole survey work! We will be surveying over 2,000 utility poles to determine which poles are ready for attachment and which poles need some pre-attachment work. Next up, we string the fiber!