If Sonic has no plans for fiber for residential Windsor then why should we help Sonic with its fight against AT&T by writing the FCC? By the way.. The Sonic FCC letter format requires Sonic sign my name instead of doing it myself. What's that about? They can then sign my name to anything they want to send the FCC?
We have plans to build fiber everywhere. I think of it like a snowball, building in size and viability as we roll forward. We must start where the costs are lowest and the demand is highest, then build on that success. If we are successful in areas like Albany and San Francisco where utilities are aerial, areas like Windsor where utilities are underground will become viable.
In regards to the letter to the FCC, the PDF that is submitted gets the same name from the top (where the address is) placed at the bottom. See examples of what the final submissions look like, here:https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/search/filings ... nated,DESC