Drainage, roads, and utilities are essential if your community wants to grow or influence how it will grow. However, it seems, that one other thing needs to be included: wireless connectivity.
That’s your mobile phone, plus if you wirelessly stream, surf or access or transmit data.
In Wharton, Texas, some people are happily connected. Some are not. The new AT&T tower (near where I live) has not swayed opinions much. It’s still split.
We, at the chamber of commerce, want Wharton to have A-plus connectivity, for the satisfaction of those who already live or work here, and for the satisfaction of offering high quality connectiveness to prospective businesses and residents.
We continue to collaborate to make it better. So, I invite you to lunch. Dwight Silverman, the technology editor of the Houston Chronicle, will be the speaker at our next Lunch and Learn on Tuesday, April 16. Come hear him give his take on all of this. Ask him. Tickets are $15. Call us (979-532-1862) or come by the chamber office to get yours.