Press release from the Allen County Board of Commissioners:
Wi-Fi Internet Service Now on CCB Cafeteria’s Menu
Free service being paid for by County and City
Employees of Allen County and the City of Fort Wayne along with the general public can now do some web surfing while enjoying a meal or snack in the City-County Building’s basement cafeteria.
Wi-Fi Internet service has been installed and is now available in the cafeteria, which is operated by Ken and Pam Arthur. The cafeteria is open weekdays from 7:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.
“This provides a convenient Internet access point within our building,” said Commissioner Bill Brown. “Our employees can use their personal computers or Wi-Fi devices in the cafeteria during breaks and the service is also available to the general public at no cost.”
Both County and City governments are picking up the costs associated with the Wi-Fi service. The County paid $1,480 to have the service installed, while the City is paying the monthly $25 service fee.
The Internet service is being provided by Indiana Data Center, which also provides similar service in other parts of the City-County Building.