AT&T boxes needed for city's future

Today, when cities like Evanston discuss the need for infrastructure improvements, the talk is not limited to the conventions of bridges, roads, and water and sewer pipes. More often, included in that discussion is the state of a community’s electronic infrastructure.

For it is those pipes of bandwidth and those roadways of data bytes that will determine whether Evanston successfully builds a bridge to the 21st Century or whether Evanston will have a bridge to nowhere.