Free WiFi now available at three locks in Kawartha Lakes
KAWARTHA LAKES-Just in time for the opening of the Trent Severn Waterway's 2017 season, Cable Cable has made free wireless internet (WiFi) access available at the Coboconk, Fenelon Falls and Bobcaygeon locks.
Mayor Andy Letham remarked, "I'm thrilled that Cable Cable has made this possible. Having WiFi available at the locks is a feature that boaters will appreciate. It's an added bonus to the beauty and amenities they will find as they enjoy Kawartha Lakes this summer."
The project was completed by Cable Cable with the assistance of local supplier Lindsay Broadband. Cable Cable president Michael Fiorini commented, "The streamlined timing of this project wouldn't have been possible without the support of Lindsay Broadband delivering the supplies needed, and the cooperation of City staff supporting the installation work. I'm pleased that we were able to meet the Mayor's request to have this up and running for June 1 to welcome the boaters passing through Kawartha Lakes."
Cable Cable Inc. is based in Fenelon Falls and is currently providing free WiFi throughout public spaces in the municipality including various arenas, community centres, libraries, parks and the Lindsay Exhibition.