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File #: 30891    Version: 1 Name: WINmetro Amendment to Agreement
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 7/10/2013 In control: BOARD OF ESTIMATES (ended 4/2017)
On agenda: 8/6/2013 Final action: 8/6/2013
Enactment date: 8/9/2013 Enactment #: RES-13-00591
Title: Authorizing an Amendment to the Facilities Use and License Agreement between the City and Wisconsin Independent Network (WIN), d/b/a WINmetro, LLC and consenting to the modification of receipts derived from the agreement.
Sponsors: Paul R. Soglin
Attachments: 1. WINmetro File 26634.pdf
Fiscal Note
In exchange for the provision of additional City conduit space, the City will receive additional fiber/digital communication capacity. In addition, City General Fund revenues may increase as the agreement provides for the payment by WINmetro, LLC to the City of 5% of gross commercial receipts, but the magnitude of such revenues is unknown. WIN is estimating a potential gross revenue stream of $2.4 million per year. Cost to connect schools and neighborhood centers and complete a proof of concept fiber to the home project are estimated at $750,000 to $1,200,000. These are projects that the City would like to do in the future and this contract will eliminate these future costs for the City. The 12 existing neighborhood centers will also be provided with free Internet service for the life of the contract, at an estimated value of $200 per month, for a total of $576,000. The 6 projected neighborhood centers would also receive free Internet service at an estimated value of $200 per month.

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Authorizing an Amendment to the Facilities Use and License Agreement between the City and Wisconsin Independent Network (WIN), d/b/a WINmetro, LLC and consenting to the modification of receipts derived from the agreement.
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WHEREAS, the City and WIN entered into a Facilities Use and License Agreement on August 15, 2012 (RES-12-00505) under which WIN may install its own fiber in city conduit and in exchange, will install fiber for the city and pay a fee of five (5%) of its gross revenue from commercial services that use WIN fiber installed in City conduit (in addition to other consideration not affected by this Amendment); and

WHEREAS, WIN is one of two commercial members of the MUFN-C consortium, an unincorporated association formed for the purpose of utilizing the Metropolitan Unified Fiber Network funded by a federal grant and now owned by the City, and the terms of the grant require a private/commercial partner who can sell broadband access to the publi...

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