Tower transfer presentation

Elected officials, representatives from Energy Transfer as well as Rural Broadband Cooperative all gathered at the Huntingdon County Courthouse Thursday to commemorate the transfer of the Butler’s Knob tower from the energy company to the broadband cooperative. Those on hand for the presentation were, from the left, Brian Weaver, Jo Marie Jenkins, Scott Walls, Christopher Koop, Dwight Rittenhouse, Mark Sather, Jeff Thomas and state Rep. Rich Irvin.

Elected leaders and officials from Energy Transfer and Rural Broadband Cooperative (RBC) were on hand for the official presentation of the passing of the Butler’s Knob tower, previously owned by Energy Transfer, to the cooperative.

They gathered in front of the Huntingdon County Courthouse Thursday morning to celebrate this public-private cooperation to expand broadband services to residents of Huntingdon County.

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