Looks like you’ll have to get in line with the other 1,100 or so towns that have applied. Apparently there is a LOT of demand for 1gb fibre network. The map at the link shows the spatial distribution of the towns that applied. It shouldn’t be any huge surprise that the coasts seem to have the most interest. Either way, Google will pick a couple of winning towns by the end of the year. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t care if it hits my town, but the odds don’t look particularly great for anyplace. For me, it shows how much desire we have in the US for faster and cheaper connections speeds m0re than anything else.