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Rome library improves Wi-Fi

7:02 PM, May 1, 2013
Jay Grode, Foundation president, from left; Lore Ponshock, library director, and Jerry Wiessinger, Rome Supervisor and Library board member.
Jay Grode, Foundation president, from left; Lore Ponshock, library director, and Jerry Wiessinger, Rome Supervisor and Library board member.
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Residents and visitors of Rome may now bring their Nooks, Kindles, Android devices, iPads, iPhones and laptops and experience a new Wi-Fi system that is available 24/7 at the Lester Public Library of Rome.

The Lester Public Library of Rome Foundation donated funding for Enterprise Wireless, the most up-to-date wireless hardware using the highest quality and most reliable equipment available.

Jay Grode, foundation treasurer, said when asked about the foundation's recent contribution, "We are proud to be able to support the efforts of the library to provide and maintain the most current ...

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