This Must Be Clayton’s Fault

Clearly he is spending too much time on the RedState relaunch.

The list of Georgia communities applying for state funding to start publicly available wireless Internet programs is out, and Alpharetta is unexpectedly missing from the list.

Seventeen cities and counties from around the state applied to the Georgia Technology Authority for funding to help start widespread Wi-Fi networks designed to serve entire communities, including four in metro Atlanta: Decatur, Gwinnett County, Atlanta and Smyrna.