Prior to last month’s mass shooting in Dayton’s Oregon District, the entertainment area’s business association had discussions with Cincinnati Bell about installing cameras and Wi-Fi throughout the area, but hadn't yet raised the funds to do so.
However, after nine people died and many more were injured on August 4, Cincinnati Bell decided to donate all of the upfront costs for the cameras and the Wi-Fi. They hope the fiber will be installed by the end of October.
Cincinnati Bell is calling this project a “Smart City” solution, and members of the business district are excited about its possibilities. To read more, click here.