LINCOLN (AP) — The Nebraska Public Service Commission is seeking applicants for a board that reviews and recommends grant requests for Internet service in underserved parts of the state.

The commission has three vacancies on the Nebraska Internet Enhancement Fund Advisory Board. The seven-member board helps the commission administer the Nebraska Internet Enhancement Fund, created by the Legislature in 2001.

Two of the open seats would represent local telephone companies, while one would represent local governments.

Advisory board positions are unpaid. Applicants should submit a statement of interest and a resume to Nichole Mulcahy at the Nebraska Public Service Commission. Materials can be sent to P.O. Box 94927, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-4927, or nichole.mulcahy@nebraska.gov

Applications are due by April 1. More information is available by calling 402-471-3101.

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