Colorado communities consider whether to move forward with vendor: 10 communities put together a joint RFP to allow a single firm to work across the entire area outside Denver. However, C-Com reportedly has not been able to obtain the funding necessary to the build the network. Despite the communities working together, they did not offer anchor tenancy or any service purchase guarantees. This makes the proposal unworkable in today's climate, and it's astounding that any firm would agree to such terms, even last year. E-Path is going through similar difficulties in Long Island, New York. Due diligence by investors will lead to sites like mine and Muniwireless.com, which will tell hundreds of stories about how networks that lack municipal service commitments appear to be unworkable and unsustainable.