Google Fiber exits Louisville, pays city $3.8M to clean up the mess it left

A Google Fiber van in Louisville.

Enlarge / A Google Fiber van in Louisville. (credit: Google Fiber)

Google Fiber yesterday shut off service in Louisville, Kentucky, and has agreed to pay the local government $3.84 million to remove exposed fiber cables left behind by the ISP’s failed nano-trenching experiment.

Google Fiber service was scheduled to be shut off at midnight last night, according to a Louisville Metro Government (LMG) announcement of the exit agreement. Google Fiber had announced its intention to leave Louisville two months ago, admitting that it did such a bad job with fiber installation that it would have to “essentially rebuild [the] entire network” in order to fix the problems.

In Louisville, Google Fiber reportedly was

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