More on the telecommuting program

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Wireless telecommunication pilot program begins February 1

The Caroline County Board of Supervisors has teamed with Virginia Broadband on a pilot project to allow residents to telecommute from the Community Services Center located at 17202 Richmond Turnpike (adjacent to Bowling Green Primary School) in Bowling Green.

The details of the new service, initiated by Board Chairman Floyd Thomas, are as follows:

  • Available every Friday beginning February 1 from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. in a reserved room in the Community Services Center
  • Wireless Internet connections will be available
  • Partitions will be used to separate work areas and allow for privacy

The new program will be monitored throughout the month of February to determine the level of public interest. If there is sufficient interest and participation, the program will continue beyond February.

For more information, please contact Information Technology Manager J.P. Montague at 804 212-6011.


  1. TJ says:

    If you still need to leave your home, what’s the point?

    Couldn’t you find a better hot spot than Bowling Green Community Services?

  2. Better than driving to Fairfax or Loudoun County. :P

  3. Tis true, not a whole lot there to eat or anything except for vending machines unless you want to drive to Roma’s or McDonald’s in Bowling Green.

  4. TJ says:

    The trucks stops at Carmel Church are a hot spot. I’d rather sit at the Flying J and have coffee or whatever than the Community Services building. But that’s just me.

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