Navajo Nation Council, Arcadian Infracom Partner To Finance First Fiber Optics Communications

Members of the 24th Navajo Nation Council and representatives from Arcadian Infracom present first revenue shared check, from left to right: Arcadian Co-Founder, Derek Garnier; Carlyle Begay; Delegate Edison J. Wauneka; Delegate Edmund Yazzie; Mike Halona, Director for Navajo Nation’s Land Dept.; Delegate Thomas Walker Jr.; RDC Chairman Rickie Nez; Arcadian CEO and Co-Founder Dan Davis; Andrew Deihl; and Speaker Seth Damon. WINDOW ROCK, AZ – Speaker Seth Damon and Resources & Development Committee Chairman Rickie Nez welcomed visiting officials from Arcadian Infracom to celebrate the presentation of $15,500 in funds to finance the first scaled fiber optic communications network along Navajo Nation rights-of-way.

“The need for more sustainable internet access in the Navajo Nation has always been a recurring issue, and it is my pleasure to announce that through this strategic partnership, the 24th Navajo Nation Council can provide real solutions for not only our people but for surrounding communities,” said Speaker Damon.

Joined by Thomas Walker Jr., Delegate Nez accepted the first revenue share check from Dan Davis, Arcadian CEO and Co-Founder. Among those also in attendance were Derek Garnier, Arcadian Co-Founder, and Andrew Deihl, Sector Head of Private Infrastructure at Nuveen.

“I appreciate the efforts of both the Council and Arcadian Infracom for their partnership that will have far more positive impacts in our communities and for the Navajo Nation,” said Delegate Nez. “The Navajo Nation is in dire need to generate more revenue as we are going through unprecedented times and Mr. Davis and his company will help […]

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