If you require internet service, the following information was taken directly from the Charter Spectrum website:
In the coming weeks, many Americans will be affected either directly or indirectly by COVID-19 and Charter is focused on serving and supporting our 29 million customers. Americans rely on high speed broadband in nearly every aspect of their lives and Charter is committed to ensuring our customers maintain reliable access to the online resources and information they want and need. To ease the strain in this challenging time, beginning Monday, March 16, Charter commits to the following for 60 days:
Charter’s advanced communications network will ensure our more than 29 million customers – including government offices, first responders, health care facilities, and businesses – across 41 states maintain the connectivity they rely on. The network is built to sustain maximum capacity during peak usage which is typically in the evenings, so a surge during the day would be well within the network’s capabilities to manage. Charter will continue to closely monitor this dynamic situation, and is well-prepared to continue delivering reliable connectivity. Charter has extensive business and workforce continuity plans in place that will be adjusted as needed to best serve all our customers and employees.
Laughing Planet Cafe is open for takeout, and will provide student lunches for free. They have this to say: We don’t take this lightly! School closures might sound like a dream to some kids, but it throws a wrench in the system for kids participating in Meal Assistance Programs. From now until further notice, all Laughing Planet locations will be providing a free kids meal to kids who qualify for MAP. Tag a friend, tag a teacher, tag a classmate, please help us get the word out!
Midtown Eats has the following to say:
If you have children who depend on school lunches, we are offering free kids meals at the restaurant through April 6th between 11 and 4. . Call us at 775-324-3287 if you have any questions.