Update 11:51 a.m.: Thursday kicked off a Google Fiber six-week rally during which residents of Kansas City, Kan. and central Kansas City, Mo., can demonstrate their desire to bring the service to their neighborhoods, or "fiberhoods," as Google has named them.
Google Fiber's website revealed Wednesday that the project will launch in Kansas City on July 26. The short message also says that there will be an announcement on the 26th, and interested parties can sign up here to receive it via email.
Updated June 27, 2012 12:00pm: Google has rejected Connecting for Good's wifi plan for Rosedale, according to Michael Liimatta. He was told the idea is "not in their current licensing agreements." Liimatta says he's still moving forward with the plan for an e-community center.
Google has promised Kansas City speed-of-light internet. The potential for residents, businesses, schools and hospitals, we've been told, is enormous.