How is this a not-for-profit utility?

The City of Tuttle is never going to “make money” by offering this public utility to its residents. While the City of Tuttle operates the fiber internet system, it does not “own” the system. The service has been competitively priced, and any income that is made through billing will be reinvested directly back into the system for improved service, maintenance, upgrades, etc.

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1. Who owns Tuttle Fiber?
2. How is this a not-for-profit utility?
3. Will this be Internet and television?
4. Does the Tuttle Fiber technician need access to the inside of my house?
5. Will the cable be buried?
6. Can I change my plan once I start the service?
7. Where can I find the cost?
8. Do I have to buy my own modem/router?
9. Why is there an installation charge?
10. When will my billing start?
11. What if I want to keep my current provider?
12. Will I get to choose where the service enters my home?
13. Can I move the locator flags to mow?
14. What speeds should I expect to see with this service?