Cook said guaranteed space inside the Shaw Building when it morphs into the Milledgeville-Baldwin County Communiversity could fill the void.
Bringing the next version straight to the southside might turn out better anyway.
Over the years, staff noticed a visible Milledgeville technology gap.
A large group has never integrated a computer into their daily lives.
Cooks said the community is “more than willing to embrace technology” but needs someone “to guide them and weed through all the confusion.”
Milledgeville won’t necessarily see Digital Bridges go away.
“I and the rest of the employees intend to continue serving the community. It gave us the opportunity to fall in love with this place,” Cook said. “It let us know how we may be able to help as the next generation coming up in reimagining the future of this town. Digital Bridges will live on. Just not in the same place.”
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