The city of Chicago has answered 134 questions submitted by prospective respondents to the Broadband Infrastructure Expansion RFI, whose goal is to get private firms to use the city’s existing wired broadband infrastructure, city-owned facilities and parks to improve wired and wireless broadband service to the city’s residents and businesses. I reviewed the Q&A and found that the city was extremely vague in responding to the questions. Most of the responses were useless. I guess they want to keep all their options open. The city also posted a list of attendees from the Pre-Submittal Conference and as expected, AT&T and Comcast, were in attendance.