OMU is about ready to start building the infrastructure of its Internet home delivery product in a pilot area. It starts in the Town and Country neighborhood off Tamarack. OMU already has a commercial fiber-optic system and plans to build on to it to deliver to homes as well. OMU officials say the project is expected to pay for itself without subsidies from electricity revenues. But they stress this is a pilot project. The cost of the service starts at around 600 bucks a year plus taxes and fees for the lowest speed.