Next week, May 8-13, is National Digital Inclusion Week.
As part of this national event, Cleveland City Council has scheduled a special committee hearing on “where Cleveland stands relative to the country in terms of digital inclusion, and what efforts can be taken to empower under-connected communities through increased internet access and usage.”
The hearing is set for next Wednesday, May 10, from 10 am to noon in the Council Committee Room on the second floor of Cleveland City Hall.
This hearing will be the City’s first official public inquiry into Cleveland’s dismal standing as one of the nation’s worst-connected cities, and the many creative initiatives by our city’s institutions and community organizations to address the situation.
For more information — especially if you’re in Cleveland want to testify or help fill the hearing room — please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.