March 13, 2018 Meeting – Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
Topics covered included: Delia Burke on 2018 Digital Equity Technology Matching Fund grants; Danielle Friedman, Department of Neighborhoods, on Seattle Community Involvement Commission; Tony Perez, on Competitive Broadband for Multiple Dwelling Units; Amie Thao, Seattle Innovation and Performance Team, on the City Affordability Portal; updates from the Cybersecurity and Privacy, Digital Inclusion, and Smart Cities and Community Innovation committees.
This meeting was held: March 13, 2018; 6:00-8:00 p.m., Seattle Municipal Tower, 700 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2750
A meeting recording is available on the CTAB member Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Seatechboard/
Meeting related links:
- Technology Matching Fund Grant Program: http://www.seattle.gov/tech/initiatives/digital-equity/technology-matching-fund
- Community Involvement Commission: http://www.seattle.gov/neighborhoods/community-involvement-commission
- Community Resource Hub: http://www.seattle.gov/resourcehub
- City Affordability Portal: http://www.seattle.gov/affordable
Attending: 30 people
Board Members: Heather Lewis, Mark De Loura, Jose Vasquez, Torgie Madison via Skype, Karia Wong, Steven Maheshwary. John Krull
Public: Ann Summy, Adam Owen (Century Link), Carmen Arceo (Century Link), Dorene Cornwell, Scott Wang, Tyrone Grandison, Greta Knappenberger, Michael Augustin, Lloyd Douglas, Michael Constantine, Helmuth Woermann, Alison Borngesser, Marisol Lopez, Shaila Bolger, Kaitlin Ramirez, Rebecca Rocha (Oculus)
City Staff: Seattle IT: Chance Hunt, Jim Loter, Tony Perez, Alice Lawson, Delia Burke, David Keyes, Cass Magnuski. City Budget Office: Amie Thao, Department of Neighborhoods: Danielle Friedman.
See below for transcription and meeting materials.
Tony Perez’ presentation on increasing competitive high speed broadband in multiple dwelling units (inc. apartments, condos and townhouses.)
Amy Thao presentation on proposed City affordability portal.