Seattle Mayor Ed Murray dropped by the Citizens Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board (CTTAB) meeting last week to discuss the City’s efforts on broadband, digital equity and low-income Internet programs, e-government services and privacy. The thirty community members in attendance had a chance to ask him about the challenges of balancing openness with privacy, the link between digital inclusion efforts and workforce training and education, and the upcoming Hack the Commute hackathon that the City is sponsoring. More notes about the meeting will be posted later. An audio recording of the meeting is available (Part 1 with the Mayor, and Part 2). The CTTAB also adopted position statements on low-income Internet programs, on the elimination of cable franchise districts, and to support the City’s Privacy Principles.