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May 2007: Supervisor Knabe Turns Office Website Into Catalina Info Outlet; Photojournalist Lejins Captures Evacuees' Plight

May 2006: Charter Cable's Televised Foster vs. Colonna Mayoral Forum Now Posted On-Demand 24/7 Via Host Art Levine's StraightTalk Website

March 2006: "Save LB City Skyline" Schedules Cutting-Edge Mayoral/Council Candidate Town Hall...To Be Amplified By Planned Webcast

Dec. 2005: NORAD's Internet Santa Tracker Draws Visitors

July 2005: A "Smashing Success!" Comet "Deep Impact" Mission Accomplished; See Photos; Coverage Is Webcast Worldwide

March 2005: Councilman Colonna Seeks Report On Benefits Of Expanding LB Wireless Internet Citywide

March 2005: Locally-Based High Tech Firm Using Internet To Promote Local Businesses

March 2005: Internet Now Key Force In American Politics, Pew Survey Finds

Nov. 2004: Internet Is Future of News, AP Chief Declares

Mar. 2004: Nearly 75% of Americans Can Now Access Internet From Home, Survey Firm Says

Feb. 2004: Senator Feinstein Urges Two-Year, Not Permanent, Moratorium On Internet Access Taxes; Would Let Cities & Counties Tax Internet Phone Calls & Other Telecommunications Services

Feb. 2004: Cutting Edge Nat'l Internet Issue Comes to LB: Vice Mayor Colonna Urges Clarified Stance On Legislation Re Taxing Internet Transactions:

  • Colonna Opposes Sales/Use Taxes On Web Transactions, Urges Preserving City's Right To Keep Receiving Revenue From Current Utility Taxes
  • Colonna & Baker Agree To Refer Issue To Joint Meeting of Their Fed'l & State Legislation Committees For Further Proceedings

    Dec. 2003: Cerritos To Get Wireless High Speed Internet Access Across Entire City

    Jan. 2003:

  • LB Becomes One Of Only A Few U.S. Cities -- And First City West of the Rockies -- To Offer Free Wireless Internet Access In Certain Areas: Downtown Is First, LB Airport Likely Next
  • Community Dev'ment Director Fallon Says If It's Popular With Visitors & Business Community, City Hall May Make It Available For LB Residents Citywide
  • Nov. 2002 Memo to Mayor & Council From Fallon Stresses Convenience For Business Travelers & Convention Visitors, Lists Benefits for LB; We Post Extended Excerpts of Her Memo

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