On Wednesday, November 2, 2005 at 10:00 A.M. in the Chicago City Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall (121 North LaSalle Street) the Joint Committee composed of the Committee on Economic Capital and Technology Development and the Committee on Finance will hold their fourth and final public hearing regarding the possible construction of a citywide wireless network.
You are invited to attend and provide testimony if you wish. If you wish to provide testimony please reply to this email (email: WARD39@cityofchicago.org) and include your contact information. This is a public hearing and anyone may fill out a witness slip, however due to time constraints preference is given to those who reply in advance of the hearing. As we have at the previous three hearings, we will distribute and collect survey forms. If you know interested parties who cannot attend the hearing please encourage them to fill out and return a survey.
At this time Chairman Laurino, Chairman Burke and the Task Force members would like to thank all who have participated in this process to this point. Your insight and testimony have been well received and very helpful as we move forward with this project.
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