A Comprehensive New Conference on

Challenges, Opportunities, and Effective Solutions

July 10 & 11, 2003
Baltimore, Maryland
The Pier 5 Hotel, Inner Harbor

A B O U T      T H E     C O N F E R E N C E

“Many local communities have recognized that broadband communications systems may prove critical to economic development and to delivery of important governmental and educational services. The broadband challenge currently is to make higher-capacity connections available on a more pervasive and affordable basis—and many communities are now considering whether that can or should be done without relying on the private sector to carry the ball on its own.
Local officials who want to position their communities for future economic growth must find the best way to extend high-speed connectivity to residences, small businesses, community organizations, and the smaller offices of larger organizations. Which of the many technical, financial and legal options is best for your community?
This comprehensive conference is an opportunity to explore that question with a group of national experts and community leaders who have been on the cutting edge of municipal broadband projects. We hope you will join us for a very interesting discussion of this vital topic for local governments.”

Program Co-Chairs: Jim Baller, Esq. and Nicholas P. Miller, Esq.

Credits: VA CLE Pending; PA CLE Pending; GA 13.25 CLE; CA 13.5 MCLE; WA 14.25 CLE.

Who Should Attend? Attorneys, government officials, industry representatives and land use professionals.

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