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Metro Councilman Kramer to host NLC Technology and Communications Committee

Monday October 4, 2010

Louisville Metro Council
Media Advisory
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    
MEDIA CONTACT: STEPHEN HAAG, JR. 
574-1204 / 645-1752
DATE:   SEPTEMBER 30, 2010

Louisville, KY;  Metro Councilman Kevin Kramer (District 11) will host elected officials from throughout the United States as the National League of City’s Information Technology and Communications Committee travels to Louisville for their annual fall  meeting. The meetings start Thursday, September 30 and will conclude on October 2, 2010. Representatives from 15 cities will participate in the meetings, which will take place at the JAVS Lab at the University of Louisville’s Business College.

“This should be an exciting meeting. With the help of the University of Louisville, the ITC committee will hold its first virtual meeting via video conference. This meeting serves as a great opportunity to showcase Louisville and find new ways to improve local government.”
- Kevin Kramer, Metro Councilman and Chairman of the NLC Technology and Communications Committee

“We're very proud to be the host site for the National League of Cities' first teleconference.  This participation allows us to showcase the capabilities and resources we're bringing to the community, as well as the innovative partnership we've created with JAVS (Jefferson Audio Video Systems).  We're committed to creating the most-advanced learning environments possible for our students and expanding our support to corporate and community organizations.”
- Tom Peterson, Executive-in-Residence, University of Louisville College of Business
 
During the meetings, participants will be briefed on data privacy and cyber security. In addition to receiving briefings by NLC Staff, participants will also take part in multiple presentations via a virtual on-line connection. For more information on the NCL Information and Communications Committee please visit www.nlc.org or contact the Office of Councilman Kevin Kramer at 574-1111. 

Sponsor:
Kevin Kramer (R) 11