The City must provide a universal fully publicly-owned broadband network that would
include: Free citywide public broadband for all residents and resident-owned businesses,
fiber optic connections to every home and business, and accessibility to all wireless
The City must ensure privacy and security and the public broadband network must
provide full anonymity to all users with no data mining, no government monitoring and
no provider authentication, access, location or other logging.
The City must provide broadcast exposure on all media platforms for all candidate
statements, forums and debates.
The City must subsidize internet access devices to ensure that all people regardless of
income can fully utilize the public broadband network.
The City must promote open government. Any public meeting, including advisory
committees, must have their meetings broadcast on all public communications platforms.
All public meetings must be live broadcast and recorded in accessible video, audio and
verbatim text and archived for public access and search.
Sufficient channels must be provided for broadcast over the internet and all private paid
communications networks for public consumption.
All meetings that include anyone paid with tax dollars to discuss public policy must be
announced on a public website and in print on request.
Public records in all forms, including all notes on meetings, must be made accessible to
the public free of charge in searchable text, audio and visual formats.