City of Lincoln
2005 Media Releases
The County-City Building, 555 South 10th Street, is now equipped with free wireless connectivity to the Internet. The public is able to access the Internet with personal laptop computers at most locations on the first floor, including the chamber where the City Council, County Board and Planning Commission meet.
“Citizens who attend meetings in the chamber are able to access the City Web site to follow the proceedings and see exhibits being discussed,” said Doug Thomas, Manager of the City’s Information Services Division. “Visitors to the building also can access their remote e-mail and see other Web sites while they are in the building.” Access also is available in conference rooms 113 and 106, the café area and the corridors.
The system supports two generally accepted wireless protocols (802.11b and 802.11g). For instructions on how to use this service, see the City Web site at lincoln.ne.gov (keyword: wireless).