The CITT State of the Trade and Transportation Industry Town Hall Meetings are organized in an attempt to foster information exchange that positively contributes to resolution of port-related conflicts. In its infancy, the Town Hall approach was designed to make sure that the rank and file members of the longshore union were included in any debate surrounding port growth. While this is still the goal, the Town Hall has evolved to include a wide array of stakeholders interested in the relationship between the ports and the community.
The Town Hall meetings receive wide recognition in the goods movement industry. The events have received support and financial sponsorship from many entities including the executive directors of the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, International Longshore and Warehouse Union, Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority, and Long Beach City College Office of Economic Resource Development. The events have also received formal endorsement by the board of directors of 21 trade associations.
Town Hall meetings are available via webcast, and videos of the events are also available for purchase. Town Hall videos have been used as an independent informational resource by governmental agencies and industry and community groups. White Papers which summarize the Town Hall discussions and highlight the key topics addressed are free of charge.
TOWN HALL PROCEEDINGS ARE VIDEOTAPED AND AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING AT CITT VIDEO PLAYLIST
More information about Town Hall Meeting 2016 and previous Town Hall Meetings may be found below.
Held March 26, 2003
Carpenter Performing Arts Center, CSULB
6200 Atherton Street, Long Beach, CA 90815
Setting the stage: A pictorial summary of the current situation on freeways, highways, bridges, and marine terminals. This video is available in VHS format for $20.00. For orders and additional information, contact us by e-mail or phone: email@example.com or 562-296-2876
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