Council Votes To Give Public Access Tv Channels To A New Company

Carolyn Carlson
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Councilors tackled a long agenda before a full house at their Monday, May 7 meeting. It was standing-room only with more than 100 people signed up to speak about police shootings, public access television and gas station regulation. The Council did not get to a zoning amendment aimed at gas stations [“Fuel to the Fire," May 3-9] or to the Downtown sector plan. Both issues will be taken up at the May 21 meeting.

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The next meeting is set for 5 p.m. on Monday, May 21, in the Council Chambers in the basement of City Hall. You can also view it on GOV TV 16 or at

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