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Help wanted

City’s cable board in need of assistance

April 2, 2013

If you have some free time and an interest in television there is a place for you with Dunkirk’s Local Access 12 station....

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Carlaw

Apr-02-13 5:34 AM

We need a good local news channel. Just short news stories of local interest with no spin. We also need a way to get the people of the county interested in local government. This would be a great public service.

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DKexpat

Apr-02-13 8:30 AM

Why not get the college involved? There's probably any number of students who'd volunteer?

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Santora

Apr-02-13 6:06 PM

@DKexpat if you search articles written in the past on this subject, you'll find that they already tried asking for help from the TV Communications Departartment w/o any success. Also working somewhat with the high school. I'm with you though it would seem that those studying the field certainly would be interested but guess not. Also read the husband of the City's Councilwoman-At-Large is strongly involved in that department....and you would think there would be some strong involvement but I guess its another teacher floating until tenure.

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Chdwkwrtr

Apr-02-13 10:18 PM

Perhaps the Cable TV Advisory Board would do well to find out why there are so few people who have the desire to work with Dunkirk's Public Access station. Other communities with fewer citizens do not seem to have as many problems finding volunteers. Could it possibly be the way that Dunkirk's Public Access station is managed that turns people off?

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rumblefish

Apr-04-13 2:07 PM

this may be a blessing, maybe it will promote more people to attend public meetings to see first hand what a mess is being made in the daily running of this city really is

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TheFuture

Apr-04-13 11:06 PM

Wait, they earn over $120,000 and only get to spend $22,000 of it, yet the city wants to eliminate their program altogether? What the...?

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