Sunday, February 13, 2011

GCA 6th Ward Aldermanic forum on CAN-TV Feb 14 and 18

Greater Chatham Alliance just announced the CAN-TV schedule of the 6th Ward Aldermanic debate, held at Kennedy-King College on January 22nd

here is their press release:
Did you miss attending the 6th Ward Aldermanic Forum sponsored by the Greater Chatham Alliance Community Council?

Well, here's your chance to get a closer glimpse at the platforms and perspectives offered by the candidates running for the 6th Ward Alderman seat.

GCA would like to thank again the following community groups for their participation at the forum: Sustainable Englewood Initiatives, Park Manor Neighbors Community Council, Roseland Heights Community Association and the West Chesterfield Community Association.

CAN-TV channels can only be seen on the COMCAST Cable Network

Unfortunately, satellite companies like DISH Network and DIRECT TV don't carry it.

Program Schedule

Monday, February 14, 10 a.m. on Channel 21

Friday, February 18, 10 a.m. on Channel 19

Be sure to tape the show if you are working during those dates.

And please-- email, or call your friends, neighbors and family members who live throughout the ward and alert them to this schedule.

6th Ward communities include: Chatham, Chesterfield, Englewood (a section), Park Manor, Roseland Heights and West Chesterfield.

Remember Early Voting ends: Thursday, February 17

Election Day is: Tuesday, February 22

An informed community is an educated community.
The press release states that CAN-TV can only be seen on Comcast. Can TV should be on other providers such as RCN, WOW and others. (AT & T may not have it).
Let us know your perspective.

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