October 12, 2015

Vermont and Burlington officials need to hear from you! Join important conversations about community access TV, ways to keep the Internet free and open, and who controls our telecommunications needs and infrastructure.

Comcast Public Service Board Hearing

Wednesday, October 21st - 7:00 p.m.
Vermont Interactive Technologies in Williston & throughout the state.
(Visit www.vitlink.org/location for the location nearest you.)

Comcast’s contract to provide cable services to Vermont expires in 2016 and is about to be renewed until 2027. The Vermont Public Service Board wants to know – in person or in writing – what you think about:

  • The community media needs in your city/town now and in the near future.

  • What your local access centers doing to meet those needs. What could be done better?

  • What community media services are missing?

            Mail comments to:

           Susan Hudson, Clerk of the Board
           Vermont Public Service Board
           112 State Street
           Montpelier, VT  05620

Comments via email should be sent to: 
                 psb [dot] clerk [at] vermont [dot] gov

         Subject line: PSB Docket #8301

         Please cc your email to:
         director [at] northwestaccess [dot] tv

Burlington Telecom Public Input Hearings

Thursday, November 18th - 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.  &  
Friday, November 20th - 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Room 12, Burlington City Hall

The clock is ticking. Burlington Telecom is for sale and you can help ensure that the City of Burlington finds the best owner for this precious municipal asset. Don’t miss the opportunity to weigh in on proposed criteria for a future buyer. Now is the time to make your voice heard!

Comments via email can be sent to:

Dawn Monahan dmonahan [at] burlingtontelecom [dot] com
Stephen Barraclough sbarraclough [at] dormanandfawcett [dot] com

Find more information & ways to take action. www.cctv.org/news/speak-out