Take a few minutes to answer these questions from Sen. Bill Doyle, (R/Washington) on the future of Vermont today. Tune in on Tuesday, March 4 at 7 for Channel 17/Town Meeting TV's Live Election results program. Watch on TV or Watch Live Online!
Hopefully, by now you’ve heard of the historic decision by the FCC to reclassify the Internet as a “common carrier”-- requiring Internet Service Providers (ISP) to offer service to the public and their competitors as if they were a utility. Our friends in the public interest community call the ruling a triumph of the “public interest over big money”. Others see it as “Obamacare for the Internet”.
So many forums for this year 2015 Town Meeting. Find the one you want to watch in this organized list.
A live forum on Channel 17 Town Meeting TV, Thursday, January 29th, 6:30 to 8 PM will be presented by the Champlain Valley League of Women Voters. Panelists will include David Mears, Commissioner Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation; Chittenden County Senators Tim Ashe and Diane Snelling, and Lori Fisher, Executive Director, Lake Champlain Committee.
You are invited to join the live audience at the Channel 17 studio. If you cannot joins us in the studio, you can watch on Channel 17 or watch on-line at www.cctv.org/live_events . Phone in questions to the panel at 802-862-3966. Channel 17 is at 294 North Winooski Avenue, Burlington, VT, and the studio is on the second floor.
Get in touch with Vermont Legislators each Monday at 11 a.m. during the Vermont Legislative Session. Starting on Monday, January 26th Common Good Vermont and Channel 17/ Town Meeting TV join forces to bring you Under the Dome – a live call-in show. You can watch the live webcast from your desk or mobile device and call in with questions at 802.862.3966
The City Council is scheduled to finalize the “sale-leaseback” of Burlington Telecom to Bluewater Holdings. This agreement was approved by the Vermont Public Service Board in late October. The sale of BT to Bluewater Holdings enables Burlington to generate $6 million of the $10 million settlement agreement reached with Citibank to resolve the City's $33 million loan default of 2009.
Gather with your candidates and neighbors in this face paced small group setting to find out who wants to go to Montpelier and why. This is a live community event. Channel 17 will record it and air it at a later date.