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Special Edition of Tri-Valley TV Mayors Report

The special one-hour edition was taped at the U.S. Army Camp Parks in Dublin and is airing now.

A special edition of “Tri-Valley TV Mayor’s Report” on location at Camp Parks on TV30.  (l to r) TV30 moderator Tom Morrison, Dublin Mayor Tim Sbranti, Livermore Mayor John Marchand, and Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne. Photo provided by Tri-Valley TV
A special edition of “Tri-Valley TV Mayor’s Report” on location at Camp Parks on TV30. (l to r) TV30 moderator Tom Morrison, Dublin Mayor Tim Sbranti, Livermore Mayor John Marchand, and Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne. Photo provided by Tri-Valley TV
Submitted by Tri-Valley TV—

A special one-hour edition of “Mayors Report” taped on location at U.S. Army Camp Parks in Dublin, is currently airing on Tri-Valley TV30. Mayors from the cities of Dublin, Livermore, and Pleasanton discuss topical issues relating their cities and the Tri-Valley.  The show may be viewed on Comcast TV Channel 30 and AT&T U-verse via Channel 99 as well as streaming live on the TV30 website at www.tv30.org.

"It was a pleasure and an honor to support TV30's "Mayors Report" here at Camp Parks,” said Dan Gannod, Public Affairs Office, U.S. Army Camp Parks. “It was an interesting mix of talk show and CSPAN where we were privy to the future events and plans of the three cities.”

Appearing on “Mayors Report” are Dublin Mayor Tim Sbranti, Livermore Mayor John Marchand, and Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne, with TV30 moderator Tom Morrison. Among the topics discussed include Zone 7 Water Agency drought conditions, conservation measures, hunger and social services in the Tri-Valley.

For complete schedule of air dates and times, visit the Tri-Valley TV website www.tv30.org.  In addition, “Mayors Report” may be viewed via Video on Demand on the website. 

 

 

Paisley February 13, 2014 at 05:47 PM
You don't suppose they talked about this? I think people in the city might want to know that things are dire enough they had to hire a consultant. New Livermore theater consultant: 'The time is now to help the Bankhead' "LIVERMORE -- It's no secret the Bankhead Theater, the jewel of the city's revamped downtown, faces an uphill climb with finances, but theater consultant David Hyslop believes the show will go on. Facing eroding reserves and crippling debt, the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center has hired Hyslop to help create a long-term revenue plan for the Bankhead." "Hyslop is cautiously optimistic the arts center can avoid defaulting on a $22.5 million debt for the theater, but others, including the center's founding executive director, financial director, and some resident theater groups, see it as more dire." Autumn - why don't you just Google Livermore news, and copy the stuff those people have already written? I swear - it isn't hard to see why most of patch Editors got laid off. At least if they default, they will get rid of all of that Solyndra debt. It's funny - I can't find an article anywhere how much that system cost. Or even how much it actually saved the city.
Desert Rat February 13, 2014 at 09:23 PM
I'm still waiting for something worth seeing to come to the theater that would prompt me to open my wallet for a ticket. The two times I have been there have been for presentations for my boys so they can get extra credit in school. Is the theater shying away from performances geared towards the younger crowd for fear of problems?
Mr. Pickles February 14, 2014 at 11:32 AM
Maybe a topless burlesque show would bring us in.

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