Chillicothe Council moved money for county bus service, and will have to re-think TV coverage.
Nancy Ames saw regular funding passed for the popular local rural bus service, the "RossGo" program. Job & Family Services supplied the $325,000 in this installment. Since the transit department's fiscal year doesn't match the city's, this was only a partial funding for the year.
hear Nancy Ames on funding popular local rural bus service, RossGo
Council just heard about a potential loss of television coverage of council sessions. Time Warner will not give the free television production after June 25th.
The other local cable service, Horizon, produces the audio portion. Council president Alan Davis says council will be considering their options.
hear Council President Alan Davis on potential loss of television coverage of council sessions
Kevin Coleman regularly reports on Chillicothe & Circleville councils