After missing from cable television for the past year, the Geneva City Council is coming back into your living room.
The city included $15,000 in it budget this year to pay for taping the regular monthly meeting on the first Wednesday of each month. The meetings are recorded and then shown on Time Warner Channel 12 on Sunday nights starting at 6pm. Each meeting is shown four times a month.
4th Ward City Councilor Ken Camera talks to Geneva residents near one of the cameras used to record the city council meetings. Photo by Greg Cotterill, Finger Lakes News Radio.
Finger Lakes Television Cable Channel 12 (FLTV) is the public access channel of the Finger Lakes area, serving Ontario, Wayne, Seneca and Yates counties. The channel is part of the Finger Lakes Time Warner cable system and is defined by the state Public Service Commission as a "PEG" channel, offering programs that are generated by the public, educational organizations or government entities.