I've been nagging Valdosta for years about putting some of their
cable TV station content on the web.
Turns out they are already doing some of that,
which is a step towards acting like a modern metropolitan area.
Received Wednesday via Tim Carroll;
I added the links and the [clarification].
From: Sementha Mathews
Sent: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 11:48 AM
To: Tim Carroll
Subject: RE: "The rest of the story"
Thank you for the recent phone call. As a result, I will research
the Austin, Tx media practices to see if they can be implemented in
any way here at Metro 17. We used to include a council wrap segment
in each show, and I'll ask
Shemeeka [Johnson, Valdosta Channel 17 Media Coordinator]
why we took that out. But we
can easily add that back in.
The city of Valdosta wants your input on energy efficiency.
According to a press release from Sementha Mathews on 14 April 2011:
Valdosta Develops Strategy for Continued Energy Conservation
The final activity that is underway is the completion of an Energy
Efficiency and Conservation Strategy (EECS) to help Valdosta effectively
manage its use of energy resources. As part of this effort, the community’s
help is being requested to develop the best strategy possible for the city.
The EECS will take the form of a report to the city, helping us decide what
we want to achieve and then providing a strategy for getting us there. In
particular, the EECS provides guidance for future decisions to make sure our
choices reflect a smart and sustainable energy policy. This includes
potential projects and activities that the city can undertake to improve our
use of energy resources.